Sacramento Exchange March 14th 2008


Comments? Questions? Send email to Scott Larson.
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1.jpg I'm doing something different this time. I'm taking all the pictures with one lens: the Canon 24-105mm f4.
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2.jpg I figured that with the 5D this would give me something close to the 85mm I got with my 1.3X crop camera and I always shoot swing in f4 to get both partners in focus.
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3.jpg This lens is very sharp wide open (at least on the 5D) and the color and contrast are perfect.
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11.jpg The Image Stabilizer lets me drag the shutter for as long as I want for flash shots like this. This was a 1/10th shutter so the background is fairly bright.
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31.jpg I tried out the IS here. This was ISO 800 f 6.3 1/15. No problem!