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Skoshi said:
Mmm.. Red...
Is that what you think of when you see 'L' Glass? I think 'Doh.. $$$...'

Here is a little quality test. All settings were exactly the same. I felt the 18-55 had an advantage because it was at its sharp spot. Here are the results. The lighting varies a little, but settings remained the same.

The Subject:

Canon 18-55 EFs f/3.5-5.6



Canon 24-70 f/2.8L USM


100 Percent Crop

Canon 18-55 EFs f/3.5-5.6



Canon 24-70 f/2.8L USM


Full Size

Canon 18-55 EFs f/3.5-5.6
http://rpm-photography.com/Lens Test Porsche Crest/FullSize1855.jpg

Canon 24-70 f/2.8L USM
http://rpm-photography.com/Lens Test Porsche Crest/FullSize2470.jpg

:)
 

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i really don't like kids...

but smiles like this make it really hard to dislike kids sometimes.
 

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whoster said:
i really don't like kids...

but smiles like this make it really hard to dislike kids sometimes.
agreed. Was that light artificial or natural? I like the picture!

RPM: How did you get access to that logo so quick? Does someone have something sitting in their garage? Yikes, looking at that picture of that nice L glass got all the wrong emotions going (for some reason, L glass seems to do this :x). Greed/lust/jelousy. Oh well, gotta get working to get some more of my own :D

And for the post Xmas, here's a picture froma while back:

 

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lben said:
RPM: How did you get access to that logo so quick? Does someone have something sitting in their garage? Yikes, looking at that picture of that nice L glass got all the wrong emotions going (for some reason, L glass seems to do this :x). Greed/lust/jelousy. Oh well, gotta get working to get some more of my own :D

And for the post Xmas, here's a picture froma while back:
The thing attatched to the Porsche Crest belongs to my father.

I really like that picture of the horse!

Here are some other shots from the 24-70.



 

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Well put :)

The bokeh from the 24-70 is absolutely stunning! The colors are gorgeous! (I really need to pull out a thesaurus, I use that word way to much). Nice work, as always.
 

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AxlxA said:
skoshi, YOUR TREE IS ON FIRE!!!!!

I'LL CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
You should have sent them to me. Our Christmas three was on fire. Good thing I got up to see what was making the crackling sound. :lol:
 

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dang
thats really really tight
i just with there was an incy bit more light on the snow
but
stil
tight
clouds are nice
give it a wipsy atmosphere
 

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my picture had "Artificial" lighting from some stage lights that weren't all that great...


all i can say...custom white balance for the win!!

 
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