Much better than a pigeon.
i love "summer time" and the absent pigeon.
wow, great picture! I like the central in focus area with periphery out of focus... which lens and aperture did you use?
Thanks guys. I think the composition could have been much better, but as I said: I was going for a pigeon.Diego, did you know that you are exclusively complimenting pictures that I took with the Tamron 28-200mm? Maybe you should get a copy for yourself.The settings are 200mm at f5.6.
Yes, now I remember I already asked you info about this lens for other pictures. I think those are great results for a so-called budget lens! And yes, I'm actually looking for a "travel" lens, but considering that my aps-c sensor is much more sensible to noise at high iso than your full frame, I'm wondering if I should look for a lens with wider aperture (or at least stabilized)... It seems, since I have been taking pictures, the quest for the perfect versatile lens is one of my biggest concerns (lucky me :-))
Yeah, it's a bit limited. But then again small and inexpensive. Let me know when you found the perfect versatile lens. I'm pretty sure you will always have to make compromises.
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