-=OFFICIAL=- EDMW PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB - - - Part 14

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too elite already :(
the 40 STM though at 2x the price, i feel that it's worthy to buy...

-sharp at wide open with no signs of softness which is inherent to the 50/f1.8
-STM although not fast, is still quieter than the micro motor of the 50/f1.8
-STM motor does not over-commit/under-commit when focusing, unlike the 50/f1.8
-40 STM has better build and is smaller
 

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the 40 STM though at 2x the price, i feel that it's worthy to buy...

-sharp at wide open with no signs of softness which is inherent to the 50/f1.8
-STM although not fast, is still quieter than the micro motor of the 50/f1.8
-STM motor does not over-commit/under-commit when focusing, unlike the 50/f1.8
-40 STM has better build and is smaller
I really like mine when I had it...
 

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the 40 STM though at 2x the price, i feel that it's worthy to buy...

-sharp at wide open with no signs of softness which is inherent to the 50/f1.8
-STM although not fast, is still quieter than the micro motor of the 50/f1.8
-STM motor does not over-commit/under-commit when focusing, unlike the 50/f1.8
-40 STM has better build and is smaller

don't spread poison to me again :(

just looked at the review, pretty impressive and cute pancake lens :s22:
 

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Hi bros, recently I purchased for myself a Nikon dslr. It has been a few months since then and I still use the auto mode.... Would like to get some advice from you guys on the most affordable method in accomplishing the machine! And not be like a cavemen with a matchbox

Videos online are mostly unreliable or Im not looking properly and classes and lessons that I have enquired on are crazily expensive


Any tips would be godsend
Tyty
 

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Hi bros, recently I purchased for myself a Nikon dslr. It has been a few months since then and I still use the auto mode.... Would like to get some advice from you guys on the most affordable method in accomplishing the machine! And not be like a cavemen with a matchbox

Videos online are mostly unreliable or Im not looking properly and classes and lessons that I have enquired on are crazily expensive


Any tips would be godsend
Tyty
afaik, nobody here goes for classes, all self learners...

what do you prefer to shoot?
 

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Hi bros, recently I purchased for myself a Nikon dslr. It has been a few months since then and I still use the auto mode.... Would like to get some advice from you guys on the most affordable method in accomplishing the machine! And not be like a cavemen with a matchbox

Videos online are mostly unreliable or Im not looking properly and classes and lessons that I have enquired on are crazily expensive


Any tips would be godsend
Tyty

I went from Auto (for a short while) -> Professional Mode (for one/two month +/-) -> Aperture/Manual.



Anyway why aren't online videos reliable? :crazy:
 

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afaik, nobody here goes for classes, all self learners...

what do you prefer to shoot?

moi go for class before. :s12:







ok la it was just eavesdropping on the group of people behind me :crazy:
 

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Shake and bake method :/ give u preview then ask u buy their book etc and I'm very Interested in scenery shots
 

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Sickma donch like sony......:(:(
Untill now not able to get my hands on the 35 arts

Blame it on sony. They waiting for new alpha release then cum out mount for sony since sony now ish focus on bo mirror camera.
 

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Shake and bake method :/ give u preview then ask u buy their book etc and I'm very Interested in scenery shots
you sure you looking at the right videos???

there are tons and tons of informative videos on youtube, dun go for those commercial ones la...
 

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Hi bros, recently I purchased for myself a Nikon dslr. It has been a few months since then and I still use the auto mode.... Would like to get some advice from you guys on the most affordable method in accomplishing the machine! And not be like a cavemen with a matchbox

Videos online are mostly unreliable or Im not looking properly and classes and lessons that I have enquired on are crazily expensive


Any tips would be godsend
Tyty
Shoot more, compare your peeks with technigod's, find means and ways to achieve and stun your viewers.

Try doing it with singapore cbd skyline along esplanade or benjamin sheares (no more liao I think, with MCE opening). A lot of people shot there, think of ways to make it different.

Technigod has many nice landscapes/scenery.
 

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I tried I honestly did but maybe I need a good slap! Can't seem to find any good ones
 

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I went from Auto (for a short while) -> Professional Mode (for one/two month +/-) -> Aperture/Manual.



Anyway why aren't online videos reliable? :crazy:

Went through the same phase, except my rectangular green box was longer.. :s22::s34:
 
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