photogandy
2 years ago1,000+ Views
Journey to the city.
Jackson Street Bridge in Atlanta, Georgia. If in Atlanta this is a great spot to get a shot of the Atlanta skyline, and walk across the bridge used in a scene of the Walking Dead. If you get there before the lights come on, you can get some great shots of the city as night falls, not to mention light trails.
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@shannonl5 the adapter just lets me use other lenses like Nikon, Canon, Pentax on my sony camera. Like I have a Canon FD 50mm f1.4 lens. Its made for a 35mm fullframe film camera, but when I put that lens on my camera that has a smaller sensor than a full frame camera it becomes about an 80mm f1.4 lens. to answer you question i don't it makes a difference in the image but it does make a difference in the wallet. to get an 80mm f1.4 lens even for my little crop camera would be about 3 to 4 hundred dollars. the adapter allows me to purchase diffrent and interesting lenses which in turn gives me diffrent compistions than say the lens that was made and came with the camera......well I guess that's the difference it makes. more lenses, for me at least....I love prime lenses, equals diffrent looks through the viewfinder which equals more interesting photographs...I think. sorry for all the words
2 years ago·Reply
@photogandy that's such a good tip! (lol don't apologize this is super good to know) I have a Nikon and I love it but the lenses can be pretty expensive so this might be something for me to look into for sure!
2 years ago·Reply
@shannonl5 lol...awsome. I don't know what you shoot be it landscape, portraits, etc. the one trade off might be no auto focus in some cases.
2 years ago·Reply
@photogandy sure. I do mostly people but I'm still starting out so I experiment when I can
2 years ago·Reply
@shannonl5 well if you're an experimentor, then I think you would enjoy a manual lens.
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