New Canon 50mm f/1.4

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  1. onefivenine

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    Just got a 50mm f/1.4 this evening and only had time for a few shots before the sun went down... thought I would share two for now...
    They haven't been photoshopped apart from resizing.
    IMG_0865.jpg, 1/500 F2.0 ISO100
    IMG_0877.jpg, 1/500 F2.5 ISO100

    Any comments welcome as I'm new to all this!

    Cheers
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    quite like the 2nd pic, cool lens isnt it. Every"body" should have one... see what i did there did you? did you see?
     
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    How much did you pay if you don't mind me asking?:thumbsup:
     
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    I'm hoping to get some good people shots with the nifty fifty - and there are plenty of characters in Edinburgh at the moment.
    I've only used 'kit' lenses with a camera before so I can't wait to reap the benefits of the faster prime lens. Have seen some great shots on here and on pbase with it.

    dodger747 - It was £239 + £7.95 delivery at http://www.warehouseexpress.com
    I also got a hood (£19.99) and a hoya pro 58mm UV filter (£33.10) so total was £300.04
     
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    I had to try a depth of field shot.
    Tv 1/50 Av 1.4 ISO800
    I'm impressed at the shutter speed you can get get with this lens... oh yes!!!
     

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