enough with the rule of thirds, i know it, I just felt that some of these shots would be better centred. My grandpa's friend and neighbour at our cottage is a pro photographer he told me that rule of thirds isn't something you should rely on, just use it when it applies. I find that i like rule of thirds for skate and ski shots, and some other shots, but for some shots it doesn't work. Again I will work on composure for different shots and find what works and what doesn't.
So I got an old 24mm F2.8 from my grandpa, its sick and works perfectly, as well as a polarizer/polarized filter. He also had two converter lenses, a tele and a wide angle, from an old P&S. The tele is alright but you get a slight vignette effect on the corners. The wide angle seems like it will be good till i can get an actual wide angle lens. Anyone have any experience with converters on SLR's? I'm getting a bunch of money from my job this summer so I might look into getting a 70-200 F4. or another good long focal length lens.
no olympic rail jam!?! WTF - Static
We need NS condoms with T-wall's face on them. - Sammy_G
I love how NS is so homophobic, yet manages to have a 60+ page fashion show. - Ben.