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#2 would rock with more separation, and no front plate.

Thanks Andrew.

I would have loved both of those things, but my buddy didn't want to take his plate off (plus looked bad underneath probably) and I was out of room to scoot back so I was forced to shoot at 80mm on DX. :(

I spent a lot of time playing with these so I think I may have muddled this a bit much but definitely learned some new techniques.
 
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1 and 2 are great, but I would have preferred a lot tighter crop on both. The slightly crooked angle of the third really bugs me though.

Also, I agree with Andrew some more Bokeh would reeeally benefit each shot. (At least that's what I think he meant by "separation")
I love how sharp each shot is!
 
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1 and 2 are great, but I would have preferred a lot tighter crop on both. The slightly crooked angle of the third really bugs me though.

Also, I agree with Andrew some more Bokeh would reeeally benefit each shot. (At least that's what I think he meant by "separation")
I love how sharp each shot is!

Thanks, I think the wider crops would have worked with some more seperation a little better. 3rd shot really bugs me too, but it's my friends (owners) favorite shot.

Again, would have liked more seperation but only so much I can do with small areas and DX. :(
 
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Did you shoot these with the 80-200 2.8? I'm just really diggin' how sharp they are.

But I hear ya on tryin to achieve more Bokeh with limited options...
Why not just straighten the 3rd shot a little? Or does the owner like the fact that it's crooked? Haha
Only issue I could see with that is it would throw off your horizon just a little.
 
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Did you shoot these with the 80-200 2.8? I'm just really diggin' how sharp they are.

But I hear ya on tryin to achieve more Bokeh with limited options...
Why not just straighten the 3rd shot a little? Or does the owner like the fact that it's crooked? Haha
Only issue I could see with that is it would throw off your horizon just a little.

It throws off the horizon more than just a little, and that bugged me way more (tiled buildings). They were just shot for practice and a buddy casually so I don't think he notices or cares. haha.

Definitely shot with 80-200 (first two). Also they went through a bit of post... so sharpness may not be accurately judged. However, it's a very sharp lens and I love it!
 
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Another re-edit:

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