We were just clowning around, Rod. There is no disputing that a wide angle from close distance will introduce perspective distortion. The only question is, can the photographer use the distortion creatively to enhance their compositions. Nute and Phillip can.Well, I thought several people were disagreeing with him.
Frank, or you can do what I did... I accidentally tried a Canon with some good glasses and now I am hooked... :wink:she does have smooth skin huh.....
I don't know what I am waiting for
D200 for $999
D300 down to $1579
I'm sure the D90 will be announced with the D300 sensor, for $1100, as soon as I buy the D300
I have analysis paralysis
so right now I'm chillin with my D50
Haha Frank..just get the Sig and call it a day :biggrin:You guys are killing me :Teeth:.
I'm gonna strap the 35 Nikkor to my d200, set it wide open, and see if I can recover my pride of ownership. Watch out, boyz. The last time I used it casually, I got this... and it was at f/2, just like Nute's last sample :tongue:.