Last edited by Sion; 14th May 2013 at 05:19 PM.
this shot was taken my first Punggol outing with the Mod Ortega, Mod ekin and many other photographers, we all set up our cameras on tripods, framing for the sunrise, suddenly I heard airplane flying, dismount camera and run up a slop, aim and shoot, this is the only one shot I took, and I am the only one shot the plane.
btw, it is not shot with D1, is either D100 or D70 with 18-70mm kit lens
I kept a spreadsheet to record this hobby. I have to say it is expensive if you want to include the photography trips, the xmm shoots, repairs and right down to accessories.
Last edited by ManWearPants; 14th May 2013 at 11:37 PM.
I was at macau (as I went HK for a week just for time lapse ) and saw one, two and then, THREE photographer carrying those BIG lens. At least a 400mm if I am not wrong. So, this thread suits them, haha! Btw, I also upgrade my gears and I really love the bokeh and sharpness of my new toy. So, it's not the $ you spend, it's whether worth for you to save up and get it for the results which you wanted.
Only Sony device mostly, haha!
There's a photo competition, opened till 29-May-13. Dont have to sell ur kidney!
Do PM me if you need the link
Hmm, I'm new and started with canon 550d. Then I realised that no point buying new. Better to buy second hand, confirm lose less money that way. Till date probably spent 2.5k since 2011. Now currently 7D + 15-85 and a 100mm macro non-L.
I have other hobbies also like watches and also aquariums. I think watches by far costs the most and I only have 3. And only one is considered good. Rolly by the way.
buy legacy, better still.
Good lens hard to find
Legendary lenses will appreciate in value
Just ask MWP about his CY Zeiss...