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    do u take more of landscape photos or portrait?...not taking scenery and group photo into consideration...more of take photos for events and snap shots..

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    What does it matter? You use whatever is appropriate.
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    this question is abit personal. Personally i take alot of landscape because my lens cannot make it for portrait. Still waiting for nikon afs f/1.8 lens!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ITphobia View Post
    this question is abit personal. Personally i take alot of landscape because my lens cannot make it for portrait. Still waiting for nikon afs f/1.8 lens!
    wad do u meant by cannot make it?...

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    used to take landscapes, nowadays more portraits

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    not too sure..coz sometime i use potrait to cut off unnecessary details to emphasize more on details i want...but on the other hand...it tend to lose out alot of "details" compared to landscape...

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    lancscape and portrait i take
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    Default Re: landscape and portrait

    Quote Originally Posted by alvinkm View Post
    wad do u meant by cannot make it?...
    The kit lens i've got don't really give a nice good blur background when taking portrait, if you wan to take a better portrait photo, is always recommanded to get a low f stop lens like f/1.4 or f/1.8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ITphobia View Post
    The kit lens i've got don't really give a nice good blur background when taking portrait, if you wan to take a better portrait photo, is always recommanded to get a low f stop lens like f/1.4 or f/1.8.
    I think the TS is not referring to landscape photography vs. portrait photography, but rather the format of the picture. In other words, is it "wide" or "high".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    I think the TS is not referring to landscape photography vs. portrait photography, but rather the format of the picture. In other words, is it "wide" or "high".
    oic~~ I shot both landscape and portrait, but landscape more...

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