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    Default Wave Board Photography

    Hi all, need your advice on this.
    I'm going for a ride this weekend, and planning to take some good shoot. Would like to take some close-up and distance shoots. But no sure what is the ideal len (mm) for this trip. Can anyone advice?

    My equipment:
    Canon 300D, 18-55mm, 28-135mm, 105mm, 420Ex flash

    Thanks in advanced.


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    you will need a 70-200.

    if not..... use your 28-135 x 300D's FLM

    Remember to waterproof your stuff

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    Default Flm

    what's FLM? What's the cheap way to protect my camera against water?
    Thanks.

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    FLM - Focal Length Multiplier
    do a search in the forum for a more detailed explaination. Can use it to your advantage since you are using the 300D

    Cheap way.. use ziplock bags and cut holes for your lens and eyepiece.

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    bro.... use your 28-135....enough liao.... unless u wanna shoot bird... then use longer focal length....

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    Default Too small

    I worry 28-135mm is a bit too short for this. I would prefer to fill the person into the whole frame.

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    but 135 is equal to 210mm @ 300D
    should be ok

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