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Hello guys...i'm a newbie and would like to learn more from you guys.thank you ;)
 

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Hi adrenalize!
Welcome to CS!
Care to share your current set-up?

Marie
 

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I'm using a canon 450D and a kit lens which is 55-250mm, 18-55mm and a 50mm f1.8 lens...for my external flash.i am using a sunpak RD2000 and a tripod slik 340DX
which i recently bought. any suggestion for a lens, i like to shoot my kids and a landscape as well. thank you:D
 

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Octarine

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Put your kids in front of a landscape and use your kit lens :) Seriously, if you cannot give more than one reason (and they shall not be "itchy fingers" or "nice to have") then you don't need any other lens.
 

marieloves-

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Ah there we go, the standard kit!
I like that set-up!
It covers quite a big range at a good price!

Marie
 

jlkk76

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I'm using a canon 450D and a kit lens which is 55-250mm, 18-55mm and a 50mm f1.8 lens...for my external flash.i am using a sunpak RD2000 and a tripod slik 340DX
which i recently bought. any suggestion for a lens, i like to shoot my kids and a landscape as well. thank you:D
hi fellow 450D user, welcome to CS! ;)

do join us at the 450D thread in kopitam for TCSS..
 

zac08

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I'm using a canon 450D and a kit lens which is 55-250mm, 18-55mm and a 50mm f1.8 lens...for my external flash.i am using a sunpak RD2000 and a tripod slik 340DX
which i recently bought. any suggestion for a lens, i like to shoot my kids and a landscape as well. thank you:D
Welcome.... your current crop of lenses would be fine actually... just practise more and you'll do better,
 

zac08

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Guys, I am a newbie here as well. Just a frdly waring, do be careful on what you are asking, there is rude member here who bully peo ard for nothing.

Read my thread:
http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=504859
Pls leave the arguements to your own thread. And READ up... the answers to most of the questions are already in the forum.
 

Rashkae

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Guys, I am a newbie here as well. Just a frdly waring, do be careful on what you are asking, there is rude member here who bully peo ard for nothing.
I simply hope that other newbies do not follow in your footsteps and start calling people names and accusing them of being terrorists.
 

Octarine

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Guys, I am a newbie here as well. Just a frdly waring, do be careful on what you are asking, there is rude member here who bully peo ard for nothing.

Read my thread:
http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=504859
Yep, one should read it fully. No need for you to portrait yourself here as victim, the thread shows the opposite. The other thing to ponder about: just because you perceive something as rude doesn't mean the other party has been.
Back to topic please.
 

MarkNKL

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I'm using a canon 450D and a kit lens which is 55-250mm, 18-55mm and a 50mm f1.8 lens...for my external flash.i am using a sunpak RD2000 and a tripod slik 340DX
which i recently bought. any suggestion for a lens, i like to shoot my kids and a landscape as well. thank you:D
Welcome welcome.

Landscape should be fine for you... as for kids, bump up the iso as high as possible without getting too much noise. This gives you a faster shutter speed, might also want to use the lowest f/stop value possible, for narrower depth of field.

Load your shots up to flickr, post them in comment groups and in the CS critiques corner as well.

Lastly, learn the mantra of Shoot, Review, Reshoot :D
 

luna_sea83

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Looks like you have the sufficient lenses to get you started on what you wish to take, just practice more :)
 

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