Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Versatility Vol. 1

It's been a few long days and I'm finally able to sit down and post my latest work. As stated in my last post I had the weekend to spend with the Canon 35mm F/1.4L USM lens. I must say I am extremely impressed with the way the lens handled the various lighting and situations I put it through. Saturday night I worked wedding anniversary party. The location was fairly dim so the maximum F/1.4 aperture was really useful. Overall the event went really well and I met some cool people in the process. I feel like the different variety and amount of solid photos showcases the potential available. I am splitting up the photos in a three part review. This post consists of random photos and shots from the wedding anniversary. My next post will highlight how this beautiful hunk of metal and glass handled the streets at night.

All Photos in this post taken with the Canon 35mm F/1.4L USM on a Canon T2i body

Corona on cinco
1/2500th, F/1.4, ISO 400

Match cake?
1/320s, F/1.4, ISO 1600

Corn tossing
1/500s, F/5.0, ISO 1600

My cousin's kid. AJ
1/80s, F/1.4, ISO 800

He was watching ninja turtles. Just my style
1/250s, F/1.4, ISO 800
1/60s, F/1.4, ISO 1600

My drink is on the far left. Fireball on the rocks
1/80s, F/1.4, ISO 3200

Pretty lady
1/200s, F/7.1, ISO 400

1/60s, F/1.4, ISO 3200

1/60s, F/1.4, ISO 3200

1/60s, F/2.8, ISO 3200

1/60s, F/1.4, ISO 3200

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