Anonymous asked: Do you read your followers blogs?
Anonymous asked: Which nd filter did you buy exactly? Im looking into buying one.
Anonymous asked: how can I be a brotographer?
Anonymous asked: Wait I'm still confused on how you shot the car. I tested it out today and I was confused on what I should have done.
Anonymous asked: is your car a stick?
Anonymous asked: Did you follow the car with the camera or you just took a snap?
andrewchaang asked: What's a good everyday lens? WIth a fixed aperture like 17-55 F/2.8
Anonymous asked: Hey, how did you take the pictures of the cars moving?
Anonymous asked: Oh* you fancy huh
Anonymous asked: No more 28-75 tamron? or is it not important?
Anonymous asked: What's your photogear?
risshighthoughts asked: Wai u sho kool 4
cmfm asked: Also love your photos. Cheers to doing the 366 project. In doing it myself I can say that sometimes it's just hard to come up with new things to photograph everyday. Wish you the best of luck on it.
cmfm asked: Adding to your bokeh comment there's actually a few things that contribute to buttery bokeh. First would be having a fast wide open aperture like f/1.4. The next would be distance from your subject. The closer you are the shorter the depth of field. After that is distance of your subject to the background. The further the background from your subject more thrown out of focus it is. And the...
Anonymous asked: Okay, just to clarify, if I were to get the FX 50mm f/1.8 or f/1.4 (f/1.4 would be better, right) I would for say, have true 50mm even with the factor of the crop sensor? Thank you for your time and knowledge.
andrewchaang asked: How can I make my photos more bokeheey?!
Anonymous asked: Hey, I'm completely new to buying lenses and am wanting get a 50mm for my Nikon D5000. The biggest part Of buying a lens that confuses me is full format and crop sensor. Since my Nikon is DX format I'd get a DX 50mm or an FX 35mm, right? Maybe you could explain full format and crop sensor better than what I've read. All I'm really wanting know is, does DX go with DX and give...
laxhype asked: do you know anyone that's interested in buying a Tamron 17-35mm f/2.8 lens Nikon mount?
Anonymous asked: Do you happen to watch Digital Rev?
Anonymous asked: What photography related websites do you lurk often?
andrewchaang asked: It was nice seeing you at Wekfest today!!
Anonymous asked: At what f-stop do you usually shoot your 85 at during indoor sporting events?
Anonymous asked: sexual orientation?
Anonymous asked: I should have went to wekfest today just to meet you! I've been wanting to shoot/ talk to you about photography
Anonymous asked: Would you be willing to do photo critiques to help people out? :O
Stay tuned for my Wekfest IV recap!
Who’s going to be at Wekfest tomorrow?
Anonymous asked: The canon 24-70 might be one sale because the mkii is coming out soon. But the one that i would consider to be more of an interesting topic is the tamron 24-70 with vc. Tamron usually offers very affordable, and sharp alternatives over the oem. Would you consider selling your 28-75 tamron, in order to fund this lens if its good and at a reasonable price point?
builtbyian asked: Hey , Just wanna ask for advice. I'm stuck on deciding between the Canon 28mm F1.8 and the sigma 30 F1.4. I can't decide which one should I buy. I was thinking of sticking with canon but the sigma has good reviews. Or should I just wait for the 24-70 L to go on sale? Any advice? Thanks man! :)
Anonymous asked: Is the 85 f1.4 your most used lens? Cream machining, its contagious.
325ci: One quick shot today, taken when I was at SHCP! I enjoyed the lighting of this particular setting (which happened to be around sunset), and decided to go for it! The 85mm f/1.4 always makes for some beautiful out of focus rendition. Enjoy! www.eluisphoto.com
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