I think it’s time for another experiment post. Today I will be photographing a few subjects switching between two canon lenses: f/1.8 50mm, and the f/3.5 75-300mm.
This will be fun 😉 . Firstly, I am going to show the big lens at it’s most common focal lengths at the aperture f/4.5. Then I will use the 50mm at the same aperture. After that I will show a photo of the 50mm using f/1.8.
The second part of the post will be some photos I took recently on both lenses. 🙂
50mm & 75-300mm~ mason jar
Click on any of the images in the thumbnail grid to view my basic camera settings.
This grids images are the 75-300mm lens’s photos at it’s different major focal lengths. 😀
The first image is my 50mm lens’s photo of the mason jar at f/4.5. The second is the 50mm at f/1.8.
50mm & 75-300mm~ zinnia
This is the shots from the 75-300mm (I was wrong about staying at an aperture of 4.0. I actually changed it a little more to maintain proper exposure while zooming in . 😉
Once again the 50mm was set at 4.5 and 1.8. If you click on them you’ll be able to tell which is which.
50mm & 75-300mm~car
Catch Up Photos
important announcement! As of today I am almost out of storage space! I will probably not be posting here for a little while after today. I will explain in another post what this means more fully.