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Haha, I wish. Things were a lot less complicated then.
hahah I bet. Life couldn't be sweeter.


On topic, my camera hasn't been outside of my house since I moved to College.. I thought i'd be out allll the time. I think its because the 50 is to tight.
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hahah I bet. Life couldn't be sweeter.


On topic, my camera hasn't been outside of my house since I moved to College.. I thought i'd be out allll the time. I think its because the 50 is to tight.
*Cough* 30mm



But same situation with me too. I find I'm much too busy to take photos now.
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I find that it's that really dull bit of the year between autumn (fall) and winter. Here it basically just rains and is foggy every day.
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I find that it's that really dull bit of the year between autumn (fall) and winter. Here it basically just rains and is foggy every day.
It sucks. Most leaves have fallen off the trees but there's been no photo ops because it's rained pretty much constantly for the last few weeks
    
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I find that it's that really dull bit of the year between autumn (fall) and winter. Here it basically just rains and is foggy every day.
Good weather for shooting.
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*Cough* 30mm



But same situation with me too. I find I'm much too busy to take photos now.
I really did like the Nikon 35 1.8 but I'm still finding the desire to go super wide angle. Like >10mm
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Hey guys,

I just found my unused Manfrotto 190xprob tripod in my closet, and it got me thinking I should try to get back into photography. I never bought a head for the tripod. What do you guys recommend? I have a d80 with the 18-55mm kit lens.
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Hey guys,

I just found my unused Manfrotto 190xprob tripod in my closet, and it got me thinking I should try to get back into photography. I never bought a head for the tripod. What do you guys recommend? I have a d80 with the 18-55mm kit lens.
Depends on what you prefer -- I'm not a big fan of ball heads, so I sold my 498RC2. Pan heads are much easier to use, albeit more bulky.
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Depends on what you prefer -- I'm not a big fan of ball heads, so I sold my 498RC2. Pan heads are much easier to use, albeit more bulky.
Seems like a tough decision. As of right now it seems like I'd rather a ball or pistol grip head due to the fact that they are faster and easier to adjust. However, if I move along to heavier equipment (which I most certainly would if I started taking it seriously), a pan head would be probably be better.
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Seems like a tough decision. As of right now it seems like I'd rather a ball or pistol grip head due to the fact that they are faster and easier to adjust. However, if I move along to heavier equipment (which I most certainly would if I started taking it seriously), a pan head would be probably be better.
You can always get a new head when that happens.
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