Mouth-Watering Primes

Uploaded 6 Mar 2009
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© Muhammad Muhsin
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UploadedMarch 6, 2009
TakenMarch 6, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D3
Exposure1/250 sec at f/25
FlashCompulsory Flash, Return light not detected
Focal Length105 mm
ISO400
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here's a collection of my fast primes :)

from left to right: The Portrait King (85 f/1,4) The Portrait King Killer (105 f/2) The Sigma Macro (28 f/1,8) and The Classic Prime (50 f/1,2)

The only two primes i wish to add to my collection are: 1) The 200mm f/2 Nikkor AKA Fatboy and 2) The Nikkor 35mm f/2 :)

i took this photo using my 105 macro lens and my sb600 flash light :) this time though, the lenses were placed on the dining table, and the flash to their left side :)

i made a handy little soft-box for the flash, using a shoe box with tissue paper taped in front of it and the flash mounted from the rear via a squarish hole :)

the compo is original, just did some level straightening :)

being presented here in monochrome :)

thanks for viewing ;) lets see what u think :)

muhammad muhsin

3 responses

  • Will Mederski

    Will Mederski (Deleted) said (6 Mar 2009):

    Thanks, now I've gotta clean the drool off my keyboard...
    I just got myself the 85mm 1.8f earlier this week.
    That, and my 50mm 1.8f, are all I need... :o)

  • Enrique Parrilla

    Enrique Parrilla said (19 Jun 2009):

    I think I'm to poor to own a prime right now :( but impressive collection you have.

  • Marco Martinez

    Marco Martinez gave props (25 Apr 2011):

    I would love to have the 135 f/2. I, too, love primes. The only zoom i use is the 80-200mm which is a great lens

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