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Journal Entry: Sun Aug 24, 2014, 7:30 PM
Hi everyone,
I don't write update journals all that often, but this time I'm going to :P
Tomorrow is my first day of class at the university I'm attending! My first two classes tomorrow morning are even photography courses, so I'm unbelievably excited.
I will be continuing my 365 day project; however, I'm going to be much less active on Deviantart :( I'll be on to participate in the groups I'm in and upload my photos, but not much else for the semester. Maybe I'll do a few more before/after type shots if I have time. Anyway, I apologize ahead of time for the inactivity.
I'm also on Flickr if you want to follow me there! Here is a link…

On a side note, I am considering selling prints online here on DA and on websites like 500px and I was wondering if anyone has had any luck with that, and if so where?

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GoldenInnocence Featured By Owner 8 hours ago
Thank you for the favs <3
sweetfragnance Featured By Owner 2 days ago
You have been featured here:…

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firepaved Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank You for faving!
BerarAdrian Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2014
You have such a beautiful gallery!
and thank you for the watch :) (Smile)
iriscup Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2014
Tabby is happy about +fav from Iris
FrancescaDelfino Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Hello! :wave: rvmp 
I would like to invite you to the second contest of ThemedGroup to celebrate our first year, check it out AnniversaryContest!
Many prizes for winners Very Happy Bounce 

PS: We're looking for any kind of prizes, every donor will be featured with some of their works Heart

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MamzelleZephyr Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
 You've got a very nice gallery there Sabrina :) (Smile) 
I see you use a 60mm lens, is it the Canon 60mm macro? Are you happy with this lens?
Thank you for your answer, it would help me a lot Hug 
PiecesOfAnsley Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Student Photographer
It is the Canon lens :) I love it. Since it's only 60mm rather than 100mm, it's a little harder to get super close up shots, especially of insects, but it's a great lens and because it has a shorter focal length I was able to use it for portraits and still life until I got my 50mm. It isn't quite as tack sharp as the 50mm, but it's nothing that a little post processing can't correct. I hope that is helpful!
MamzelleZephyr Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
thanks a lot for this explanation ! :)

I already have a Sigma 150mm f/2.8 (a great lens!) for shooting insects, so this is not an issue. I'm looking for a more ployvalent macro lens to add to my other one, to shoot plants, portraits and larger situations that the 150mm. But you say you bought a 50mm instead, which you find sharper.... Which one is that : Sigma 50mm f/1.4 or Canon f/2.5 "macro", Canon f/1.4 or Canon  f1.2 L?

Thank you for your time !Hug 
PiecesOfAnsley Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Student Photographer
I have the canon 50mm f/1.8. I bought it primarily for portraits and travel photography and some landscapes. In those areas, i've found that it is better than the 60mm macro, since it is a little sharper, the shorter focal length is easy to work with, and I enjoy the wider aperture. It takes lovely floral shots too, but not if you want to get close up, so for general plant shots, macro, smaller still life, and some food photography I use my 60mm instead of the 50mm.
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