GoMA

shot with Sam's Sigma 12-24mm 135 format lens.

View all photos taken: Saturday, 8th September 2007, This photo: 10:56pm

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  • -spam- said:
    mmm.... full frame 12mm
  • manishsharma said:
    great shot

    you should try making your photos downloadable so that people can understand you shots better looking at the settings of the pic closely. tall the images you post are anyways copyrighted. :)
  • apurdam (Andrew) said:
    I think this was scanned from film, judging by the tags.
    Nicely composed shot, Dave. I like that Sam is in the corner.
  • David de Groot said:
    It's film, there's no exif data to see. However, it was shot at 12mm with a Canon EOS 50 film slr using a Sigma 12-24 lens. The aperture was probably around f/16, and the exposure probably around 1/500 on ASA-400 film.
  • David de Groot said:
    Sure is. It would have been hard NOT to get Sam in the shot, 12mm on a 135 format is really quite wide.
  • the_smileyfish said:
    Nice!
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks!
  • D'Arne, Ming & Jack said:
    wow I didn't even recognise it as GoMA !
  • David de Groot said:
    That's perspective distortion for you ;-)
  • -spam- said:
    That would be because you can see not only GoMA, but everything else around it in the same shot ;-P
  • David de Groot said:
    Well yes, 12mm on a film camera is very wide indeed. Significantly wider than my 10-20mm lens on the 400D.