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After using only EF 50mm f/1.8 for about 8 month, I'm getting tired with its limitation. Especially when I trying to shoot group or just some building. I don't have kit lens because I'm buying used lens (that 50mm) and camera (body only). Then last week I decided to pick an used Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 non VC. While it is not as sharp as prime lens, but I barely noticed when zoomed at 25%. Even if I print the result, only need 4R and maximal 10R. So I guess this is good deal for its price. It is also more useful in tight place too. Dumping some snapshit and test shot.
C&C are welcome.
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Good afternoon, /p/. I've been playing around with my own application for quite some time now, and have been wondering about Google Maps' street view option, namely being able to rotate your view around anywhere. Is this a photography, post-processing, or purely technical effect? I've been searching for ages, but I can't find anything useful on it.