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View Poll Results: Pick an f stop to use for one entire year.

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  • f 1.2

    10 6.13%
  • f 1.4

    10 6.13%
  • f 2

    23 14.11%
  • f 3.5

    5 3.07%
  • f 4.5

    14 8.59%
  • f 5.6

    29 17.79%
  • f 8

    44 26.99%
  • f 11

    14 8.59%
  • f 16

    7 4.29%
  • f 22

    7 4.29%
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  1. #11

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    I knew of a photographer who's motto was "Shoot at 5.6, you'll always get an image".

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    well, depends on the format - f4 is pretty fast for 11x14" coverage whereas I have a f0.95 for 16mm cine ...
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    sorry wrong forum
    i said 3.5, and it should have said either 1.8 ( 1/2 frame ) or 2 ...
    i pretty much do this already
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    I chose f/4.5. I shoot MF rangefinders and not being able to see depth of field sometimes it's fun to be surprised by shots taken near wide open. So for me, I'd go f/4. Love the bokeh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    APUG does not revolve around 35mm alone.

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    It does in the 35mm Camera and Accessories forum. Ya I know the fine print kills us all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    APUG does not revolve around 35mm alone.

    Steve
    What I think he's saying is that this forum in APUG is under English>Equipment>35mm Cameras and Accessories.

    f/8 if I was stuck at one thing. I mean it's like fate or something.

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    I often shoot wide open, in available light, at night. I like fast lenses (f1:1.4) and monopods. I am not reluctant to use shutter speeds of 1/4 or 1/2 second, to get an image.

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    Id choose F-64, but its not listed?

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    f-64 here too.
    That's just, like, my opinion, man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prest_400 View Post
    Drab sad days and have slow film (KR64) and being uninspired. I need spring, and some holidays at a different place
    You need Tri-X and an hour long walk round your neighbourhood.

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