Finally I got a fixed 50 mm EF lens from Canon. It was quite cheap and I did a little job in my spear time, so I had the money to buy it. I myself would have never had the idea to buy such a lens, but after I had several conversations with my dear friend sabl1984, I decided to give the lens a chance.
I had no time to test it yet, but I'm already eager to do some nice b/w shots and some new sports pictures in b/w. Since there a lots of Karate events I'll watch in the next weeks I hope to catch some exciting moves!
I thought it was time to delete some of my works as I don't like them anymore.
So I "termintated" all the images that were "just some photos" and have not been pictures I consider being art.
But what is art?
Has it to be technically perfect? Hm, I don't think so - otherwise the world would only know a handful of true artists, like DaVinci. So let us agree, that art does not need to be technically perfect, does it? No.
Art must "touch the soul of the watcher". Art must force you to think and feel. If it will not, it is not art.
No, I don't call myself an "artist", but I think that I'm quite creative. How could I?
But I really try to do
When I started to take pictures with my DSLR, I always wanted a Tele or Zoom lens. After more than a year of saving money for a lens, I bought a 70-300mm EF Zoom lens from Canon.
I'm not happy with it. It's slow and the colors seem "dull" or "dim" to mee. It's hard to be happy, when you catch an animal out in the woods and the picture looks like you've used your cell phone camera... :(
I really should think about selling the lens again and buying a Macro lens instead. I discovered that I really love being at home, playing with the lights and the complete arrangement of things and then take some close-up pictures. I feel satisfied with it an