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    I should've taken a pic of these for the Hot assignment at Mission 24.

    Taken with my new Canon 50mm EF f/1.8 II lens. So far I really like it, especially for $55 (got it used from B&H).

    rebelshootsfan, Glynnis Ritchie, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. *Charmey* [deleted] 93 months ago | reply

      HEY I needed to borrow one of these the other day. I should have asked you. very nice shot Luke

    2. rebelshootsfan 93 months ago | reply

      Hmm, this looks familiar somehow.

    3. mae gabriel 93 months ago | reply

      Beautiful green hues. Were they hot? :)

    4. lucianvenutian 93 months ago | reply

      I haven't tried any yet, but I may find a way to sneak some on a lunch taco today. Thanks for stopping by, mgabriel. <--This lady knows a thing or two about food photography!

    5. hoffnungwell 93 months ago | reply

      They ARE hot! ;) (although of course not as hot as habaneros...)

    6. chaderick 93 months ago | reply

      I love this green-ness. I can always appreciate a vivid photo of brightly colored produce.

    7. lydia63 84 months ago | reply

      Your Photo is superb ! please post this beautiful picture at
      Fruits et légumes Group .

    8. Josh Gerritsen 81 months ago | reply

      I hope they paid you for using the photo. They can't just take the image....

    9. lucianvenutian 81 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the heads-up, Tom. That's neat. Though I should probably say that these jalapenos were home-grown (not by me) and were non-poisonous.

      Firestorm, I've posted this photo with a Creative Commons license (attribution, share alike) that encourages its re-use as long as I get credit and the re-poster agrees to share anything they create from it under the same terms. I post most of my shots that way, mostly b/c I figure, "Why not?" I'm not making any money off these pics, so I might as well open them up to the world, see what they come up with.

    10. Josh Gerritsen 81 months ago | reply

      You might want to check out PhotoShelter. The website is www.photoshelter.com and its a photo marketplace where you keep 70% of the sales for your photos. Im actually an intern at the company, and unlike Getty or Corbis, they are out there to help photographers, not screw them over. It's completely free to set up, and they only collect 30% of your earnings when you make a sale. You also have the absolute right to pull all your images, should you want to, from their system at any time. Clearly, you shoot work that the New York Times likes, so give PhotoShelter some thought (and make some money along the way!)

    11. lucianvenutian 81 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Firestorm. I'll check it out. I like the idea.

    12. Just some dust 60 months ago | reply

      I love the creamy texture and shallow DOF.

      And thank you so much for the Creative Commons license. I used this image in a blog that I manage.

    13. lucianvenutian 60 months ago | reply

      Cool, thanks for letting me know.

    14. triplegem9 6 weeks ago | reply

      Great pic. Used it on my blog - www.myeasypaleomeals.com

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