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Discussion in 'Through the Lens' started by spider, Oct 7, 2010.
another one I like from the shoot alot. 85mm 1.8 bokeh is just beautiful!~~
What's the aperture blade count on that puppy? 8 or 9 isn't it?
8 i just like it soo much lol
lucky man Crysta...
Used my Vivitar 28mm f2.5 for this shot
I'll be putting my new 17-50mm f2.8 (Tamron - EF Mount) lens through its paces soon!
This was shot with the EOS 60D body and a Vivitar 28mm f2.5 MD mount lens
Here's my latest try. let me know..
Two of the clan
Here are two of my kiddos. Pics taken with I-phone.
Nice even tones, Nerri, but the outter effect is rather cheezey
Here's a shot with the new 17-50mm f2.8 lens (Tamron)
Used Strobe at full power behind umbrella above left, sun swatter to camera left
edit: his shirt is a little over exposed but I hate white shirts - hard to work with outdoors.
Yep I agree... but their Mom liked it. and I was playing around with Lightroom.
Hey if the customer is happy, that's all that matters!
In a paying gig, the customer comes first
Or when the "customer" is also the wife.
I have 5 models at my beck and call. and they work REALLY cheap.
here's the first one again. minus the haze.
Adorable girls, Nerri.
beautiful girl spider!
heres some kids that will be players someday
also spider, here is a before and after editing thing i did to get rid of bags and hair that was in the way on the guys face
getting better woo
Very good post processing work Crysta, Bravo
also, me and my friend wanted to do a photoshoot together, so we went to a park, and there was a place that reminded me of your work, so i did some fan art...
However, I dont have any lighting, so its all natural, sunsetish.
wow....very nice Crysta! Here's a couple of mine...one of my shortie and another, our drummer...
that last photo is sooooo sharp ! what lens are you using?
another kinda reminds me of twlight setting haha
Yeah she does kinda look vicious
Anyway, I was using my Nikon 70-300 VR lens on that pic of our drummer...I did a little bit of post processing on that one...I actually softened it up a bit with the whole noise/gaussian blur layer technique......
Here's a recent one.... i was playing around with the panning thing....couldn't quite get the effect i was looking for...i wanna blame it on the lens..it wasn't fast enough