Ice Castle!

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  1. Ozzmosis

    Ozzmosis TPF Noob!

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    My wife in an ice castle. Focus is soft, i think the camera might have moved a little... C&C please!

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    Ozzmosis TPF Noob!

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    Aww no comments? :p
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Brrr! Looks cold in there!
    What was your light source? I detect two catchlights in her eyes, one close to the other.
    It looks like the focus is right behind her on the ice...
    Lovely smile!!!
     
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    I have a 430EX bouncing off the ice in front of her, with the diffuser pointed up, and now that you mention it, the ice behind her is in focus... Tried to select a focus point on the 30D... If I remember correctly, I've read somewhere that people had problems with that feature not working quite right?

    The main focus of the pictures I shot at the Ice event was playing with my 430EX with such weird lighting. Blue lights, amber lights, red lights... I removed the color from the ice as well. Looked neat. :)
     
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    Patrice No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Really cute model.

    Except in a rare few instances I always use a single central focus point. The sequence is usually expose and lock, focus and lock, recompose and click. This just sort of carried over from manual FM2n days and then from F4s days.
     
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    Aww my Wife loves the kind comments!

    I will try to find my manual and check out how to lock the settings, I know they are in there, I just need a refresher :)

    Thanks again!
     

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