late night inside shots.

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  1. Kimba

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    some late night inside shots.

    any comments or suggestions greatly appreciated.

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    Love number 2. Great use of the shallow DOF, and a great candid subject. Perhaps just needs a little bit more light.
     
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    Do you know the shot settings for these pictures? There is no exif available.

    Both shots show potential. Looks like you had fun taking these.
     
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    ISO 3200 50mm f/1.4 1/160
    taken with canon rebel.

    I did have fun taking these. my boy hates his photo taken so this doesn't happen very often. I will do some during the day and see how it goes. I know having the ISO up that high is not such a great idea but had too for these with how dark it was. I need to look at my white balance too.
     
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    love them both ... (and my girlfriend reacted being a gret gret compliment on her part.) keep it up.

    to get such a shallow DOF not being macro distance you need a pretty long lense no?
     
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    LOVE the second shot ... AWESOME!!!
     
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    ISO 3200! Wow and very little noise? Something is very fishy....
     
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    I still dont fully understand this noise thing but i did soften it a little in lightroom, maybe that made the difference?


    Oh and to Sunlou, no this is not a long lense it's just a 50mm 1:1.4 the focus is from around the eye to the ear, everything beyond this point at that setting starts to blur. Makes for nice portraits i have discovered.
     
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    Technically speaking, I would say they are both underexposed (not surprising) and a little soft (particularly the second one).

    Cute cat! :)
     

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