My Son [PARC's 50mm Test]

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  1. PARC

    PARC TPF Noob!

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    Testing a 50mm I borrowed from my friend, trying to see if I need to get one for myself. With my son as model, I used a lampshade and the computer monitor as my light source.


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    Thanks for looking.

    PARC
     
  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Well I think you should run right out and get yourself that lens.
     
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    Alison Swiss Army Friend Supporting Member

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    Ditto! Amazing details and excellent use of available light.
     
  4. MommyOf4Boys

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    my favorite lens! You did very well, especially with the lighting you had.
     
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    Or order it online. :p


    Great series, PARC!
     
  6. fotophia

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    That first photo is just supurb!! i love it!
     
  7. theoryblue

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    Go for it! I like the first also!
     
  8. Holly

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    GORGEOUS! The first one is my favorite... YES Get this lens.. I LOVE mine! Looking at these tells me I need more practice lol! See what someone elses work of art can do to you? ;)

    Keep sharing!
     
  9. AprilRamone

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    That first one is lovely! Creative use of light:)
     
  10. ShootHoops

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    These are very good. You definitely did use the light well. What color are his eyes? They look amazing.
     
  11. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This is one of the most interesting series I've seen. I think the model (your son) has a lot to do with the success of these photos. What a fascinating face too! Amazing skin color. Great expressions. How old is he? I can't even guess.

    Anyway... I REALLY like the 3rd image. Interesting composition and framing. Most cool!

    Pete
     
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    the first and third photo are amazing
     

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