Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by dmccarty10, Oct 15, 2005.
Thanks for looking.
the 1rst one is awesome
My favorite too. A friend just pointed out that I cut off the feet of model on the one shot. But this shot was a request by the homeowner. She said the scene reminded her of the Kennedy's wedding shot.
Wow, she's beautiful... the third shot is fabulous.
Yeah, in the 2nd, the cutting off of her feet is too bad. Her face seems slightly out of focus...what was the exposure on this one?
beautiful shots overall!
I was shooting with a Lensbaby. http://www.lensbabies.com
It's a manual swing and tilt lens that you focus by manually adjusting the lens in or out. Think of a slinky. It allows you to shift the plane of focus. Cool effect, but not easy to do. Even harder if you're pointing and shooting as opposed to art directing. Also, it's a fixed lens so I couldn't zoom out. To answer your question, I was shooting at f8.0 which is the smallest aperature available on this lens. Also a manual feature, to change the aperature, you have to change a physical ring (small piece of plastic).
Glad you liked them. Thanks for your comments.
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