Romance In Miami

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  1. dmccarty10

    dmccarty10 TPF Noob!

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    Thanks for looking.

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    the 1rst one is awesome
     
  3. dmccarty10

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    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.
     
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    Wow, she's beautiful... the third shot is fabulous.
     
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    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!
     
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    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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