Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by shortpballer, Aug 10, 2009.
C&C welcome. Taken with my tokina fisheye.
I want to see you play with the smile a bit , maybe like a long exposure at night painting in eyes, mouth, etc. That would be a fun shot
wow, I was thinking about a real baby but now... I want one of those babies too !
Yea I like the way the fisheye played with the smile. The car smiles already but with the fisheye the smile got much larger
i like her smile
was the second picture taken with the same lens? cuz i don't see the "fish eye" effect in it.
It is because the car is placed directly in the middle...If you look at the buildings and the curb you can see the curving of the fisheye. You can see it in the trees on the left side as well.
Depending on the focal length, some fish eye lenses don't give as much fish eye effect on crop body cameras. They really shine on full frame bodies.
If i had a full body these pictures would have far more fisheye effect. Maybe one day
I was expecting some photos of a baby and not a car - lol! Great photos though - I am very jealous - I want one!
Faster shutter speeds or slower aperture, your bg's are overexposed.
Which would cause the subject to be underexposed.....which they seem to be on the verge of anyway (already there on #1). Doing your suggestion with some fill flash might work though.
I should have put my flash on in my opinion then I could have shot with a faster shutter speed and it would have looked 100 times better. These weren't meant to be great shots. Just was walking back from the fair and decided to take some quick pics with my new lens. I will do a real photoshoot of my car somewhere much cooler than the street when I get back from Hawaii.
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