Some Recent Work Of Mine

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  1. EJBPhoto

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    Hope everyone is well :) Just popping in with some recents from me. Hope everyone is well! :)

    5d 85 1.2 apertures 1.4+

    1. My personal favorite
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    5. I found this in her room and insisted we bring it out :)
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    9. In a chicken coop!
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    10. Imperfect, but I still like the magical feel
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    Thanks for looking and if you've got some, I would love CC.
     
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    That little girl has really cool eyes.... Nice work. :thumbup:

    I love that hat... great! :mrgreen:
     
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    Yeah....i'm never posting my pics again.....lol
    Simply Put...Astonishing
     
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    You obviously have a very clear understanding of your equipment capabilities, especially that lens. I am so close to buying that lens myself, and seeing your images only adds to my decision. Regarding CC, you have already chopped my comments out of #10 (little hot on the left, but the expression and composition is perfect). #5 has me confused, exposure looks good, i think I am being thrown by her skin tones being on the pale side. Also you could comment on the 1/3 rule of #5 but you kick that rule back in on #6, so you obviously know what your doing there.

    I really wanted to say more than great work, because overall, that's what your post deserves!
     
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    Really inspiring work! Thank you for posting these. :)
     
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    stunning! great job!
     
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    awesome photos
     
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    I disagree about your fav. Number 2 is deffinately my top choice.
     
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    WOW.
    unreal. those are fantastic shots.
    RAZOR sharp! blowin my MIND! :D
     
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    WHO left that baby in a basket out in the woods?!!

    3, 6, 8, 9 and 10 are real stand-outs. Very nice!!

    – Pete
     
  12. EJBPhoto

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    Thanks everyone for your comments :) I'd like to take a moment to make a stand for natural light and minimal equipment. I respect those of you that use strobes, flashes, reflectors, etc, but I also want to say that you can get great results without. Sometimes it helps just to get back to basics- to strip down and just shoot from your soul. I own 3 lenses, 2 bodies, and thats it. While I definitely know this isn't for everyone, if you can't afford fancy equipment- take advantage of it because it's definitely possible to get great images without all the gadgets.

    Thanks again!
     

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