You missed your focus point.. which should be the eyes.
Either a bigger aperture or better attention to focus point.
I agree about the 24mm being a bit too long for a 'walk around' lens.
I have the 17-55 and love it. Though I use my flash more than the 2.8 and...
Ha! I was expecting some other type of 'farming'. :p
I feel like foreground is missing in 1 & 2.
and I like landscape orientation for lanscape...
I think a 50 / 1.8 (used from Craigs List) would be a good purchase.
It's not the greatest lens in the world but it's an inexpensive way to learn...
Ha, I was too!
Nice shot regardless!
must... bite... tongue...
I don't feel like I'm causing any trouble. I'm just explaining why people don't like to click random links on an internet forum.
And no I can't...
because I'm at work on a work computer on a work network and don't know or trust this person and have no idea what I'm 'clicking' on nor where...
Judging by the title, I was expecting a new rendition of the mile high club.
Cool pic non the less!
Makes me feel very tiny..
Just curious, why such high iso?
Why not turn it down as low as it will go and compensate with longer shutter?
I have the 17-55 on my camera 80% of the time. great lens
I've used my dad's 15-85 and really like that too.
Either would be a great 'walk around'...
Ive never managed to climb out of bed that early in the am.
All mine are from pm light.
Well done. I really like the black and white one
Greetings from Falls Church! My name's Matt too! :cheers:
And Yes, for sure, the tidal bason gets crazy!
It's still a great place to shoot.
You should use the auto setting.
and shoot raw.
for bokeh balls??
I'm intrigued :o
The first thing I noticed was her slouched posture.
She needs to straighten her spine, roll her shoulders back and lift her chin up.
That statement goes well with your avatar
You're not lighting your 'subjects' correctly. They are backlit, which causes more of a silhouette.
Turn them around and use the light coming from...
Check out the 15-85 before looking into ultra-wides. Canon U.S.A. : Consumer & Home Office : EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM
Using an ultra-wide...
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