Hello Forum, I just learned how to deconstruct photos that I have been saving in my Aperture Library for quite some time now. I have been trying to study the photo techniques of different photographers. Theres one issue that me and my partner cant seem to figure out - How is Scott Schuman of SARTORIALIST.COM able to take such 'FAST'(shutter speed) pictures ? The Metadata on the following picture is as follows: Camera : Canon EOS 5D Mark II ISO : 200 Lens : EF85mm f/1.2L II USM Color Space: RGB Focal Length : 85 F number : 2.5 Exposure Bias : −67ev Exposure Program : Aperture priority Exposure Time : 1/1,600 (THIS IS REALLY FAST) AND ALL OF HIS PHOTOS are pretty much shot with the same exposure settings. But when I try to replicate these settings with my Canon 7D, I can only get as fast as (1/200) Shutter Speed. Even when I push my ISO to about 800, I still cant get my camera to comfortably shoot at anything near (1/1600). I know the lens is a $2,000 super sweet lens. So is that it? Or do I need to simply get a canon 5d Mark II ? Is he simply around so much light, that he can shoot that fast ? I cant figure this out for the life of me.