First Portrait with the X-T3

Discussion in 'Fujifilm Cameras' started by Destin, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. Destin

    Destin Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Did a quick TFP shoot with Lamont, a local theater performer who models on the side for fun. Just finished edited a quick preview and once again the X-T3 is impressing me.

    This is a jpeg that is almost SOOC. I cropped it slightly and pulled the highlights back just a touch, but that's pretty much all I did to it. Shot in the "pro neg hi" film simulation with the 90 f/2. Exif: 90mm, f/2.0, iso 160, 1/320. Lit by a single overhead moonlight in a 30 inch octabox.

    [​IMG]Untitled by Destin Danser, on Flickr


     
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  2. Derrel

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    Looks pretty good.
     
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  3. SquarePeg

    SquarePeg hear me roar Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Great background rendering from that lens. The colors really work too. I would remove the bokeh balls as the brightness and location of them distract from the subject.
     
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    Nice; agree the background rendering is great!
     
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    Solarflare No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I wouldnt remove them because they add texture and variance to an otherwise pretty boring shot, and they dont actually distract me from the subject at all.
     

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