more from studio session for C/C
Thumpers mother had good advice and I feel most here followi it when they can.
I'm wonder why you used such a high ISO, and why such a wide lens. Was it for effect? Is the effect you got what you were looking for?
I've always understood that 85mm is the better lens for this kind of picture. The Canon 50mm 1.4 is always in my bag. With the 1.6 crop it comes out as 80mm. Close. Do you have a light meter? I find it's a big help with this kind of shot. Get a good one. I use a Minolta auto meter IV f. Not the best, but the price/performance ratio is good. Using the incident light has aways worked for me.
Taking pictures is easy, making them art is hard. (al nunley)
Try not, Do, or Do Not. (yoda)
|Leaving the office, Central London. by Edward48|
from Your City - Night Shift
|Running free by LassiM|
from My Best Photo of the Week
|Everyone's happy at Disney World! by Pixney|
from Disney World