In the studio with the 70-200 f4

Started Dec 9, 2012 | Discussions thread
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WatsonPhoto OP Regular Member • Posts: 258
Re: Huh?
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As one other poster pointed out there was a reason for shooting at f11.

1. It is not my studio or lighting equipment

2. The lighting equipment was Speedotron, while reliable it is not my favorite and tends to dump out buckets of light.

3. One of the photographers wanted to shoot with the higher light output to get a blown out look. I changed my aperture instead.

4. The image provided was an example only of what the 70-200 f4 can do. This was not an image that I would use from the session.

5. If you are that desperate to see a shot at 5.6 , then I would recommend that you purchase the lens, rent a studio, hire a model, MUA, stylist and then shoot some example images for everybody. If not, you can always wait for the magazine test reports.

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