Portraits with the 45/1.8

Started Jan 2, 2013 | Discussions thread
rkeller Senior Member • Posts: 1,066
Re: vignetting

exdeejjjaaaa wrote:

rkeller wrote:


For the most part, the use of vignetting like that is a sure-fire way of making a very good lens look like a piece of cheap junk. IMO, of course. I'd much rather have a bright wall in the background.

no point unless it is hi-key shot/processing...

That's a misunderstanding of what high key actually is.

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