300mm Telephoto Lens and Boudoire Photography, am I missing something? Locked

Started Mar 26, 2013 | Discussions thread
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En Trance
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Re: By the way, you are pollution.....

Mark Smith wrote:

En Trance wrote:

ljfinger wrote:

En Trance wrote:

I am not impressed with your half knowledge of photography. My points are not refutable. Any one that reads them will know which side eats straw.

Joseph's knowledge exceeds yours by about, oh, a billion times.

That is your dumb ass perspective. From what I have seen, ole Joe could not pass 2nd grade reading class. LOL LOL LOL

Indeed Joe has given the correct answers. You're a combative person with a very poor sentence structure and spelling.

How old are you? It's not an insult, it could be a generational thing. Joe and I are of a similar age and while I don't agree with him on everything I have to be as polite as possible–it helps to when trying get your point across.

But I'm going to give you a break.

Can you post any of these images (or a link to) of boudoir photographers using 300mm telephoto lenses from two steps away?

If you're seeing this 'all the time' it would be good to see an image because in 28+ years as a portrait pro I've not seen one.

Even my H&S portraits are on 85-105mm depending on the format.

Joe may have some good answers, but not to my question.  You have a similar stupidity which makes you change the length of a lense that you have not seen.  If you do not have an answer to my question, then Silence is Golden.

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