Vogue-like Wifey - Sony a99 + Minolta 80-200 HS APO G f/2.8
For this capture, the idea was to get an image like those found in Vogue magazine in the 80's/90's with quite a bit of contrast, and with a film-like look. I chose to use the Mino 80-200 instead of the Roki 85. Shot at f/5.6 and at ISO 100.
C&C are welcome
Photography is about time, space, expression, and - ultimately - capturing light. As easy as it may sound, the process of capturing the "ideal" photograph is far more complex to accomplish as our own perceptions and responses vary according to each individual. Photography is inherently driven by human subjectivity, but the general feeling is that a superb photograph is widely appreciated, as it commonly depicts a striking and universal concept. I believe this process should be sought by many of us, who deeply enjoy capturing and sharing photographs that embrace life and depict what we are.
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