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cool moments flowrider!!! probably was only a short attempt, yet remember tighten-fix better the helmet next time, when she's ready for a longer ride
All you make it so difficult not to choose this lens..
Mar 30, 2016 05:38 as a reply to rantercsr's post |
both 85 & 135 are the state of art about portraits. Longer one is focused more on headshots, but depends if u are using it more in studio or or outside.
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Body: Canon 5D
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As someone who' longest lens is the 85mm 1.8. I am wondering how far away I need to be for most of these shots? I guess thats pretty hard to answer, but I would guess most of these full body pics are from 15-20 feet away correct?
6D, 50mm Art
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Post has been last edited over 1 year ago by agedbriar. 2 edits done in total.
On a full frame camera like the 6D, at object distance of 8m, the framing is 2.1m x 1.4m.
Apr 04, 2016 17:00 as a reply to asr10user's post |
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