Joined Dec 2010
Joined Oct 2011
1- face a bit blurry, background is distracting
7D Gripped | 5D MKII Gripped |Canon 50mm f/1.4 | 70-200L f/2.8 IS II | 16-35L f/2.8 II | Opteka 6.5mm Fisheye | Cybersyncs and Vivitars
Joined Dec 2011
A constant theme in all of your image is a bit too much contrast.
Thanks guys for the comments...need to work on the contrast. Still new to this stuff. Got any pointers on how to control the contrast. Thanks so much for all your help.
Jul 27, 2012 14:19 as a reply to ksasser's post |
Ya gotta be careful with a 50mm lens as it will throw things out of perspective, like heads and legs.
The things you do for yourself die with you, the things you do for others live forever.
Joined Jun 2010
1,3 and 5 - I love them! They may not be perfect but it's only us photographers who worry about that!
thanks so much...that means alot to me.
Joined Jul 2007
shoot with a bit smaller on the aperture - that way you will be more likely to get good focus results
5D Mark II, 40D, 350d
I am either looking at different photos then you all are, or my eyes really are that bad now, but based on critique here on "focus', many of the masters of the craft would never survive the technical critique handed out. These aren't studio shots for crying out loud.
Cream of the Crop
Joined Jul 2009
#2 is the only image that stands out as exceptional. It works well.
thanks for all the input guys...still learning and i must say i love to take photo's and that was the first time i've used the 50mm...still learning it....i do like the lens alot...but as most of you all know getting a 4 yr old to stay still long enough to take a picture is very hard...lol...but thanks so much for all the input...gonna try to get some more pics taken and i'll post some more thanks guys.
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