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The Beauty of Window Light: Class Portraits

 
Tim ­ Park
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Oct 20, 2009 11:05 |  #61

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What's your normal lens of choice?...the 24-70 or the 135L?

For these kinds of portraits, it's my 85 f/1.8. I love my 35L for the environmental type of shots at parties, events, etc. There's also something special about the 135L. I just don't use it as much.

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Oct 20, 2009 11:42 |  #62

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3. Sometimes, I'll go up to the kid and ask for a high five and then fake like it really hurt. This often times produces a very big smile. The only thing is, I have to run back and forth from the camera! Tiring!

Tim,
Time to invest in a wireless remote. I use one with kids especially and love it!


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Oct 20, 2009 14:28 |  #63

Tim Park wrote in post #8858560 (external link)
For these kinds of portraits, it's my 85 f/1.8. I love my 35L for the environmental type of shots at parties, events, etc. There's also something special about the 135L. I just don't use it as much.

Tim

And to think...I sold my 85 f1.8......I miss it....but my 100mm f/2 does the job when I need it to.


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Oct 20, 2009 14:42 |  #64

Very well done Tim especially 4, 5 & 7. Thanks for all tip/info.


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Oct 20, 2009 16:10 as a reply to  @ Tigerkn's post |  #65

Very nice. Well done.


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Oct 20, 2009 16:50 as a reply to  @ post 8833098 |  #66

I love them all... Great work.


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Oct 20, 2009 17:35 |  #67

amazing stuff! can't help but smile when i look at these.




  
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Oct 21, 2009 02:20 |  #68

TigerKn...my pleasure. Thanks for the kind words!

mightyslam...thank you very much for the kind words.

ChangoMan...thank you! Much appreciated.

Let Me In...thanks for the kind words! I smile every time I see these adorable kids!


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Oct 21, 2009 02:23 |  #69

Dermit wrote in post #8858809 (external link)
Tim,
Time to invest in a wireless remote. I use one with kids especially and love it!

I may have to consider getting one. Although I wonder if the kids would have a difficult time looking into the lens.


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Oct 21, 2009 06:31 as a reply to  @ Tim Park's post |  #70

You sir are an inspiration. Really basic techniques performed to PERFECTION. Well done.


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Oct 21, 2009 13:09 |  #71

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You sir are an inspiration. Really basic techniques performed to PERFECTION. Well done.

Thank you very much for the kind words! I really appreciate it.


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Oct 21, 2009 16:11 |  #72

Oh wow!!!!!!!!!!! If I had such a photo of my son from school I'd definately buy it!! :):)


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Oct 21, 2009 17:10 |  #73

Visited your link, I must say your work is amazing.


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Oct 21, 2009 18:56 |  #74

Can you come to Hawaii and take class photos? The guy we have kind of sucks, well not sucks, but certainly not what you're doing.

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Oct 21, 2009 20:16 |  #75

Beautiful Images. The parents should be extremely happy!


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