love them!! can't wait to see them all... thanks again for taking them :)
Beckham and I are looking at these right now and he is giggling in approval.:) Very cute!Ash
These pics are so great!! What lens did u use for them? They look so sharp. Also do u shoot on one shot, AI servo, or AI point?Really amazing pics!Natalie
Natalie-I'm still using my trusty 50 mm. I shoot one at a time for more control. My favorite way to shoot is finding the light I want and then setting it to no flash. I hate the flash... always have. Only use it indoors if I have to. My photography style has evolved with my obsession with lighting-if I had more time and some spending money I would play around with slave lights off my camera. Maybe sometime I'll get around to test sessions with those. I would tell anyone to start with natural light practice for good pictures. My favorite photographers that I follow for inspiration would say the same I think. No filter or affect can replace good lighting.
Thanks for the tips! I'm the same way about lighting and I rarely use my flash. What did u mean by " I shoot one at a time"? I have an 85 mm and I like the way it shoots but ive been looking into getting a 50 mm bc the 85 is just way too zoomed in.
Oh, I thought you were asking if I use the multiple shoots at one in succession option or just take one image at a time. What did you mean by "Also du u shoot on one shot,"?I'm not sure what "AI servo" stands for either. I'm not real up on the short hand apparently. ;)Andria
Oh and 85 mm is a bit close, but the 50 mm is close too just as a warning. That's when photographer enthusiast end up with a bunch of lenses in their bag because they can't choose. =)
LOVE!!! Heather, you have a handsome little man!!
Oh I see what you meant! :) I was talking about the different AF modes ( auto focus). Do u know much about them or which one do u shoot on
I most often shoot on "no flash AF" which is essentially "auto" with no option to flash. It's the lightning bolt symbol with a circle line through it. I find auto to be a bit over exposed for my taste most of the time. It depends on the setting though. When you put it on this setting, you have to be careful with your light as pictures can be too dark or not sharp if underexposed.Happy picture taking. =)Andria
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