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Nice set of portraits

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by seany, Mar 18, 2005.

  1. seany

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    http://www.pbase.com/thejaybird/us Some beautiful, simple shots here. My favs the girl with the umbrella. 300D used and the 85mm 1.8F (for my fav anyway) Which is a great portrait lens along with the 50mm 1.4. Really have been thinking about going the prime route. Or at least have the two above lenses
     
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    Excellent photos - still trying to convince myself (or not) to get the 350D when I go to the states...

    This photo is excellent - I was trying to work out quite how he'd done it (there's two focal points) until I realised it was two photo's stitched together.

    http://www.pbase.com/thejaybird/image/26926461
     
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    Those photos are great, thejaybird is very talented. Let's not get him interested in our photo comp as he'd win every time!
     
  4. seany

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    The way he's stiched those two togather is flawless. Those children seem to be natural born posers. But he will have taken 100's of shots no doubt, but great shots all the same
     
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    Not quite - I think there's a small stitching "error" just above the front girls knee...!!
     
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    love the ones taken with the fisheye.

    summut else to add to my shopping list i think
     

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