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Discussion in 'People' started by sclamb, Jul 17, 2008.
being nice to each other for a change :biggrin:
Good to have proof to show them later that it is possible. lol
Great show of your beautiful girls. Don't you love this lens?
Well done. Truly a GEM of a lens huh
Such a sweet photo. I'm really wanting this lens.
beautiful photo and skillfully captured @1.4. very well done ....;-)
Thanks Patti :smile: It is indeed a great lens, one of my favourites.
Thank you :smile: Yes, the 85 f/1.4 is one of the great Nikon lenses.
Thanks Terri. Of all the Nikon lenses I think this one is affordable quality and has a look that only it can produce. Go for it :biggrin:
Thank you :smile: At f/1.4 it does become challenging as you really need the eyes of both children at the same distance from the camera. At this size it doesn't show, but my daughter on the left was slightly ahead of the other and the focus is not spot on. Short of clamping their heads in place there is not much that can be done about it
Great shot Simon!
Are they usually at war? :biggrin:
They are usually fine but these two, with their elder sister, do have spats at times.
A beautiful photo of your lovely girls, I just love this. 'course, window light, the D3 and 85/1.4 .... well yeah, that's about unbeatable as a combo. :biggrin:
You have put your 85mm 1.4 lens to good use with these two lovely girls. Nice image.
Thank you :smile: You can't beat fast gass and natural light :Love:
Thank you :smile: Of course, the models are what make it nice :biggrin:
They must be close if they're willing to dress alike.
Lovely rendition, Simon. It's a keeper.
Thank you :smile: The dresses are school uniform so thay have no choice about that :biggrin:
Thank you :smile:
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