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Discussion in 'People' started by Nuteshack, Jun 16, 2007.
@f4 ...i still have a real thing for this lens
I can understand why you have a thing for that lens. And that lens has a thing for the model! Great shot!
thanks much for the kind words Greg:biggrin:
Very nice DOF and model! I really like the exposure and the light. I see you used spot metering. Do you remember where you pointed your meter on? Just her face?
Great shot Nute!
I love this one.
thanks Daniel ...can't remember where i metered it, sorry.
thanks Maurice ...;-)
EV of -1.00? Is that normal on portraits? Newbie on this section and just curious to settings...trying to learn a little.
GREAT detail...and awesome expression here.
Crisp, colorful and beautiful - nice shot. I also love my 50mm - these lenses are magic.
in A mode i'm pretty much -.7 to -1.00 as a default..i just chimp a shot, look over the histogram and highlights and go from there.
thanks for the kind words
thanks Frede ...love da 50:smile:
Beautiful. Very pretty young lady and excellent capture.
How does one go about marrying or adopting into your family? :Wink:
Great gene pool...
Seriously though..I've ever used auto ISO on my D50. In menu, ISO options obviously are 200, 400, 800 and 1600. Because you were using auto ISO, is that the reason for the 900 ISO? I didn't realize the camera would do that!
If you hang around long enough it doesn't take much effort to figure out where all these good looking kids get their looks. :wink::biggrin:
Nice shot... Is there a method to the EV compensation vs using aperature and shutter speed?
Sweet shot, but too bad her hair is in such a state.
Nice shot Nute, and beautiful young lady.
I love my 50 1.4 too!
Wonderful Nute. You're just drawn to her eyes! We see the pervasive blue-eyed blond model almost everywhere but I'm a sucker for brown eyes. As a young man I would get lost in my wife Carolyn's brown eyes. The colors and shades are perfect.