Thanks John. This was a tricky shot for me, but I felt brave and tried it with the 85mm - I think could be a little sharper.Fred, great shot...I love how you use your reflector to get some light on her face...very even lighting...nice, very nice...
Thanks Gordon. IMO this is my first keeper @ f1.4 with my 85mm.Excellent Fred, your lens is doing what it does best.
Thanks Scott.Great choice of model for that lens. Nice capture.
Thanks Keith.Great shot Fred...it looks like it was a little chilly - the hair on her arm is standing straight up!! :biggrin:
Thanks :smile:Beautiful shot Fred. Nice example of the 85 1.4!
And to think...some start their morning with a boring cup of coffee... :Wink:
Thanks Mitchell. More lucky than good really.Nice job with the lighting here. Love the backlighting on her hair.
Glad to see you are getting good with that lens wide open. It still gives me fits at f1.4!
Yea John is right. The effect of the reflector was very subtle - I was reflecting ambient light not the sun on this.How can you tell a reflector was used?? You're good!!
Thanks Nute - we were late for this time of the year - should have been there 90 minutes earlier.you're brutal man (7:18am?) ,,i love it,lol ...wonderful shot, Frede....don't worry about "sharp" it's plenty sharp...it's all about the MAGIC, and u captured it perfectly, imho....;-)))
Thanks Dude.Excellent capture, very nicely done
Thanks Graeme - fresh was our goal, so that's nice to hear.Love it Fred.............. very fresh.......... and has a superb 70's feel to it! :biggrin:
Thanks Tom.Great job Fred.
I love the backlit rimlighting of the hair.
Thanks Woody.......now strap issue......yeah! :smile:No twisted straps... I'm happy :biggrin:
Very nice, Fred.
Thanks Stuart - I am amazed the I got a keeper at 1.4 - first one I think......It's a lovely shot, but I am most amazed at how much is actually in focus at 1.4 with that lens.
Thanks Maurice!very nice again...