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Old 04-26-2007, 08:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i know these ain't portraits, but its what I do. Please comment, critique, and tell me what you think. this is also my first photo post

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Ok..here's the first thing that comes to mind:

Why did you post these on a glamour forum?

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Re: in the field
Old 04-26-2007, 09:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i just posted to let people see what i do on a regular basis. i know its not glamour, but hay its a start. shoot the preaty things then move to the beautiful. lol
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One of the things I noticed in general about these shots is that don't seem overly sharp. Usually this type of shot zooms in morel closely to whatever is the "Glamour" point of the subject. If its an insect, then we need to get close up and personal with the insect. #2 and #3 have to most problems in this regard. They are rather fuzzy and its hard to decide what the focus point was. And even when one decides, there is nothing really there that is the center of attention.
Usually when I shoot these types of shots, I use a Macro Lens (I use the Canon 100mm F2.8 Macro for 1 to 1 life size shots). I find this gives me better control and forces me to get closer to the scene.



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thanks for the critiques. I think my problem is the lense im using, its a sigma dg 28-300mm 1:3.5-6.3. for some reason i cant get it to focus right on the auto focus, or on manual.
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