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I am surprised you don’t have any L glass! your photos are awesome!
It’s so refreshing to hear from another photographer who shoots only in natural light! Thank you so much for your advice 🙂
not everyone has money for a 1.2, even the after market ones are pretty expensive at that aperture and wouldn’t most shots come out extremely soft if not stopped down anyways? I admire those who can handle the stress of the ever changing natural light but after some experimentation I prefer artificial light 🙂
If you have an aperture of 1.2 I’m pretty sure you can get away with good results anyway. 🙂
Check out some great portrait photography and look up Roland Lim Photography on Facebook. That guy is doing some awesome work!
One cool girl. Real, honest, sweet. Keep rockin : )
Something bothers me about only using the camera in natural light, what do you do if you have to cover a wedding? or other ceremonies which requires shooting indoors in a dim church? or even worse, in a theatre (not movie theater) where lighting conditions are similar on the actors as on a night time concert? and to make it even more scary, all this using the 400D.
uhm, the Canon 1.8 50mm is all plastic without “USM”- ultrasonic focusing motor, the mount is plastic too, the manual focus ring is extremely small and does NOT override. There’s a reason why it’s so cheap compared to a properly built f1.4 50mm
I have the 50mm 1.4 and I love it. If you have the dough I highly recommend that over the 1.8.
So you said that you have the 50mm 1.4. Do you prefer it over the 50mm 1.8? why? I mean, do you use a lot the 1.4 aperture? I’m trying to understand if I should buy the 1.8 or 1.4…but definitely the 50mm. thank you Alex!
Hey I really love your videos, and first off may I just say how gorgeous you are and I had a quick question for you. What advice do you have for beginning photographers like myself, who are not sure what to charge for photoshoots. Thanks!
I love your Ombre!
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