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JB,Thank you for the pointers and for the nifty observation about earrings. I must confess it turned outthat way since I was focusing on eyes (no pun intended). Once again thank you for your feedback. My wife was tickled pink when I conveyed the feedback from forum, and that shot is something she is very […]
Eye level and above gets you both where you want to be. She is lovely. It is plain to see. Again, #1 is the standard. It is a professional shot for both photographer and model.Eyes are sharp. Earrings, not so much. All the better. I never let anyone take my picture. I sympathize with her. […]
Thank you Henry, Valery and JB. JB, In fact, Jaya is very self conscious of her weight and what I am finding is that images with portrait orientation and a bit of negative space above her seem to make her feel better rather than tight crops. In fact I realized that effect while experimenting with […]
Or another alternative would be to sell my current 16-35 and 24-70 lens and buy the PZ 28-135 lens and a G AF adapter. Currently the PZ is selling for just about $200 more than the new Series 2 16-35 zoom.A bit of a heavier weight solution but probably no more so than a Nikon […]
Paul Genge, former Konica Minolta and Sony technical expert, presents a half hour from his new Cameradiner studio reviewing the full-frame HD video NEX E-mount camcorder, the VG-900E. . . . → Read More: Cameradiner NEX VG-900E video review