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  1. #731
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    This one is a snapshot in a dim bar of my friend Svetlana, with flowers for her birthday. This was before the virus closed up all places people gather, like this life music pub. She is a pretty girl and rather shy, a really sweet well educated girl. Z6, 24-70 f/4 at f/4.5 and 41mm, 1/50 200 ISO.
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  2. #732
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Been a few years since I posted, been busy with model/fashion work, so here's the most recent with the Nikon D850 with Sigma Art 105mm f1.4, ISO 160, f4.0, 1/125s flash sync.

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    "There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are."
    - Ernst Haas
    Nikon D850/MB-D18, D800/MB-D12, F4s, F3HP/MD-4,
    F2 Photomic/MD-2/MB-2
    Nikon 15/5.6, 50/1.2 /2 AI-S, 50 & 85/1.4 G
    , 24/2 Ai-S, 55/2.8 Micro
    Nikon 105/2.5 AI-S/pre-AI, 400/2.8, 800/5.6 AI-S
    Sigma 35/50/85/105mm f1.4 Art
    Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4


  3. #733
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    An oldie from 2012. Man, time flies.

    Found some of these while going through an old Lightroom catalog today. This is when I was experimenting with a dark, edgy look - which is now hip. Guess I was before my time.

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  4. #734
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Not necessarily a portrait, but didn't know where else it would go.

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  5. #735
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Playing with the new D500 and off-camera flash this evening. Also my first time using color gels.

    I bought a MagMod kit (great system, but expensive) and used a 1/2 CTO gel on this. Had a helluva time color correcting this photo in post because it was way too orange. Still looks a bit orange to me, but it might just be this laptop monitor.

    Hoping to get the kinks ironed out because I really enjoy doing outdoor shots with flash.

    EDIT: Was packing up some gear last night and discovered that I had doubled up the CTO gels in the MagMod - no wonder I had such a hard time fighting off the orange.


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  6. #736
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    First model photo shoot trying the Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4 on the Nikon D850 (all taken at f1.4)

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    "There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are."
    - Ernst Haas
    Nikon D850/MB-D18, D800/MB-D12, F4s, F3HP/MD-4,
    F2 Photomic/MD-2/MB-2
    Nikon 15/5.6, 50/1.2 /2 AI-S, 50 & 85/1.4 G
    , 24/2 Ai-S, 55/2.8 Micro
    Nikon 105/2.5 AI-S/pre-AI, 400/2.8, 800/5.6 AI-S
    Sigma 35/50/85/105mm f1.4 Art
    Zeiss Otus 55mm f1.4


  7. #737
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    My daughter, Drew.

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  8. #738
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

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    Did a maternity shoot this weekend. This is one of my favorites.
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  9. #739
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Post your Portrait shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by Browncoat View Post
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    Did a maternity shoot this weekend. This is one of my favorites.
    Nice, Browncoat! Although I have (and love) my D750, I really like the fact that the focus points in the D500's viewfinder stretch all the way across the frame - unlike the D750. So I've been toying with the idea of trying a wide angle zoom and/or a normal lens on the D500 to see how well it works for my taste. Seeing your image is pushing me to try it myself sooner rather than later.
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    Cindy - D750, D500, D7200
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    Where the Spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art
    -- Leonardo da Vinci



  10. #740
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    Re: Post your Portrait shots!

    Thanks, Cindy.

    I'm still not 100% with the D500 focus system, but finally have the options and button config to my liking. I'll have to post my setup. I know you do a lot of bird/nature stuff and this setup would be a great jumping off point so you can switch from single point focus to group focus quickly.
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