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    E3 12-60mm @ 40mm; ISO 800; 1/125 sec F5.6
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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon_parry View Post
    Is the 12-60mm a slow lens?
    It depends on the lighting conditions. In my case since the E-300 lacks image stabilization, I've had to use ISO-800 and 1600 to shoot handheld.
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    Default Re: Assignment #27: Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Baxter View Post
    E3 12-60mm @ 40mm; ISO 800; 1/125 sec F5.6
    The camera was fairly new and I had just crossed road from the shaded side of the street. I mostly work on A priority, and like F5-ish for "normal pictures" (roughly matches depth of field of human eye). With more time, I agree, I should have stopped up and decreased ISO. I also had IS on (at that time I always had it on) so I did have some room to move.


    At 40mm, I guess the maximum aperture would be a little wider than F4 on the 12-60.

    Mostly put it down to unfamiliarity with the camera. Now, I'd go for IS on, F4(ish) ISO 200, 1/60 sec (ish), or even ISO 100 and 1/30 sec.


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    Just one of my favorite portraits............a young man contemplating life!

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    From my oldest 4.5 years old
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    Well, this is my contribution. Comments are welcome
    Greetings

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    A lovely Indian family.

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    my daughter

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    Hey, new guy here.Been lurking for a few weeks now. I picked up an E-520 a couple months ago. Im still learning the ropes, but having fun learning.
    This is my son. Shot outside at ISO 400 when I was experimenting with an OM 50mm 1.8.

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    Attachment 27708

    Portrait of my wife. Pic was taken in China, and they seem to use highlights differently from us over here. Anyone got any thoughts on good and bad aspects of this photo?

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    I've had a couple of sessions in a studio but just learning about portraiture just now, but here's a couple of my favourites so far.

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    a couple from an e-510 using Nikkor lenses

    105/2.5

    self #9 by kevinparis, on Flickr


    50/1.2

    Self #1 by kevinparis, on Flickr

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawes View Post
    I've had a couple of sessions in a studio but just learning about portraiture just now, but here's a couple of my favourites so far.
    The Sinatra pose would be much more convincing if it wasn't obvious he'd gone to your studio to object to you taking his photo! I'd try again in street or a cafe. It is otherwise a nice shot.

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    Friends.
    E3 50-200
    No Flash
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    A new one. My wife.



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    senior portrait using the good ol' 50mm/f2 outdoors with just a reflector for fill.
    I hate micro 4/3rds!
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    This shot was from my second photo shoot that took place in Stuttgart Germany. The model's name is Emel and she hails from Bulgaria.

    Shot data as follows:

    40-150mm (1st Gen) at 150mm, f/4.5, 1/160sec, @ ISO-400 FL-50 used for fill

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    Comments welcome.

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    My sister. taken with the e-520, jpg out of the camera. 70-300 zuiko lens

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    Some animal poses from a dance.

    E-30 with 50/2.0 @ 5.6
    5 flashes were used and it all barely fit in my livingroom. Actually I was standing in the hallway.


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    Experimenting with the DMC-L1 & 25mm f2.8 @ 6.3... natural lighting

    E-M1 w/HLD-7 I E-30 w/HLD-4 I DMC-L1 I 25 f1.4 I 14-35 f2 I 14-50 f2.8-3.5 I 35-100 f2
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    My daughter when I was testing out the studio equipment when I first got it.


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