@ f1.8, 5Dmkii, ISO 160
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Nice image but in my opinion it's not all that successful because the girl's face is hidden rather needlessly. I know you probably think that's the point of the image, but it kind of falls flat because of that. No doubt most of you will disagree with me, but there it is.
This isn't a critique... but usually if I'm photographing something like this where motion is obvious, I usually compose the shot so the direction they are heading is open rather than where they have been. So I would have the horse and rider to the left of the shot rather than the right.
Is that just a personal preference on my part or was there a specific reason you composed the shot that way that has to do with one of these unspoken rules of photography that I pick up off the streets?
This is one potential reason why I've stayed away from their software. If they can't characterize the lenses correctly, does it affect their software products?
Mirror of Dreams (few years old photo)
Here are some of my candid shots while vacationing in Thailand over the Christmas holidays. Shot in Koh Larn island with Canon 6D, 24~105mm F4 IS. My favorite is the last one IMG_191-2.
Shot with 6D + 24-70 f4L @ 40 mil. A hand held five frame panoramic.
A really good lens, sharper across the frame than the 24-105, small and compact, feels like a large prime on the 6D, but looses the 80-105. Hmmmmm..............................................
Sporgon, if you had to pick one which one would you choose? 24-70 f/4 or 24-105 f/4?