April 19, 2014, 06:59:49 AM
Topic: What lens should I use at my first Fashion Show? (Read 6962 times)
I will see what I can do, but I rented a 24-70mm so I can take groups shots and I also rented the 70-200mm
Unfortunately the jpegs you posted miss all exif data - but how do you think it turned out yourself (speaking of iso noise/banding and low shutter speeds)?
All of the images were shot with a 70-200mm, I love the lens, but most of the shots were shot at 1/500 iso 400-800, no flash, lighting balance set at tungsten, and metering was between partial and evaluative. I personally think the images turned out great, but I will provide a link with all of the images after I go through them.
All of the images of the fashion show that I shot are posted here www.facebook.com/sampsonleungphotography
70-200LII for the runway would be my choice and if you can use an 85 but 70-200 will allow flex without compromise and you will def get the shot in focus with the 70-200 as it rarely misses a shot. 24-70 won't be enough focal length for that scenario.
Just noticed now... Why is it your focus is better and a lot sharper when the model doesn't wear anything except paint?
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Just noticed now... Why is it your focus is better and a lot sharper when the model doesn't wear anything except paint?The zoom lens got excited