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davidbellissima:
A couple of weekends ago I had the opportunity to do an engagement shoot with in the late afternoon UK sun (yes the sun does shine here). Although I have had the 5D MK iii since March, I still love and really appreciate using it - especially the accuracy of the focussing and the exceptional low light performance, not that I made use of the latter for this shoot. Here is a set of images, which I think are my best engagement shoot images yet, all shot with the 5D Mk iii and a 70-200mm F2.8L IS lens. All with natural light except for the final one:

http://www.bellissimaphoto.co.uk/asian-wedding-photographer-london/coombe-abbey-engagement-shoot.html

Dylan777:

--- Quote from: davidbellissima on November 15, 2012, 05:53:46 PM ---A couple of weekends ago I had the opportunity to do an engagement shoot with in the late afternoon UK sun (yes the sun does shine here). Although I have had the 5D MK iii since March, I still love and really appreciate using it - especially the accuracy of the focussing and the exceptional low light performance, not that I made use of the latter for this shoot. Here is a set of images, which I think are my best engagement shoot images yet, all shot with the 5D Mk iii and a 70-200mm F2.8L IS lens. All with natural light except for the final one:

http://www.bellissimaphoto.co.uk/asian-wedding-photographer-london/coombe-abbey-engagement-shoot.html

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Nicely done...5D III + 70-200 f2.8 IS II = Gift from heaven.

sleepnever:
Very nice shots. Since you are getting compression from the long lens, what aperature are you shooting in? I'm guessing at least 5.6 for most of these?

Menace:
Well done :)

Studio1930:

--- Quote from: Dylan777 on November 19, 2012, 10:17:56 AM ---
Nicely done...5D III + 70-200 f2.8 IS II = Gift from heaven.

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Except for the fact that he has a version I of the 70-200. ;)  (Still nice combo - no flames please.)

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