Re: Canon EF 24mm f/1.4 II L USM
You know i was concerned at how close i have to get to my subject prior to owning this lens, that quickly became a non-issue but i am sure like when using my fisheye i often get strange responses to how close i get but i try to brief them on the lens and what it will do and how i will be getting really close so to not wig out and that often causes people to relax escpecially when i take a shot and show them how cool it looks.LostArk said:I only crop vertically since I prefer 16:9 or even 2.39:1. In the above photo she was less than 2 feet away. This lens is pure magic for it's ability to grab a subjects surroundings and add context to portraits.Bosman said:I don't use F1.4 much it is amazing what F1.4 looks like for a wide lens like this. Was this a crop? It seems you would need to be 4ft away from her but the it is really tightly framed by her ball cap suggesting you were even closer. Looks like you have you done many portraits with the 24 from your postings. Nice work. You have a focus in concert photography?
5D2, 1/200 f/2 ISO 3200
Untitled by Nοah Fence, on Flickr
In the above photo my subject was less than 3 feet away.
I find street portraits and concert photography the most fun, but I've been wanting to get into event, architecture and landscape. I've only been shooting "seriously" for about 8 months.