Various shoots with Asian girls, haha.

BokChoiTV

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Let me start by saying that I don't like to be called a photographer nor do I want to be considered one, I just find it disrespectful to people who really work hard and use proper technique as opposed to me just pointing and shooting.
I just wanna know what you guys think.
Also, any tips on getting sharpness?
These were mainly taken with 70-200mm F4 IS and 24-70 F2.8 Mk I.

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And this is an old one.

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Mt Spokane Photography

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Its hard to tell why they are not sharp, they should be much sharper.
What body did you use? The lenses might benefit from AFMA.
What Aperture, what ISO, what shutter speed?

Some of those values might tell us what's happening.
 

mrsfotografie

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Don't look at it as a big negative, but I personally find the perspective of the outdoor 'people' shots a little disturbing; the 'vanishing point' ie the roads that lead off into the distance, draw the attention away from the subject instead of drawing the viewer in. I would try to compose a little differently to get a stronger result ;)

Oh and if you've subjects like these you're a photographer whether you like it or not ;)
 

neuroanatomist

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RE sharpness, the first three look a bit front-focused, could benefit from AF Microadjustment.
 
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