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Flower girl

Discussion in 'Portraits, People, & Pets' started by Iansky, Mar 12, 2017.

  1. Iansky

    Iansky Premium Member

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    I grabbed a few images today of my wife with flowers.

    She needs a photo to use for a magazine article, I used the X-T2 + 56mm and Fuji EF-X500 flash for a touch of fill.

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    Very nice flower girl. :)
    Oh lucky man to have a fine model available on tap!
     
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    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    I agree with jknights, you are a lucky man. I particularly love the last two photos with the flowers as part of that very elegant hat. Here in Toronto we still have snow on the ground, so the flowers are some months away.
     
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  4. Iansky

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    Thank you both for the kind comments. I am very lucky to have a wife who loves the camera and whom the camera likes.
     
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    Beautifully made pictures, and content matters. You must be falling in love with her again and again with no end :)
     
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    Thanks YogiMik, she was happy to pose for these especially when one of them is due to be selected for a local magazine - never stopped loving her, she is my soul mate as well as my wife!
     
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    Ian, how heavily are you using the EF-X500?
    What is your typical shooting style when using it? Do you do any bursts of frames or shoot one by one ? Any overheat problems?
     
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    I have used the EF-X500 for 3 different photo shoots of my wife, all outdoors and all using it as daylight fill.

    I always use single shot rather than burst and to date have not experienced any overheat issues, I am delighted with the auto HSS capability so I can shoot at any shutter speed (not shot above 1/4000 to date and all has functioned / exposed perfectly).

    These are the links to the 2 other sessions I have done:

    571 Photography: Lady She at the lakes
    571 Photography: Dull day photos
     

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