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OH MY GOSH. My first DD. I can NOT believe this. Really. Thank you all SO much!!!
Suggester Says:"The muted colors with a bright subject really helps focus your attention to the main character of the image and the particles highlighted by the sun bring not only a fall feel but also a majestic tone to the photo. You can't help but feel the love and connection these two are sharing.
An Autumn Dance by =AmbersPhotos (
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Ohh Amber so happy this piece got a DD. the lighting is absolutely stunning! I'm far from a photo pro so I have to ask, how did you manage to prevent the couple from being completely engulfed in shadow? Did you use a flash? XD
No flash here, auuuu naturel. I use the 50mm 1.4. I shoot wide open for maximum bokeh and this lens captures low light amazingly. Part of it is having the sun in the right place which takes some practice or trial and error. The other part is the exposure, because its very easy to under/over expose subjects in this lighting. So for the lighting your working with it takes aperture, iso and shutter speed to play with, because all light is different. The sun in this one was at the lowest in the sky, but there are trees darkening it all too. You can probably find awesome tutorials on the nets too :3
Get a 50mm! They are my absolute favorite. You can get a 1.8 for about 130, I'm thinking your t2i is EF-S lens so yu gotta make sure its EF-S hehe ! AND practice!!! Thats how to learn real good lol its what I did.
Fantastic! I sent you an invitation so it should show up in your messages for you to verify. Groups are just a great way to get your work featured, and noticed by all the deviants who subscribe, or take a look at our page. It's also a good way to expand your audience. You can submit your own work too.
Very nice photo! Very well done! I'm trying to decide if I agree with another commentor in that she should be looking at him, but I think this works better, if she were to look at him you'd lose around half her face, and I think having at least one 'full' face is important for such a shot. Very nice shot! I take it you were using the 50mm 1.2 if you don't mind me asking?
Thank you very much I have other shots as such for the couple as they received an entire collection, this one was my favorite out of them I use a 50mm 1.4. I've been saving a long time for my camera and lens