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Natural Light 50mm Portrait Photography Tips


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  1. Jessica,

    You mentioned about taking a "test shot" ….this was at 1:49 or so with your brother.

    You "evaluated" the shot.

    What did you do at that point?

  2. It's so difficult with non models. Sometimes they look so good, such as this one, he's got what it takes: the face, the body the height … But the lack of attitude makes it so difficult and really awkward when they have so much potential.

  3. think about the internet disconnecting… lmao ;)

  4. SheDragon Liontamer

    Wouldn't it be nice if you were good looking so you could just stare off into the distance or not smile and take really good pictures.

  5. i like how you dont pooh pah using a 50mm even with a non cropped :-p though quite a big lens. I just got the 50mm 1.8 STM i had the 50mm 1.4 (still do) but had some autofocusing issues the 50mm 1.8 is great. sharp and fast to focus! and light weight great for the canon eos m3!

  6. What was your ISO?

  7. Pawel Pentlinowski

    Hey Jessica

    Really cool stuff you've got here. Found your first video yesterday and already watched… not sure how many but a lot…
    Will definitely be looking forward to seeing new episodes.
    You rock girl. Thanks for inspiration on my new work.

    Best regards
    Pawel

    P.S.
    Yes it is a bit disturbing when you bang your touch pad on your laptop while editing photos 😉
    Anyway, peace out and good luck!!!!!
    

  8. 50mm on a full frame for portraits… WHY?

  9. Thanks Jessica! Continue your work, you're doing amazing 

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