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Old Apr 21, 2015, 9:25 AM   #1
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Default E-M1 takes the ZD lenses 9-18 & 14-54 to prePROM shoot

Apr 18 .. I had a great time doing the prePROM photos for our granddaughter and some of her friends.

It shows I have little experience doing people but it surely was fun trying.

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Old Apr 21, 2015, 12:37 PM   #2
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Very nice set and beautiful young people

It is funny to see that some of the dresses match to flowers
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Well done Bob. I thought the photos were spot-on. Realistic skin tones and good detail.
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Very nice Bob.

How did you light the staircase, or was it a tripod-mounted shot at a slow shutter speed with no lighting added? If you used flash, it was an excellent, even lighting job as I see no real shadows.
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I did use the FL-50 w/Demb 4.5 inch, handheld....... Flash usage is my least experience and this one turned out 'lucky' for me @ 11mm, ISO 320, f/4.3, 1/90 sec
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Ah! those Demb bounce attachments do work very well.
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Gilles, Steven & Greg .... thanks y'all, I appreciate your comments.
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