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06-14-2011, 12:03 AM   #46
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I've been shooting pretty much exclusively with primes of late, as all I own for the 645D is the 2.8/55 and an older manual 3.5/30

Some from the 55mm










I've only had the 30mm a short time so don't have a lot from this lens to show - it's an Arsat Zodiak 30mm rectangular fisheye.

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06-16-2011, 01:04 PM   #47
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Do dog portraits count?





35mm @ 2.8 on a K-5
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Do dog portraits count?
Of courses they do!
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Here are some I did from my first portrait shoot...
Beautiful model and pictures! Thanks for sharing!

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How about pet + person? A shot from my Single in June album featuring the DA 35mm Macro Ltd.


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How about pet + person?
These seem to make great portraits quite often! Thanks for sharing!
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I've been shooting pretty much exclusively with primes of late, as all I own for the 645D is the 2.8/55 and an older manual 3.5/30
Warped, all I can say about these portraits is wow! They are amazing works of art, with stunning detail, texture - to perfection. All of them. The rectangular fish-eye shots are striking as well.

Fantastic stuff, thanks for sharing mate.

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Beautiful model and pictures! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks ekim89
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Here are some of mine:



Tamron SP 90mm (Adaptall)



Leica Elmarit-R 28mm (V1) - not the greatest for portraits but I love this shot anyway.


Petri 55mm F1.8 (M42)
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No one was around at the house today for portraits and I had no way of getting around town, so the dog was my fill-in subject.

SMC M50mm f/1.7

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No one was around at the house today for portraits and I had no way of getting around town, so the dog was my fill-in subject.

SMC M50mm f/1.7

Wow! That's excellent. Love the light in this one. 1 point for you!
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One from the brilliant FA 31:

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Wow! That's excellent. Love the light in this one. 1 point for you!
Thank you very much! First rep point! Woo!!!
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This is just a snapshot taken with my nothing-special 50 mm. Working on manual focusing and I think it finally came together with this shot and several others!

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Great shot Sonata! Thanks for sharing!
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