The Security Lady !

Uploaded 26 Feb 2012 — 2 favorites
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© William Dillard
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UploadedFebruary 26, 2012
TakenFebruary 25, 2012
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D
Exposure1/30 sec at f/1.2
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length50 mm
ISO1250
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  • William Dillard

    William Dillard said (26 Feb 2012):

    I was really just testing my 50L lens with the ST-E2 focus assist in very very low light using the center focus but as it happened I thought she looked really cute so I decided to post the pic.
    I seldom use center point for focus when being this close up because of the reptutation of the 50L and the famous problem of focus-shift. In very low light one does not have a choice but to use the center point if you are shooting wide open with the help of a infrared focus system because it is useless on any other focus point and the lens will hunt ! I noticed this when shooting in a night club.
    Perhaps the ST-E2 fixes the problem of focus shift. I took several pictures of her even closer than this wide open and I did not notice any focus shift and I used the center point. I focused very quickly also. Almost as fast and perhaps just as fast as shooting in daylight. It might not look that dark here but it was !

  • Regenia Brabham

    Regenia Brabham gave props (27 Feb 2012):

    Excellent night shooting. I have not used a lens yet, that did not have an issue with focusing at night. It is very difficult to get the focus lock to work as well. Manual seems to work best but then again, it is hard to focus manually in the dark. She is beautiful and this is a wonderful portrait.

  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins   gave props (20 Apr 2013):

    Love the fact that you got a beginning of a smile from this lady. You can see it in her eyes. GREAT bokeh too!

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