3 Portraits from last night

Iansky

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We went to a wedding reception yesterday and I took along the GF1+20mm just in case.

I did manage to capture the three images below - all with 20mm wide open and using built in flash, I am very happy with them and once again this camera/lens combination comes up trumps!

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Thanks Ian for this series. Beautiful colors, well captured. shot number two is my fav, mum and daughter ?
 

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Thanks Herman,

No.1 is daughter with her boyfriend
No.2 Mother and daughter
No.3 Daughter in a pensive moment
 

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The combination of GF1+20mm is great - small, compact and reliable and the 20mm works for portraits.

I would love Panasonic to bring out a fast 45mm (f1.8) that is designed as a portrait lens - I have read varying reports about the Panasonic Leica 45mm Macro lens and it's primary function is Macro not Portrait plus being very expensive so I still think there is room for a fixed focal length prime lens.
 

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The combination of GF1+20mm is great - small, compact and reliable and the 20mm works for portraits.

I would love Panasonic to bring out a fast 45mm (f1.8) that is designed as a portrait lens - I have read varying reports about the Panasonic Leica 45mm Macro lens and it's primary function is Macro not Portrait plus being very expensive so I still think there is room for a fixed focal length prime lens.
That is exactly what I am waiting for as well

Nice pictures
- Did you make corners of pictures like that on purpose?
- Post processing or in camera (film) setting?
- I am curious how pictures would have looked without flash...
 
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