First portrait with GF1/45 2.8

Discussion in 'Street, Documentary, and Portrait' started by Ranger099, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. Ranger099

    Ranger099 Mu-43 Rookie

    Oct 10, 2010
    New to mu-43 from DSLR (most recently owned a 7D and assorted lenses). Loving the GF1 - 45 2.8 for portraits - here's one of my first shots. My daughter heading off to the homecoming dance:

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  2. Bill Gordon

    Bill Gordon Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Lovely.....I like the adds to the comp
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  3. Ulfric M Douglas

    Ulfric M Douglas Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Mar 6, 2010
    Very good.
    We can see the excitement!
  4. Ranger099

    Ranger099 Mu-43 Rookie

    Oct 10, 2010
    Thanks for the kind words.
  5. Bill Gordon

    Bill Gordon Mu-43 Top Veteran

    ............and........I forgot to say....just a beautiful young lady...I am sure you are proud of her!!
  6. Amin Sabet

    Amin Sabet Administrator

    Apr 10, 2009
    Boston, MA (USA)
    Wonderful - one of the nicest portraits I have seen from this lens. Thanks for sharing!
  7. Iconindustries

    Iconindustries Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Gee whiz, congratulations. You have a beautiful daughter and a beautiful picture. You've certainly brought out the best in her, love it.

    That lens has a nice bokeh aye. I've never really considered this lens before but it seems to be razor sharp considering how clear the tiny wisps of hair it shows.


    PS. I forgot to welcome you! Hope to see you around:)
  8. Ranger099

    Ranger099 Mu-43 Rookie

    Oct 10, 2010
    Thanks so much for the second round of kind words. :smile:
  9. JoepLX3

    JoepLX3 Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Jun 13, 2010
    I am very sorry to say, but probably this is not going to improve much...
    - Really nice!!!

    The tilt / OoF background gives me a hint of outside in be back / front yard and doesn't distract too much at all, IMHO a good balance.

    Your daugher is beautiful (of course) and a decent smile (could maybe be slightly less tense), but the twinkel (light reflection) in her eyes is simply great.
    - Composition wise I would consider to crop a little from the bottom and after looking at it a little longer a little space on each side of her shoulder would also be worth considering, but don't know how it would work with the nice tilt.

    Either way: great portrait!!!
    - Thanks for sharing

    PS: Did you do this tilt on purpose? Really nice aspect!