My first post. My daugther Palo

Brian Mosley

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Thanks for sharing Enrique, people say that 4/3rds sensor cams lack shallow depth of field - but for head and shoulder type portraits, a 40+mm fast prime lens is all you need!

I'm going to dig out my Hexanon 40mm f1.8 pancake lens for some portrait fun :biggrin:

Cheers

Brian
 

Enrique

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Agree with you Brian, I don´t need more bookeh, and deep of field for me is ok. I´ll wait for your portraits
 

Enrique

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Hi Iconindustries, I processed in colour with PSE and them I usually prefer To use the BW conversión and profiles. I just choose I profile and modify the levels of red, green , blue and contrast .
 

Brian S

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Beautiful portrait. My daughter is my favorite subject as well. My wife puts up with being a model "sometimes", but Nikki still loves it.
 

Enrique

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Thank you Brian S. I like portraits. My daughter, my wife and my doggy-daughter are my favourite subjetcs also¡¡
 

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Like this shot!.
You're a lucky man. My daughters are very elusive when I try to shot them...
So you're using manual focusing lenses on your EP-1?.
I got some adapters for my G1 and I'm curently trying some M42 lenses (including a bellows), and some Tamron Adaptall-2.
The Konica Hexanon AR series are a must as Brian pointed out.

Jes.
 

Enrique

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Hi Jesito, Thanks for your comments. I usually shoot my daughter, but as they grow old, everytime is more difficult¡: Ye I have an OM adaptor, and the manual focus work nicely with EP1.
 

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There is nothing quite like having a really nice photograph of one's child, no matter at what stage of their life. And I think it's especially wonderful if you actually take the photograph yourself.

Thank you Enrique for this. I hope to capture my own daughter with my new E-P2, when I get to see her again.
 

Enrique

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Thank you BB. You are right. I have an huge collections of pic of my daughters at all ages. I ave to recognice that I enjoy shooting them and feel very proud of them.
 
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