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Em10 and sigma 60mm in cafe just timepass.
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Street potraits of daily wages workers in Mumbai
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My Wife with our new puppy taken with G6 and olympus 60mm f2.8 macro lens
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Taken on my GH4 with a Canon FD 100mm f/2 and an RJ focal reducer, making it a 72mm f/1.4 shot wide open.

The lighting isn't particularly great, with the subject standing in a shadow rather than the sunlight, but it was a spur of the moment photo. I'm pleased with the DoF and sharpness I'm able to get out of this combo wide open, and it only gets sharper when I stop it down to f/2.

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Street potraits with Em10 and sigma 60mm
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Vincent hi , love your potrait work it is top class and even rivaling full frame DSLRs at times . and you have been the reason for me to buy the sigma 60mm . after watching your flickr page and shots from it I got convinced I need this lens . so wanted to say thanks . keep the good work .
 

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Some cinematic style street potraits
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Took some website profile pics of me and some of my office colleagues. Olympus E-M10 and Sigma 60mm f/2.8 DN Art. Great combo!
Posing them was the fun part! I knew from the start that I wanted that high key style with great eyes and directed them to bring out their best gazes (or "squinch").
Ambient light only, since I have yet to build experience shooting with strobes/flash.

The first pic is me, and I took it using a timer and 1-sec interval bursts, and switched pose slightly in between shots. Had to direct myself, which actually was pretty difficult. :)

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PA162693 - Sigma 60mm f/2.8 by Alexander Mosquera, on Flickr

This guy was almost too easy to shoot. He has a natural squinch and the lighting condition was good. Cloudy.
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PA160156 - Sigma 60mm f/2.8 by Alexander Mosquera, on Flickr

The sun came through which changed the lighting. The eyes squinted a bit too much for my taste because of it, but I still like it a lot. He looks super confident IMO.
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PA160182 - Sigma 60mm f/2.8 by Alexander Mosquera, on Flickr

This was shot a bit later in the afternoon. Sun was coming from the side, so we moved to another room to keep the lighting soft.
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PA160203 - Sigma 60mm f/2.8 by Alexander Mosquera, on Flickr

Tried some backlighting with this one. Still, only ambient light (window light only). The backlighting did not turn out as good as the others IMO. It washed out the details and the features of the face, but I still like it. Kinda works as a beauty lighting perhaps.
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PA160238 - Sigma 60mm f/2.8 by Alexander Mosquera, on Flickr
 

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Vincent hi , love your potrait work it is top class and even rivaling full frame DSLRs at times . and you have been the reason for me to buy the sigma 60mm . after watching your flickr page and shots from it I got convinced I need this lens . so wanted to say thanks . keep the good work .
Hey thanks for the kind words! I am a big fan of the Sigma 60 and I can't recommend it enough if you do portraiture. You are definitely putting it to good use with your street portraits! Well done.
 

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Took some website profile pics of me and some of my office colleagues. Olympus E-M10 and Sigma 60mm f/2.8 DN Art. Great combo!
Posing them was the fun part! I knew from the start that I wanted that high key style with great eyes and directed them to bring out their best gazes (or "squinch").
Ambient light only, since I have yet to build experience shooting with strobes/flash.
Awesome work! And I think you chose the right subject for the backlighting :) Also: Sigma 60 rocks!
 

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Took an early morning walk with my wife through a local park. The first image was shot with a Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 on a dumb adapter, wide open, while the second shot was taken with a Canon FD 100mm f2 on an RJ focal reducer, becoming a 72mm f/1.4, shot wide open.

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Took an early morning walk with my wife through a local park. The first image was shot with a Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 on a dumb adapter, wide open, while the second shot was taken with a Canon FD 100mm f2 on an RJ focal reducer, becoming a 72mm f/1.4, shot wide open.

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Beautiful shots , do these lens offer AF with adapter ? Or you used manual focus ?
 

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Street potraits with em10 and 14-42ez
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