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Shooting as in Photography, not actually shooting a gun :D haha :P

Anyway, im aiming to shoot some portrait shots so should i take my 18-55mm lenses or my 70-300mm. Im leaning towards my 70-300 because of the whole "portrait shots should be shot between 85-100mm" concept. :/

Oh and does anyone know how to (When your shooting) to get a sort of black fading inwards to the face? Or do i add that later in PS? :)


ANDD one last thing, any tips for shooting in the city? Any city? :)

Wish me luck :)
-Chris!
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Phil-Norton Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2008
lots of ways to add a vignette with a filter...I love vignettes! Best to do it post production so you have control and choices.......and tomloth, it dont suck ;-)
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tomloth Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2008
So, how did it go?
Got any nice shots?
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tomloth Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2008
You mean vignetting?
It sucks imho. It can be good in some cases.
But no.

Anyway, good luck, post some shots eh ;)
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Kip0130 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2008
Well for shooting in a city theres obviously people moving things changing so set your shutter speed high as hell?
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MattLew Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2008   Photographer
Bring both. The 70-300 will be for good head shots, and 50mm on the other lens will be good for upper body.
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lemontea Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2008
Good luck! I don't do much shooting, so I probably can't help out there.
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