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    playing with expression

    I like playing expression ..and these are my photos using my dad's iphone.
    As for the effect I used "tada" from apple app store.

    Your comments are most welcome. Thanks for viewing..

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    Re: playing with expression

    This is another photo

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    Re: playing with expression

    Cute! You have a unique way of showing your youth on your images. The effects you added seems to complement your shots. I like it! Good job, Febriana!

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    Re: playing with expression

    Hi Mr. Jiro,

    Thank you for your comment ! Bytheway, now I like portrait , what kind of lens that will suit my needs ? I am planning to buy Cannon DSLR ( I like Cannon !) what type do you suggest ?

    Thanks !

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    Re: playing with expression

    Quote Originally Posted by Febriana ayu View Post
    Hi Mr. Jiro,

    Thank you for your comment ! Bytheway, now I like portrait , what kind of lens that will suit my needs ? I am planning to buy Cannon DSLR ( I like Cannon !) what type do you suggest ?

    Thanks !
    I haven't played that much with portraiture, Feb. I'm more into street photography and photojournalistic style at the moment. If you're going to buy a DSLR that has a DX body, then try to find a lens that can zoom up to 85mm, so that would mean somewhere near a 50mm lens. The standard 18-55mm kit lens is not that bad if I am not mistaken. That would suffice for a start. If your parents are going to be more generous and let you have a full frame camera then buy an 85mm f/1.8 lens! You'd be one lucky girl to have that at such an early stage of your photography. Just make sure your grades are up so you can ask them that. Hahaha!

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    Re: playing with expression

    Hi Mr Jiro,

    Thank you for your input. I'll ask my parents for that lens..hope I'd be lucky..

    Have a nice weekend !

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    Hi Fabriano,

    I like your style too, and can recommend the 50mm, F:1.4 for shooting portraits. Its good indoors and in low light and very sharp. For street photography or shooting people unawares I use the 70 - 200mm F:2.8 or the 100mm macro F:2.8. There are plenty of options but it will depend on budget and where you are shooting (in or outdoors) as well as the range. I hope this helps, and I encourage you to keep experimenting, you have a unique eye and talent.

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    Re: playing with expression

    Quote Originally Posted by WJT View Post
    you have a unique eye and talent.
    Very, very true!

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    Great originality and talent, Febriana; I am really looking forward to seeing more. Gillie

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    Re: playing with expression

    Hi Mr Wayne,
    thank you for your info !

    @ Mr Wayne, Mr Buckley and Mr Bengough,
    Thank you for your compliment. It surely gives me spirit to do much more better !

    Have a great Sunday !

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