Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Two different Portraits

Portrait of a blonde girl A Candid Portrait
So the plan for me at the big greaser meet at Vegabaren over the weekend was to shoot a lot of portraits with the full frame Canon (the 6D), using the Nifty Fifty lens. And to shoot the rest of the photos with the old Canon, using the silent zoom lens. Arriving to the meet I parked my bike and walked in. Immediately surrounded by interesting people and cool cars I reached for the cameras only to realise that I had left the battery to the 6D at home in the charger! Which is why both these portraits of the blond cutie were taken with the old Canon. She was sitting in a car looking a bit bored so I asked her to step out into the sunshine so that I could take a portrait. Earlier in the day I had already taken the candid photo of her.

6 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

What a pretty girl!

William Kendall said...

Very photogenic!

Lowell said...

She encapsulates, I think, the meaning of "Swedish beauty"! Good job, Stefan!

Maria Russell said...

With that kind of radiance any camara would do, I guess...

Stuart said...

Just proves the old saying (although I just made it up), you can't have too many cameras, but you can have too few batteries. Believe me, you are not the first to leave a battery in its charger. Great shots with the "backup".

PerthDailyPhoto said...

She is a beauty Staffe, very pretty portraits!