Pro Portraits

I spent some time at the weekend trying out some different shots with the Pro Lens.

I shot some long exposure shots (mainly cause I thought I ruined my new ND filter but hadn’t (phew!)).

I also shot some close up work of the flowers in the garden which turned out nice and sharp.

I’ve not shot any self portraits for a while so decided to set up the camera with the Pro lens to see how it fared as a portrait lens.

I took various shots at different focal lengths and a few close ups.

I’m very impressed with the results. The photos are very sharp and the natural light gives these shots some nice lighting and warmth.

Just a shame about the subject 😉

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