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Portrait photoshoot with Canon 55-250mm lens

Portraits play a major role in any photographers life, it is very important because, it will portray the expression from the figure to the frame, and also the ability of the photographer in doing that.


Sigma 70-300 Vs  Canon 55-250mm
I was using a 18-55mm lens, but I need something more so I planned to buy Sigma 70-300 lens, but it did not have an image stabilizer in that. Any way buying a Canon will always be good and worth.
I tried this 55-250mm from canon with IS, I thought its just 50mm less but all my photos are very stabilized and a S$100 lesser so I can invest in a speedlite /Flash gun. So I bought the 55-250mm Canon lens.

Portrait photoshoot with Canon 55-250mm
I took my Canon 55-250mm for the outdoor photoshoot, and it was amazing, I have not done such shots anytime in my life. Check the below pictures from Canon 500D and Canon 55-250mm...





comment 3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing your experience, I will go for Canon 55-250mm.

Thanks
John

TOKO TAS KEREN on April 26, 2012 at 5:13 PM said...

I wondering that we need to step back when we are taking a portrait photograph with 55mm focal length? how far is the closest distance between you and your model?

dimzPhotography on September 1, 2013 at 8:18 PM said...

Thanks for review, it was excellent and very informative.
thank you :)

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