After some delay, here are Irene's photos taken from my 350D.
At first, I wasn't able to make it to the outing. But since there were slight changes to plan, I managed to squeeze this photo session through to my Sunday schedule.
I was inspired by one of Jenny Sun's recent posts in her blog, so, I took this opportunity to test it out. I would like to see how the end result would turn out to be myself.
Jenny uses her 50mm f/1.2 for her shots, and since I don't have a f/1.2 lens, I used my EF 50mm f/1.8 with my 350D instead. My personal main objective is to experiment shooting portrait with widest aperture at f/1.8. Here are some of the results.
Look, Ma! A heart!
Played with bit of desaturation, actually more like blending a black and white layer on top of original shot.
Adjusted the Levels properties.
I used my EF 90-300mm f/4.6-5.6 for this shot.
EF 90-300mm f/4.6-5.6
All photos were taken straight to JPEG, instead of the usual RAW. There were only minimal enhancement added to the photos, e.g. Adjusting levels, exposures, etc. No major alteration was performed.
Up next, some of the blooper shots from this session.