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Old 12-18-2009, 01:40 PM   #1
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Red face Sarah Ashley Photography....

I am majoring in photography right now but I have been into it for about 8 years and I have gotten paid for it for the past 2 years. I photograph a high school prom every year and I plan to do some senior portraits next year.


Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Asahi 50mm
Lighting: One light with soft box to left of subject


Camera: Canon Rebel XT (Converted to infrared)
Lens: Asahi 50mm 1.4 @ f/8
Lighting: sunlight


Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Asahi 50mm 1.4 @ f/8
Props used: Fish tank
Lighting: One light through the left side of the fish tank. I use strobe / flash lighting in my studio.


A self portrait.
Camera: Canon Rebel XT (converted to infrared)
Lens: Asahi 50mm 1.4 @ f/4
Props used: Fish tank
Lighting: One light through the left side of the fish tank. I use strobe / flash lighting in my studio.


Camera: Canon Rebel XT (converted to infrared)
Lens: Asahi 50mm 1.4
Lighting: sunlight


Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Canon 28-105mm
Lighting: Hot lights. One to each side of the subject. (in my school's photography studio)


Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Canon 28-105mm
Lighting: Studio flash light. Dont rember the set up. =/


Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Lensbaby 3g
Lighting: Flash


Camera: Canon 40D
Lens: Canon 28-105mm
Lighting: Studio flash light. Dont rember the set up. =/
(This got into my college's art book)


Camera: Canon Rebel XT (before I had converted it to infrared)
Lens: 140mm
Lighting: natural.


A old film photo from when I was in high school. Taken & developed by me. (I miss the darkroom)

Ill stop myself there but you can see more here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarahashleyphotos & here: http://www.sarahashleyphotos.deviantart.com

P.s. Yay for the new photography forum.

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Old 12-18-2009, 08:47 PM   #2
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Wow.

That last one (the moon) is eerie and beautiful all at the same time.
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Wow.

That last one (the moon) is eerie and beautiful all at the same time.
=D Thanks. Its the oldest one I posted though. They go from new to old.
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Wow, awesome shots!
Do you think Cannon is a better camera than the Nikon or about the same?
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Wow, awesome shots!
Do you think Cannon is a better camera than the Nikon or about the same?
I prefer it because I have always used Canon (& invested in a lot of money in canon mount lenses) though I would not say one is better than the other. I recommend looking at both and learning where the settings are and just get whichever that works for you. I use both though because my dad has a Nikon and if I need a extra camera for a job I will borrow his. Also since you were doing film photography if you had m42 or I think it was F mount lenses then you can get a adapter and use them on your digital camera you will just have to manually focus and manually set the aperture on the lens which shouldn't be too hard for you since you have to do that with film anyway. I use m42 lenses on my DSLRs and they are so much cheeper and as you can see in my photos work just as well.
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Beautiful. I can not wait to get a DSLR. But for now I have the powershot S5IS. I can honestly say that nothing I have taken compares to these.
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stunning work- that sunflower one is incredible!
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great shots! I love the infared pics.
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Absolutely beautiful!
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Awesome! Can't pick of favorite I look forward to seeing more
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