Musicians Astrid & Ingunn from Biri (Norway) needed new photos for promotional use, and I was glad to help. These pictures were shot at Eiktunet in Gjøvik a summer afternoon filled with all kinds of weather.
The equpment used was my Canon 60D camera, Sigma 17-70 and 70-300 lenses plus the Nissin flash with an extender cable. They wanted a dreamy look and pictures they could use for different occations. And of course something that reflected their beautiful, simple songs. Have a look in the gallery below and be sure to check out their music at Facebook and at the blog.
These as well as a few older pictures are now up on my Flickr profile. Connect!
I have observed that in video cameras, exceptional devices help to maintain focus automatically. Those sensors connected with some cameras change in in the area of contrast, while others use a beam involving infra-red (IR) light, specifically in low lumination. Higher standards cameras often use a mixture of both methods and will often have Face Priority AF where the camera can ‘See’ a new face while focusing only on that.