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7/10 - I'm not that experienced with portraits but I would prefer to see either all of his arms or none of them. Also, the rock on the right side is a little distracting when compared with the rest of the background so if possible, I would try to keep the background as uniform as possible to focus the attention on your subject (unless the subject is interacting with the environment around him/her). I encountered some really interesting light last time I was at the beach...
Increasing voltage adds more heat so no. Reset everything to stock and then run a stress test and post your temperatures. That way, we can see if there is something wrong with your setup.
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7/10 - I think a wider angle would add some good perspective to the shot although I do like the effect of a little girl in a big chair I use a Canon 70D. Moar cow!
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@Gobigorgohome I would recommend getting a body that costs around $1,000-$1,250 and then spending the rest on glass. Any body in that price range will be well above your skill level, and I don't mean that in a negative way - that's the case for 90% of people (including me), so you have something to grow into and learn on. Lenses make way more of a difference in image quality than a body and they're something that you will have for years, unlike a body (they also retain...
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Loving it so far. Really fun to play around with such a shallow depth of field. It's taking me a bit of practice to get consistently sharp photos where I want the focus point to be but that's part of the fun
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