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    Default Re: Help on Group shot

    Quote Originally Posted by JacePhoto View Post
    Don't use a telephoto lens. Use a wider angle.
    Again... that would depend on how far you are from your subject. Using a telephoto lens can isolate your subject very well.
    I am not a photographer, just someone who happened to have a couple of cameras.
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    This is why being untrained and inexperience is a problem if you intend to try to do work that once in a saner world they ask a full timer to do.

    Dude you own a DSLR how hard is it to get 3 people to give you 1 hour of their time to test it out. This is how full timers learn before they go an take a job in an area they are not experienced in. Best understand what kind of group photo they are wanting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougs View Post
    try searching on flickr or a photography image host website for a football team, see if they have the data on the photo, what aperture they shooting at and all.

    i think they usually focus on the last row of players
    You're referring to this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellery View Post
    This is why being untrained and inexperience is a problem if you intend to try to do work that once in a saner world they ask a full timer to do.

    Dude you own a DSLR how hard is it to get 3 people to give you 1 hour of their time to test it out. This is how full timers learn before they go an take a job in an area they are not experienced in. Best understand what kind of group photo they are wanting.
    Just get 3 of your best friends or family members to pose for you to try lor; they should be ok. If you have a problem with that or you want to experiment without bringing inconvenience to anyone, soft toys or potted plants or trees would do just as well.

    I have this winnie the pooh soft toy that has been my model for so many occasion
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