Mr_serrano
Mr_serrano

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Behind The Lens

Location
This shot was completely unplanned. I had my my new camera with me and asked my friends if anyone can meet after work to experiment with my camera. My friend then took out his baseball bat in the parking lot to capture the motion. The best shot was not capturing the motion of the bat, but stopping it in this exact moment
Time
This was at 7:30pm Eastern time. The sun was setting
Lighting
This is 100% naturally lit with no obstruction of the sun setting. The sun was directly to my models left side during this picture
Equipment
Canon EOS R Mirrorless With RF24-105mm f4 zoom lens. This was at 40mm at f/4
Inspiration
My inspiration for this shot was simply to experiment with motion through different settings on the camera.
Editing
Yes there was some post processing with this shot through lightroom. I focused mainly on highlighting the details of the bat and the model while keeping the coloring natural to what was captured. I touched up some of the models face to remove blemishes
In my camera bag
The only equipment I have currently besides my bag and strap is my EOS R with the RF24-105mm f4 lens and a tripod
Feedback
Best advice is to keep messing with the settings and learn what to expect with the outcome. This particular photo was at f/4, 1/100’s, iso 160 at 40mm on lens

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