My Feeling - photo seriesReviewed by Edmehravaran on Dec 26Rating: 5.0My Feeling – photo seriesMy Feeling – photo series is a project that I made in Berlin-Germany in 2019. story of a woman who has pain, maybe love pain or maybe life pain. the important thing is that I was felt her feelings.

My Feeling – photo series

My Feeling – photo series is a project that I made in Berlin-Germany in 2019.
story of a woman who has pain, maybe love pain or maybe life pain.
the important thing is that I was felt her feelings.

 

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My Feeling – photo series
My Feeling  - photo series
My Feeling – photo series
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My Feeling
My Feeling

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My Feeling

 

My Feeling

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

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My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

 

My Feeling

“Photography for me is not looking, it’s feeling. If you can’t feel what you’re looking at, then you’re never going to get others to feel anything when they look at your pictures.”Don McCullin

technical description of this photo series

The Camera that I used

Camera: Canon 6D

Developed for users wishing to effortlessly enjoy the high image quality afforded by a 35 mm full-frame camera, the Canon EOS 6D features a lightweight, compact body design, making it ideally suited as the next-step model for entry-level SLR camera users or as a secondary camera for advanced-amateur enthusiasts.

Incorporating a newly developed approximately 20.2-megapixel 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor, the Canon EOS 6D delivers the impressive background image blur unique to full-frame cameras while also realizing a maximum continuous shooting speed of approximately 4.5 images per second. By combining the newly developed CMOS image sensor with the high-performance DIGIC 5+ image processor, the camera realizes a wide dynamic range with exceptional color reproduction and rich gradation. Furthermore, the 6D offers a maximum ISO setting that has been expanded to 25600,*1 which can be extended to 102400, making possible high-quality image results with reduced noise even in low-light environments.

Featuring a body that weighs approximately 680 g, making it the world’s lightest*2 35 mm full-frame digital SLR camera, the EOS 6D enables effortless handheld shooting and contributes to the expansion of imaging possibilities. By reducing the size of the shutter unit, mirror motor drive, and CMOS sensor package, the model is the same approximate size and weight as the EOS 60D (released in September 2010), which employs an APS-C sensor.

The Canon EOS 6D’s built-in wireless LAN function3 allows the capture, playback, and sharing of still images and video to be performed wirelessly. Still, image and video data can be sent to devices that support a Wi-Fi connection, such as smartphones, PCs and Canon-brand cameras4 and printers,5 as well as DLNA-compatible televisions6 and the online photo service Canon iMAGE GATEWAY7. The EOS Remote8 application for smartphones supporting Wi-Fi enables the 6D to be operated remotely, allowing users to confirm the camera’s Live View display and capture still images from a smartphone. Furthermore, still, images (JPEG) saved in the camera’s memory card can be transferred to a smartphone.

*1 Maximum ISO sensitivity during video recording is 12800.
*2 Among digital SLR cameras incorporating a 35 mm-equivalent full-frame image sensor. As of September 13, 2012, based on a Canon survey.
*3 The first EOS-series camera.
*4 Includes models announced after February 2012 that feature built-in wireless connectivity.
*5 Includes printers that support PictBridge (DPS over IP) enabling the use of a wireless LAN.
*6 Requires a wireless LAN access point.
*7 For information on countries and areas supporting CANON iMAGE GATEWAY services, refer to the Canon Web site (http://canon.com/cig).
*8 Although supported by iOS and Android devices, performance cannot be guaranteed on all models.

The Lens

Lens: sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3

Lens: Canon EF 50 mm 1.8 STM Lens

MarketedMay 2015
Original Price19,500 yen
Lens Construction (group)5
Lens Construction (element)6
No. of Diaphragm Blades7 (circular aperture)
Minimum Aperture22
Closest Focusing Distance (m)0.35
Maximum Magnifcation (x)0.21
Filter Diameter (mm)49
Maximum Diameter x Length (mm)69.2 x 39.3
Weight (g)160

The Canon compact, lightweight EF50mm f/1.8 STM offers a fast f/1.8 maximum aperture and a standard 50 mm angle of view, which is comparable to that of the human eye. In addition to maintaining the proven optical design of its predecessor, the new prime lens employs a lens coating that is optimized for shooting with digital cameras to minimize the occurrence of ghosting and flare. Furthermore, it includes a 7-bladed aperture—an improvement over the previous model’s 5-bladed aperture—making possible impressive circular background blur that accentuates the subject.

Equipped with a gear-type stepping-motor (STM) drive, the new EF50mm f/1.8 STM achieves autofocusing that is quieter than that realized by its predecessor. In addition, a full-time manual focusing function* allows users to focus manually after autofocusing, even when the lens is in AF Mode. Delivering enhanced operability, the lens offers a minimum focusing distance of 35 cm and a maximum magnification of 0.21x, allowing users to get even closer to their subjects to make possible a wider range of imaging possibilities.

The EF50mm f/1.8 STM features a sophisticated exterior design with a premium satin-like finish, a distinctive black ring around the lens barrel and a metal mount.

* When camera is set to One-Shot AF Mode.

I am Professional Photographer and Filmmaker Ed Mehravaran