Sri lanka cam fun salad online dating

15-Jul-2017 04:57

A stackable dinnerset, mainly intended for restaurants.

One saucer fits all and the cups have handles that are stable in your hands.

The 16-35mm f2.8 gives a wide-angle perspective which helps me show the surrounding elements around my subject, thus helping to tell the viewer more about my subject.

A Negombo fisherman filtering through fish from his net from the morning catch.1/200th | 16mm | f2.8 | ISO 200 A lady harvesting tea leaves in Haputale.16mm | 1/2500th | f2.8 | ISO 400The wide 24mm f1.4 can give either an enviromental portrait (showing the subject with his/her surroundings) or getting an up-close portrait giving the photograph much more intensity.

A wheat farmer gathering his crop near Dambulla, Sri Lanka1/2000th | f1.6 | ISO 50A Tea Plucker in Haputale, Sri Lanka1/800th | f2.8 | ISO 400This is my most ostentatious lens. If you would like to look like a professional photographer this is the lens to buy, subtle it is not.

However it is great for portraits when you can't, or don't want to, get too close to your subject.

A Man carrying sacks of potatoes in the wholesale market in Dambulla, Sri Lanka1/60th | f1.6 | ISO 400A man carrying bags of small red onions in the wholesale market in Dambulla, Sri Lanka1/60th | f1.6 | ISO 800This lens is the workshorse for my wedding photography.

It enables me to be a good distance from my subject and the focal length gives a close comparison to what we see with our eyes- making it easier to compose.

The country is extremely photogenic – make plenty of beautiful photos and collect them in a photo book!Canon 5Dmk III, Mac Book Pro 15inch, 16-35mm f2.8, 24mm f1.4, 50mm f1.2, 85mm f1.2, 70-200mm IS f2.8, 24-70mm f2.8, 100mm f2.8 MACRO, Giotto Carbon Fibre Tripod, 580EXII, pocket wizards, LEE filters plus other bits and pieces.