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Portraits with mirrorless

Vlad_IT Vlad_IT

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Vlad_IT Silver Member Nikonian since 21st Sep 2011
Fri 30-Apr-21 10:05 AM | edited Fri 30-Apr-21 10:20 AM by Vlad_IT
Hello folks. Posted this question in another place but no answers yet. This seems to be the most active forum for Z cameras. I was asked to take graduation pictures/senior portraits. Incidentally just received Z7ii. As I have two bodies now, I’m planing to use both. Feeling that best approach is to pair z7ii with 24-70 f2.8 S for more details in group images and 70-200 f2.8 S put on Z6ii body. (Want to avoid as much PP as possible, especially in close up, like skin softening and other touch ups).

Can you please let me know if that’s a good approach or better reverse pairing for a more stunning close ups.

PS. For the ceremony I might need an extra reach, then either 70-200 will go on z7ii or even sigma 100-400 will be on stand by.

Thank you in advance,
Vlad
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