Can't figure out how to focus without a remote. I like this jacket. I need moar ties... heading to Spoo's thread.
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Thanks. I like the sleeves on the jacket, but prefer a slightly shorter jacket. I do like a good long or short wing brogue derby. I'm not a fan of the plan ones. I've been looking in to getting a pair. Probably no time soon. I got the cardigan from Frank and Oak in exchange for doing a review. I think it is quite nice for the price. Better than J. Crew, but on par with Club Monaco. I'm not looking for love on SF. I'm happily married.
Thanks. They're PRL from eBay. It's one of my favorite patterns.
We have discussed this earlier, and I know you don't ask me this time. But I dare to answer this.
For me it is a mix of formality. Jeans are causual and all fine, and french cuff are formal and all fine - but not together.
It's the same with jeans and a coat, it's a mix of formality (and a outworn cliche). Jeans are perfect with sweater, or a leisure jacket, but not together with a SC, since they belong to different levels of outfit and give a contraditory expression. To me it's like sneakers with a suit.
Besides that everyone can wear whatever he wants, imo.
Use manual focus. Make a best-guess setting. Then take the first three or four photos with the same pose, but inching forward a little each time.
Now check to see which position gave the best focus (e.g. for fine detail on tie and PS) and stand in that spot for all subsequent poses.
Another trick is to use narrow apertures (say f11 and higher) to give more depth of field. But you will need more light for this. Or you can up the ISO. Or decrease the shutter speed. Or get a better fucking camera.
p.s. with all this apparent expertise, I still take shite photos. Go figure.
Me like those pants, Pingson. Deets?