michael andrew (09.09.08, 11:41 PM): Hey Scott- Thanks for the comments, I really, sincerely appreciate it. The lens was a 24mm 1.4, most of the ISOs were in the 400-640 range. Edavis- with practice, YES!
Elsie (09.09.08, 9:17 PM): I think Mike's using a 24-70 2.8L. Am I right?
Chase (09.09.08, 7:07 PM): On govorit po russkii....(Russian)
edavis (09.09.08, 4:21 PM): Those are some amazing photos Mr Andrews. I am a begginer at photography.. just got my Rebel Xsi and loving it.. I also visit your forum ALLOT.. Your blog and forum have both become my photography bible. I Have one question.. do you think i will ever become good at photography ?
Scott Roeben (09.09.08, 11:43 AM): Oh, and thanks for making me feel like a dwarf! Hey, faithful readers, how about some Michael Andrew trivia?! What language, other than English, does Michael speak?
Scott Roeben (09.09.08, 11:42 AM): And what ISO? There's no discernible noise at all...and these were very low-light situations. Wow.
Scott Roeben (09.09.08, 11:40 AM): I forgot to mention...not a single shot in this bunch was aided by a flash. Which means Michael has a rock-solid grip and stance, in addition to the amazing eye for backgrounds and poses. Michael, which lens was that again? There goes my economic stimulus check!
Ulaganathan (09.09.08, 10:48 AM): outstanding photos
Alexandra (09.09.08, 10:31 AM): I agree with Scott, Michael is such an amazing teacher! Michael, hope you are feeling better. When are you coming back to Dallas?
Scott Roeben (09.09.08, 1:24 AM): Michael, I'm speechless! What an amazing gift for me and my significant other. You can make anyone look like a model, even if they're genetically challenged like me. For your other readers, I've now seen first-hand what an amazing, inspired teacher Michael is. I learned more in an hour of strolling around a hotel than I have in a multitude of books and classes. Thanks again, Michael. There's no way to express our thanks for the impromptu session.