Here's my answer to my own question about how to shoot toddlers, LOL... Asleep.
Anyway, I just took these yesterday and since I mentioned that white balance is difficult for me, I wanted to see which WB you guys think is more correct, or neither? Also, it was pretty dark, so I used ISO 1600 as opposed to shooting wide open... Do you think 1600 is too high? I always tried not to go that high, but I'm not sure...?
All shot with my 50mm lens.
ISO 1600, f/3.5, 1/125 sec - WB set to "White fluorescent" setting
ISO 1600, f/3.5, 1/100 sec - WB set to Auto
So are either of these WB's close? I feel like the auto might be too yellow, but the WF might be too blue?
Also, I'm curious what lens(es) you guys like for when you're close to your subject. Many of these, I felt like I had to chop limbs I didn't want to chop because they were laying on my couch and so I couldn't get too far above them or away from them.