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Old Feb 12, 2007, 2:15 AM   #1
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Looks like that 50mm f1.8 is working well for you. I would keep a check on the exposure and make sure you are exposing for skin tones rather than anything else. 1, 3, 4 and 6 all look a little dark. Number 2 seems to have focused on the background rather than the subject which is a shame.

Number 7 is good as you have caught this right at the top of the jump with a good pose.

Nice series though and it looks like they had a fun day.
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Looks as if you were able to get real close if you were using the 50mm! My favorite is the first...good capture.

I agree with Mark, they do look a little underexposed, however it doesn't appear that you had much light in this particular venue. Where you shooting at ISO 1600?

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Old Feb 12, 2007, 9:23 AM   #10
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Ah yes, ISO 3200! Man it sucks shooting gymnastics in dungeons. Given the lighting conditions I think these came out pretty well. #3 IMO came out the best. #1 is a nice capture but it looks like the face was damaged a bit too much by the noise (tough to tell with a resized image).

Good job under very tough conditions!
But I do agree you could lighten most of these up a bit and (and probably add some sharpening)


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