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Old Mar 1, 2009, 7:15 AM   #1
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This gym had some natural light coming in some windows on one side and just hps lighting on the other.I had the camera set at 1600 iSO and f as low as possible with the minolta 70-200 mm lense I was using. this was in A priority. I was not using a tripod. The camera super steady shot was set to on. My question is could I have done anything different to make these shots any better with the equipment I was using? I did speak with the Photographer that was hired to shoot the event, and he said he was having problems with the bad lighting as well. The attached picture is one with tho natural light side of the gym.The lense was at full 200mm. I dont know how to post more then one picture so I will do seperate post.
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Old Mar 1, 2009, 7:16 AM   #2
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This one is on the side of the gym with natural light coming through the windows.I couldnt take the picture from lower down due to the glare coming through the windows. So I sat up on top of some stairs and shot looking down. I was only at aprox. 150 mm on the lense.
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