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Old Feb 20, 2006, 6:20 PM   #1
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I tried out my new TCON 14B at a high school concert last week. I was quite impressed with the way the lens performed in tough lighting conditions. I've made a couple of composites and converted them to b&w so that I can fit them in without making them impossibly small.

Top Left: Yes, the percussionist is swinging a baseball bat at a contraption that was specially built for this piece, a march called "Our National Game." The guy who built it is in the background, framed by his device. Clever guy!

Top Right: The handsome trombone player is my youngest son.

Bottom: A panorama of nine photos I took. The shadow in the middle is some tall guy's head! It's not great as panoramas go, but it captured the event.
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Old Feb 20, 2006, 6:22 PM   #2
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Last one:

Top Left: The pretty flute player is one of my son's best friends.

Top Right: This guy is a senior who will be a college music major next year. He played an interesting timpani solo.

Bottom: My son actually playing his instrument.
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Old Feb 20, 2006, 6:28 PM   #3
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Nice shots Ladyhawk!

The first one of your son is really nice and I'm impressed with the panorama in that tough of lighting conditions.

Looks like your son owns a Blessing T-bone with an F attachment but I could be mistaken about the maker (used to play alot myself)
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nicely done. looks like that "device" in the top left is a piece of wood hung from a bracket, to simulate the crack of the bat on a baseball - something to insertat appropriate moments in the piece, kinda like the cannons in The 1812 Overture...
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