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Old Jul 21, 2010, 8:06 AM   #21
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These are great and I enjoyed viewing them. Thank you for sharing!
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Thanks for stopping by. It was a fun shooting day.
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Some nice captures here and I agree about the kiss shot being really good.

I would love to see you use more creative settings to give better isolation as it would help your photos pop more by softening the backgrounds also would bring your shutter speeds up for easier freezing of movement.
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Thanks Mark,

I have some I shot at 400iso, that froze the action. I still have not process all the photos.
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Nice set of pictures, really enjoyed being at the party.
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Thanks, it was a good old time. Now if I can only get myself to want to go through and process some more photos. I would post couple more. But I am just feeling way to lazy with the killer heatwave we are having in the northeast.
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We'll wait for you to PP more.
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I shot way to many photos
I have to disagree on this point. Thanks for posting all of these. I am enjoying the series. Very interesting.
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Thanks Griffin,

But I do shoot way to many photos. My camera is only 1 year old, and it has over 40,000 shots taken with it already. To many in burst mode.
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I have some I shot at 400iso, that froze the action. I still have not process all the photos.
It's not just the freezing as mostly that is ok and sometimes some movement is good in dance shots, but the use of a shallow DOF could really work well.
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