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Old Aug 30, 2011, 4:14 PM   #11
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G'day Daniel

Spectacular is a good descriptive ... excellent is another
cc- Daniel - I presume you are aware of the dSLR-sensor dangers of using the camera in gigs using laser lights sweeping across the auditorium [and you]

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Old Aug 31, 2011, 4:28 AM   #12
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Lovely pictures. They are incredibly sharp for ISO 1600 - 2000.
Thanks! Glad you like them. Itīs all about getting the right exposure and do a good noice reduction.

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nicely done for me the first set are my favs
Thanks! Cool

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These are spectacular. What stands to me most (besides other great aspects like lighting, focus, and composition) are the colors. Very vibrant. Great shots.
Wow! Thanks VV. Really glad to hear. There was a lot of colours so it was a fun shoot

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Old Aug 31, 2011, 4:31 AM   #13
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G'day Daniel

Spectacular is a good descriptive ... excellent is another
cc- Daniel - I presume you are aware of the dSLR-sensor dangers of using the camera in gigs using laser lights sweeping across the auditorium [and you]

Regards, Phil
Thanks Phil!

I wasnīt aware of that. I donīt think they did use laser light here though. Just some regular cans and spots
Thanks anyway for letting me know. Itīs good to know for future shoots.

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G'day Daniel

Thx for your comment ^
I wasn't suggesting / aware as to whether 'your' group lighting fella used lasers ... just the warning that they kill off dSLR sensors if they strike the sensor during an exposure

For others here ... it seems from other 'togs shooting gigs where "roaming lasers bouncing off the rotating star-ball" are used to highlight things in & around the stage, if the laser strikes the sensor during an exposure, it burns out the sensor pixels, effectively killing off the camera's sensor

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G'day Daniel

Thx for your comment ^
I wasn't suggesting / aware as to whether 'your' group lighting fella used lasers ... just the warning that they kill off dSLR sensors if they strike the sensor during an exposure

For others here ... it seems from other 'togs shooting gigs where "roaming lasers bouncing off the rotating star-ball" are used to highlight things in & around the stage, if the laser strikes the sensor during an exposure, it burns out the sensor pixels, effectively killing off the camera's sensor

Regards, Phil
No worries mate

That was great to know since I`m going to shoot a lot of gigs in the near future, so I thank you for the tip

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