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hackphotography May 1, 2006 8:39 AM

im always looking for more input on some of my stage work. I tend to do smaller venues with poor lighting. Let me know what you think.

all shot on 20D with a 24-70L



http://www.hackphotography.com/photo...-1007-full.jpg

http://www.hackphotography.com/photo...-1005-full.jpg

MarkString May 1, 2006 2:01 PM

:cool:those are good

Godzillza May 1, 2006 2:11 PM

Those are really great shots Hack.

Were they both hand-held? I ask because there is a noticable shake on thesinger in the first shot, but it's nowhere near as bad in the shot of the guitarist.

Would you mind sharing your camera settings for these shots? I'm planning on trying to tack some pictures at an upcoming student fashion show that will probably present similiar circumstances to this. (i.e. low light, moving subjects, limited view, etc.)

The more I look at the guitarists' expression, the better that picture gets. Caught in the rapture of the musical moment. Very :cool:indeed!

-Greg-

kenmck15 May 1, 2006 2:49 PM

Both shots are awesome but i love the 2nd shot

crop is really good, you have captured a cool pose and done sowell considering its candid.

great capture. Damn you canon dslr owners, i want one:?

Paul(UK) May 1, 2006 3:29 PM

hackphotography wrote:
Quote:

im always looking for more input on some of my stage work. I tend to do smaller venues with poor lighting. Let me know what you think.

all shot on 20D with a 24-70L

Great shots, but I think you need to compensate for barrel distortion on the first one ;)

E.S. Crawford May 1, 2006 10:01 PM

the first subject gives me the creeps!

#2 rocks, though!


scot

hackphotography May 3, 2006 6:20 AM

shots were both done handhelded. ISO 1600, average metering, AI servo.

photoshop work consisted of adjecting layers, black and white points, noise ninja (obviously) some added vignetting and some sharpening.

it's a learning process.....!

RodneyBlair May 3, 2006 6:25 AM

Awesome shots! Thanks for sharing.

Rodney

Mugmar May 3, 2006 8:56 AM

Very cool shots.

I'm guessing the first shot is piledriver:??

Mugmar


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