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Great danielswalsh 2006-08-19 7:54

AWESOME Shot John,

This one is going into my fav's for sure. I had a lot of experience a couple nights ago shooting a concert with no flash (ISO 3200), so I really appreciate this one.
Technically superb shot in every way John... well done!
- Dan

P.S.- you can see my low light shots here.

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Old 08-19-2006, 03:00 PM
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Default To danielswalsh: Thanks Daniel

Thanks Daniel for the kind words. I took a couple of frames, but this one came out best. Motion blur and flare from a bright light just out of shot to the right were challenges.
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Default Re: To johnhopkins: Thanks Daniel

I found what worked best for me John was shooting with aperature priority at the lowest F/stop with high ISO.

Probably the same as you- I'd shoot off about 3 shots in rapid succession and take the best of the lot (normally you get at least 1) hahaha.

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Default Re: To johnhopkins: Thanks Daniel

That "Three shots and pick the best" approach sounds like great technique to me ;-) ... especially for these fleating moments when you can't redo the scene.
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