A Few Concert pix...feedback desired =]

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  1. blessedLens

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    hey guys, i'm a newbie with a D50.
    here are a few pics from a Bethany Dillon (Christian artist) concert.

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    any criticisms/suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
    desperately trying to learn and get better!
     
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    I like the black and white one. Also try to tone down the noise. I understand you probably had to use a high ISO indoors, especially at a concert.
     
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    yes, Neat Image will help that out alot.
     
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    i would recommend some . . . different lighting, perhaps get a light off to the side, i understand if you don't have the equipment, but there are ways around it.

    also, colored gels are a concert photogs best friend.

    i like the first shot, how she almost pops out of the background, very nice!
     
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    I like the black and white one as well.
     
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    thanks a lot for the replies!
    yeah i don't really have other equipment
    and my control was pretty limited.
     
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    :wink: The b/w is very nice:thumbup:
     
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    I'd say keep the noise... removing noise only makes the image softer. I'd rather have noise than blurred quality.

    It's asthough noise has suddenly become illegal or something.
     
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    I agree that some noise can actually add to the feel of a picture, but it just doesn't here.
     
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    I agree, I love to take high speed film {iso800} b/w and play with the grain. You can get real creative or real bad pics. Low light is the best I think. I do this now with my dslr set the speed up its not the same but close, if anyone can help me do better I would love to hear it.:banghead:
     
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    Wow, I love that first one. The shadows make it look 3D
     
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    i think the rule is, grain is fine, but noise is strictly prohibited by order of the US government, or something like that... i just wish noise didnt have color
     

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