Band Photography

Discussion in 'General Critical Analysis' started by Rebecca V, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. Rebecca V

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    I usually use a film SLR for band photography. This past tour I decided to use my digital SLR. I feel like the photos in the whole set could use something more. But I don't know what. This is what I feel is the best photo from the set.





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    It looks good to me - how did you manage to get such a steady shot with all those people crowded round you? Especially as I expect the lighting situation wasn't ideal..?
     
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    I get photopasses every year from the band. So no crowds of people :) And yea the lighting is the worst, you're not allowed to use a flash. However, sometimes that makes the photo look cooler. I have a few from my film SLR that I think are awesome just because of the color. But I dunno, this one is nice but it doesn't have the same feel as the ones in the past. Its hard to explain. :/
     
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    how did u get this picture with no flash? i don't understand? they must have good lighting to begin with.
     

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