First set post, concert in Dallas

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  1. Just Jack

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    please critique! I hope someone thinks they suck and will have some helpful constructive criticism
    All I've got to take photos with currently is a Canon Powershot A620 which is a P&S camera but it has a good amount of manual options. I tend to stick to manually adjusting white balance, aperture, shutter speed, ISO, and focus (unfortunately all controls are digital).

    I took these from the pit of 2007 Smashing Pumpkins concert in Dallas
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    Nice set of images and very good for a P&S camera.

    Next time, don't put up so many images as people tend to pass over threads like this without commenting. Put up 3 to 5 images and you'll get more responses. Include the shot data/info too.
     
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    Princess Mononoke!

    I do try to limit myself though I guess I have trouble picking so few.

    What exactly do you mean by shot data/info? As for exactly what settings I had, I can't recall for certain as it was over a year ago.
     
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    Shot data - just the camera settings used and anything else related to the shot (tripod used, off-camera flash, etc...)
    The exif is intact for these images. You used a Canon PowerShot A620 and Photoshop CS3. The aperture and shutter speed info is there, but not the ISO...that's weird.
     

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