in the theater

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  1. Pure

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    Taken today from my school's fall play, Ducks and Lovers.
    Only lighting was that of the stage lights.
    Used a Nikon D90 w/ 80-200mm f/2.8 w/ monopod.
    All images at f/2.8.


    Any comments are much appreciated!

    Looking for comments on exposure, composition, etc.

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  2. mooney101

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    I think their great.:wink: Nice Job!
     
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    yup no real complaints, exposure looks good on them all. Only little thing is the cut off feet on the first one.
     
  4. Pure

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    yea, pissed.

    I'm going again tonight to see if I can do a few more shots.
     
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    By the way, none have post-processing.
     
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    Agreed: some nice shots! Especially since there is no PP involved.
     
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    Wow! You did excellent considering the lighting in a theater. I am seriously impressed.
     
  8. Pure

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    Thanks guys, I really appreciate it.

    It took me a few shots to get control of the lighting, especially with some parts really dark that were out of the stage lights, and some that were in the in the bright light.

    What a pain. Finally found a good contrast though!
     
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    BLAH.

    Anybody think any of these are over exposed?
     
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    Nope.
     
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    Same here. I think they are pretty good overall. Theater shots are pretty tough.
     
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    All that DOF with just a monopod! I'm jealous! Mine would have been all blurry.

    Nice work!
     

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