Kids in Marching Band

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  1. bkdonnelly

    bkdonnelly TPF Noob!

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    Looking for feedback on the first pic, help with the second (maybe help with both?)

    The first was taken from the sideline during a high school marching band show. Cropped slightly, bumped up the contrast in PS a bit.
    (Camera=Canon D30, Lens=Canon 70-200 F4 L USM, Shutter=1/1250, F4.0, ISO=200, Focal Length=200.0 mm)
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    The second, of freshman brother and senior sister, was posed on a very sunny day. I tried using a flood pointing up to reduce the shadow on their faces from the shako brims, but no dice. Would a slave flash on the ground at my feet have enough punch to take away the shadow without making the rest look overexposed?
    (Camera=Canon D30, Lens=Canon 70-200 F4 L USM, Shutter=1/800, F4.0, ISO=100, Focal Length=200.0 mm)
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  2. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    #2 would require two-fill flashes right? Because they looking in slightly different directions?
     

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