Live concert shots

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  1. MyNameIsChris

    MyNameIsChris TPF Noob!

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    I've done a ton of these so I'll only post a select few.

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    A little noisy but I still love it.
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  2. jaharris1001

    jaharris1001 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    very cool !! I love the motion blu here !! I really like the raw energy and power portrayed in #2 !! That shot screams power !! very cool !!
     
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    Nice series. I'll have to say #2 is my fav as well. Way to capture the moment.
     
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    i love how number one turned out. i like using this technique for bands, and i also know how hard it is to make sure you balance between getting the motion and making a clean image. 1 turned out great. very clean, with awesome movement. a pity there are people behinde him, but oh well.
     
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    im interested in photographing concerts, so i have to ask how you get that cool blur effect.
     
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    flash exposure with a slow shutter speed. the flash freezes an image and then the ambient light continues to expose the subject as they move, creating a trail.
     
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    pasteofanchovie TPF Noob!

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    Cool, I'll remember that next time I shoot a concert. Thanks.
     

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