Mark Ford Neptune Blues Concert

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  1. media310

    media310 TPF Noob!

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    Hi Everyone, glad I found this site. I just purchased a Canon Rebel in June and have been out shooting lots of concerts and sports. I look forward to any and all feedback, I am just learnring!!

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    Seem to work good for me, so any help is GREATLY Appreciated, I have lots of photos to share, I shoot events Daily..
     
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    My advice would be to set a custom white balance for shots like this. As long as they didn't have changing lights. If they were changing the lights frequently throughout the concert, then there's not much you can do. #1's probably my favorite. I like the blue background
     
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    Thanks, can you give me more info on setting a custom white balance? I dont think it would have worked for this show as the lights kept changing from blue-red-green "mood blues lighting"
     

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