Pontardawe Music Festival - The Kilas

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  1. SteveEllis

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    Hey guys,

    I was at ponty music festival this weekend, I was watching a band called the kilas, they were awesome. I was suddenly inspired to run back to my camper and get my kit.
    What do you think? I was shooting with a 300mm on manual, no flash, 1600 ISO around 5.6 apeture. Shot from about 6 rows back in the standing/dancing section.
    How professional do you think these pictures are? If you was a band and a tog supplied these would you be impressed?
    There is next to no post processing on these images as my Lightroom trial has expired :lol:

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    Cheers,
    Steve.
     
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    Not to be really negative, but they're not very sharp and there's some serious color issues here.

    I'm glad you enjoyed the show though!
     
  3. SteveEllis

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    Hi Sw1tchFX,

    Yes I totally agree that sharpness is an issue on these, Ihave made no attempt to sharpen them up yet, they were taken in raw and converted straight to tiff.

    What colour issues are you talking about? There was no flash with these so the lighting is as it was at the show.

    Thanks,
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    I love the 3rd one. The neon green blends well with the subject.
     

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