Dancer in the dark / II

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I made a second try on another dancing performance.

The very last 2 photos in this series, which one stands better? Can you guys help? Thanks.

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Well, I quite like 1, 4 and 5 ... the last two don't speak to me that much, neither of them. Sorry.
 

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The better of the last two is the lst one since it has no motion blur, but the composition is unbalenced and lacks a main focal subject.

Of all the others I like #1 with the light shining through the dress. The motion blur isn't so obvious in this one like it is in the others.

Were you using a telephoto lens? If you get to re-shoot at some time try using a fast (f2.8) wider lens (28mm?) This will enable you to use a faster shutter speed and the wider lens will help to reduce the blur.
 
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Thanks for all your suggestions.

The camera is Lumix FZ 7. I can only go down as low as FZ 2.8. ISO I think it was 100. Now I come to believe my fault was more to do with the mismatching shutter speed. I didn't adjust promptly and just kept Simple Mode setting.

I'm still not acquainted well enough with my Lumix camera, so I need to practise more.

PlasticSpanner, I recut the second last photo, hope now it looks more balanced.
 

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