Re: Speedlight questions
- From: "DBLEXPOSURE" <pzig98@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 20 May 2007 16:06:37 -0400
I just took a look at your site. You've been around. Lots of nice stuff.
The picture captioned: "Ricky Madlocke, Lynyrd Skynyrd"... how did you get
such natural light on the subject with all the stage lighting going on in
the background? How far were you?
Thanks so much for the information and advice.
I think there is another shot in that gallery that will give you an idea how
far I was off the stage, Now I have to guess 150'. That shot was done with
my 5D and a Canon 300mm f/4 L IS USM lens.
Concert light is easy, since you have zero control of the light, you just go
with it, keep an eye on the meter and sort of wing it. I shot the whole
night (mostly) on f/4 and just tried to keep the light meter in the happy
zone. That lens has Image Stabilization and it let me shoot sometimes as
slow as 1/30th and kept it sharp.
Check out the Volunteer Jam shots, there is one of Charlie Daniels and his
lead guitar player in there that I am really proud of.
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