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    More low light with the 500d and the 50mm 1.8 ii









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    Quote Originally Posted by iphotoshop4beer View Post
    More low light with the 500d and the 50mm 1.8 ii









    cool band! thanks for sharing!
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    2nd frame-bass player....still needs lots faster shutterspeed to prevent bluring of basic movement (his face).....i always appreciate hi-iso noflash material, its a challenge.. nothing like those indoor club settings to make you appreciate manual mode to give yourself a reality check of hmmmmmmmm, hows the best way to overcome this and get it right
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    I love the lighting, and overall 'feel' of these shots. A little blur doesn't really bother me, but it's an opinion. I think in band shots motion blur is fun, such as the drummers arm. I think I actually prefer the softer shots to the last sharper shot... but many factors go into that. They have a nightlife feel.
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    Thank you for the replies! I liked picture 2 because of the blur as well haha. I started shooting with a 580 and a diffuser at higher shutter speeds but it completely ruined the night time feel.(plus, venues are pretty ugly when they are lit up.) Instead of battling with the ambient light +flash and finding a balance (all the while firing off worthless photos and blinding the band and other photographer ) i went with the ambient light and put the f1.8-3.5 area of my 50mm to work.
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