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25th of January 2006 (Wed), 23:51
Some shots (http://www.pbase.com/neoterix/havard_taps) of an awesome dance performance at Harvard this past December...
350D, 1600 ISO, and the trusty 50mm f1.8 :)
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 00:16
Vrey nice photos, Anthony!
#1 and #5 are a little too dark for my liking, but you've done a great job there. The 50mm rocks, doesn't it?
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 18:55
Marvelous ... the whole thing looks just astounding!
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 19:28
awesome shots. the colors from the lighting turned out very well.
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 19:48
Great shots. The 50/1.8 is awesome for this situation.
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 21:39
Fantastic shots, amazing stage lighting!
Congrats on the great captures :D.
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 22:44
Great job! Beautiful color, exposures, white balance and poses. :D
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 22:49
Well done. I really enjoy these.
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 23:07
Nice work in tough lighting!
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 23:35
Thanks guys, the comments mean a lot to me :) It was a real fun event to shoot, the colors and lighting were fantastic, and the handful of nice shots I got doesn't reveal the 500+ other shots that didn't make the cut.
Some of the shots are a little dark, but it does kind of reflect the dim lighting. Also, on the first shot, I intentionally kept things on the underexposed side when processing the RAW--I love how it's like a silhouette in the blue backlighting.
The 50mm f1.8 is a great lens, but I can't help but be tempted by the f1.4 version. That it's a $60 lens means it's a great bargain for image quality, but the speed and accuracy of the focusing leaves a little to be desired... There's nothing like a nice USM lens to speed things up a little :)
26th of January 2006 (Thu), 23:45
Wow these shots are so awesome. Great job, I wish my 1.8 would take pics like that :D
27th of January 2006 (Fri), 04:59
Awesome use of the 50mm!
27th of January 2006 (Fri), 05:10
#2 and 4 are awesome! #1 the BG (second person and black 'things') are distracting, in #3 it's really a shame that the hand of the 1st girl is in front of the 2nd girls face. Would have been super otherwise...
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