View Full Version : Hairbanger's Ball @ Joe's 11/4/06
6th of November 2006 (Mon), 19:11
Hey people, my first picture posting, and my second ever concert shoot. Using a Rebel XT with a 50mm 1.8 and a 75-300 4-5.6. A little levels adjustment and sharpening in PS. C&C welcome and encouraged!
The rest are here:
Please tear them apart!!!
7th of November 2006 (Tue), 15:55
Welcome to POTN. Not much to tear ... they're pretty good for the equipment and light. The drummer image is particularly good.
7th of November 2006 (Tue), 22:00
I like what you managed to fit into the framing of each image...
Your selection for posting shows some thought to framing, colors and composition...
sooner than later, you'll be considering an additional lens for club venue photography... you've got choices of the super sharp primes or the versatile zooms...
keep posting here so we can continue to sit back, and check the show out...
8th of November 2006 (Wed), 06:00
Pretty good. I would crop off the 'whatever it is' in the lower left corner of the drummer shot.
Then again, I would have cropped all images to a 2:3 aspecrt ratio, but that is a personal fetish, left over from my slide days...
8th of November 2006 (Wed), 12:06
tough conditions so very nice work ;)
and of course welcome to the forum.
8th of November 2006 (Wed), 12:19
definitely very nice work for yr 1st go.
8th of November 2006 (Wed), 13:13
Thanks to all of you! Yes, John, I'm absolutely wanting more lenses! I'm actually a musician by trade, and we tend to have a sickness called GAS: Gear Acquisition Syndrome, where you're flipping through catalogs, creating mental wish lists, and looking around the house to see what you can sell to get the necessary cash. I'm finding that photography is no different! Unfortunatley, my wife is in the mortgage business, and she doesn't suffer from GAS at all! And she pays the bills! So until I can start making money from this new-found 'hobby,' no more lenses! :mad:
But new lenses smell so nice...
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