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May 18, 2007 11:42 |  #1

Dwight, kathy.patterson were in town last month and shot at Caddilac Pizza Pub in Historic downtown McKinney. I didn't shoot any then as I was enjoying the show.

Most of you know Wade and I are headed to Nashville next week for him to perform at the Blue Bird Cafe. Jon Christopher Davis called late yesterday and asked Wade to come and sit in with him. This was a very big honor for Wade as Jon has written with all the big wigs, was a stafff writer in Nashville for 10 years and is very well respected in the biz.

Here are a few shots from last night.

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May 18, 2007 11:47 |  #2

Great shots. I think these really capture coffee shop type performances. I love #3.

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May 18, 2007 11:48 |  #3

sorry...can you list some EXIF for those? SS, F-Stop, ISO, Lens etc?




  
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May 18, 2007 11:58 as a reply to  @ Isaac86hatch's post |  #4
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Nice shots, Chris.

Can't say much for the guitar, though...

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May 18, 2007 12:01 |  #5

Isaac86hatch wrote in post #3227275 (external link)
sorry...can you list some EXIF for those? SS, F-Stop, ISO, Lens etc?

EXIF is embedded in the images.

If you're not sure how to see it take a look in my signature and you can download a viewer that will allow you to right click on the images and get all the detail.

hmmmm...I just checked the data is missing.

These are all shot with the 1D Mark IIn, 50mm f/1.4 Shutter speed around 1/80th in Manual Mode. I used the Exposdisc for white balance. The f/stop was around 2.0 in all of these.


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May 18, 2007 12:02 |  #6

#3 and #4 are superb. Great series.

Congrats on the upcoming gigs, sounds like you'll be having fun.

Thanks for sharing.


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May 18, 2007 12:08 |  #7

Steve Parr wrote in post #3227342 (external link)
Nice shots, Chris.

Can't say much for the guitar, though...

:D

Wade did not have his 615CE with him so he used Jon's Gibson, in the tweed case is my Huss & Dalton brought in case Wade needed it.


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May 18, 2007 13:26 |  #8

I like # two best... The photos are of excellent quality....


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May 18, 2007 22:51 |  #9

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I like # two best... The photos are of excellent quality....

Thanks John,

I don't shoot with the 50mm 1.4 very often, I'm really pleased with the way these turned out.


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May 19, 2007 07:15 |  #10

#2 and 3 are really nice. Last one is a bit too tilted for me. (or maybe the wrong way?)


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May 19, 2007 07:18 |  #11

René Damkot wrote in post #3231112 (external link)
#2 and 3 are really nice. Last one is a bit too tilted for me. (or maybe the wrong way?)

Thaks Rene,

I was wondering if anyone else thought he was falling out of his chair.:lol:


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May 20, 2007 20:31 |  #12

I think they are a tad dark ... warm enough that people were eating outside? #2, 3, & 4 are really nice.


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May 20, 2007 21:07 |  #13

Thanks Dwight,

I'm very pleased with the way these turned out, those are my favorites as well.

I'd agree that they are a tad dark, IMO they need to be to capture the feel and mood of the event. The highlights are exposed properly, I really didn't want to bring up the noise at all by increasing the exposure in pp.

I like the darkness as it does ad a bit of edginess to the images.

I've made the switch to shooting 90% of what I shoot in manual mode. In the last two weeks my images (mostly stuff for the magazine) have gotten at least 20% better.

I've switched to M mode and I use my exposdisc on every shoot. I also purchased a thin Nikon polarizer ($150) and the thing is just incredible on what it does for outdoor shots. I did shoot for one of our advertisers and she thought we faked in the sky. The cool thing was I shot in RAW but did not touch the images, the exposure and levels was dead on.....I think I'm starting to figure this picture taking thing out...LOL


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May 21, 2007 06:18 |  #14

taygull wrote in post #3238600 (external link)
I've made the switch to shooting 90% of what I shoot in manual mode. In the last two weeks my images (mostly stuff for the magazine) have gotten at least 20% better.

and ya'll totally dogged me for shootin M :)


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May 21, 2007 06:21 |  #15

Not convinced by the first and last ones, the background detracts from the images. Two, three and four are much better, two has good emotion captured, 3 is a much nicer view of the venue and four is a nice simple image, possibly shift the mid-tone just a bit to get some more detail back though.


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