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Fiddler from the 'Old Tyme Fiddler's Concert'

 
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Apr 30, 2005 18:25 |  #1

I went to my 1st 'old tyme fiddler's concert' last night. Thought it would have some good photo ops. I have to admit I didn't know what to expect but it was a blast!
This fiddler was one of the organizers. I shot with either the 85mm f1.2 or 200mm f1.8 all night. This was with the 85 @ f1.6 1/250 iso=200 with a 1d mkii.

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Apr 30, 2005 18:34 |  #2

Very nice!




  
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Apr 30, 2005 18:36 as a reply to  @ Vetteography's post |  #3

There a fun group to watch and hear. Love the photo.


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Apr 30, 2005 19:04 |  #4

Nice pic.

Did you blur out the background in photoshop?


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May 01, 2005 08:13 as a reply to  @ DocFrankenstein's post |  #5

DocFrankenstein wrote:
Nice pic.

Did you blur out the background in photoshop?

lol, no except for cropping this image was converted from raw in CS & that's all. The dof of the lens at the distance I was shooting is very narrow - his face is actually moving out of the zone of apparent sharpness. Here is another from the concert shot with the 200 f1.8.
This was shot at f2.5 & the dof is also very narrow.

Thanks for the comments!

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