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Oct 29, 2015 22:52 |  #10608

There you have it, some suggestions and opinions, thank you kindly.




  
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Oct 29, 2015 23:27 as a reply to  @ post 17765223 |  #10609

The above photos are band photos taken with a nifty fifty. Have you tried that?


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Oct 30, 2015 00:15 |  #10610
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Frodge wrote in post #17765289 (external link)
The above photos are band photos taken with a nifty fifty. Have you tried that?

I'm lost. Don't see any band photos with a 50. Just 2 pages of 18-250 images.




  
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Oct 30, 2015 05:48 |  #10611

Chevy,
You can open that nifty fifty up a couple stops to get more light in. Most.of those photos look pretty good. There are a couple dark ones. But you are stopped down to 6.3.....you have latitude to get more light to the sensor. There is another photo where you can bump I so up. the pic with the woman with the guitar.... It seems that you aren't using the "triangle" to its fullest capacity. In one circumstance you have too high I so, potentially too slow shutter and stopped down too far. In another pic, yiubhave too low Iso, stopped down a little too far.


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Oct 30, 2015 05:54 |  #10612
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Frodge wrote in post #17765442 (external link)
Chevy,
You can open that nifty fifty up a couple stops to get more light in. Most.of those photos look pretty good. There are a couple dark ones. But you are stopped down to 6.3.....you have latitude to get more light to the sensorsensor.

I believe the 18-250 is wide open at f/6.3 @ 230mm.

Aperture sure is the answer here. Using f/1.4 - 2.8 would allow big drops in ISO and a bit more shutter speed.




  
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Oct 30, 2015 06:08 as a reply to  @ Frodge's post |  #10613

Thank you sir, perhaps may i have your email address so i can send you a few photos, maybe one at a time so I can try an understand what you are telling me to do, thank you kindly, regards
mine is dunrite.minnesh@gmail.​com
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Oct 30, 2015 06:28 |  #10615

You basically should have the lens wide open or close to it in situations like that so you can keep shutter speed up and iso down.


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Oct 30, 2015 06:54 |  #10616

there are several good 24mm and 28mm 1.8 lenses or even the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC HSM Art.


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Nov 01, 2015 10:32 as a reply to  @ DutchinCLE's post |  #10617

gentlemen.. now i think i am in more trouble that i was in before..
because of the lens that i already have , my research pointed me in the direction to up grade my camera body, i have now got the 70 D mark two
i thought that my 600d was complicating, i have not the faintest idea how to set up this camera for my type of photos. i know this is a learning curve for me, is there a friend out there that perhaps can assist me with set up of camera , thank you




  
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Nov 01, 2015 16:49 |  #10618

Chevy wrote in post #17768010 (external link)
gentlemen.. now i think i am in more trouble that i was in before..
because of the lens that i already have , my research pointed me in the direction to up grade my camera body, i have now got the 70 D mark two
i thought that my 600d was complicating, i have not the faintest idea how to set up this camera for my type of photos. i know this is a learning curve for me, is there a friend out there that perhaps can assist me with set up of camera , thank you

70DmkII?? Do you mean 70D or 7DmkII??


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Nov 02, 2015 05:41 as a reply to  @ TLCH723's post |  #10619

sorry sir its a 7 D mk 11




  
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Nov 12, 2015 15:40 |  #10620

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