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Mar 25, 2012 09:35 |  #586

Great timing on this one!


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Mar 25, 2012 10:00 |  #587

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Thanks bud! tricky? yeah a bit, Concert photography is what I believe I do the best, well I think I have the best grasp on. Soo I was used to it this night.

settings you asked. well I shoot in M mode, constantly spinning the shutterspeed, I rarely look at the exposure meter in the camera screen as I usually know what shutterspeed to select with certain stage lights and brightness. I also never use a flash.

as I posted a bit ago my ISO was either 800 or 1000, wide open at f2.8. AWBalance, I actually only adjusted the WB a few times on a few of these pics in PP, I was surprised how well the 7D did with that this night.
I used evaluated metering, and always shoot in raw. and lots of Lightroom 3 tweaks afterwards to get the colors correct.

Simple haha,

Love doing it.

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Really interesting. What auto focus do yo use? 19 pt, zone, single point etc.? Are you using single shot or servo? Thanks for posting and discussing your process.


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Mar 25, 2012 11:48 as a reply to  @ vorlon1's post |  #588

Another one from the 7D and 400 f2.8 IS L

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Mar 25, 2012 12:33 |  #589

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Mar 25, 2012 13:27 |  #591

^^ love it ^^
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Mar 25, 2012 14:35 |  #593

Abandoned Factory or something.. found it this morning. please give me some feedback!

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Mar 25, 2012 16:45 |  #595

vorlon1 wrote in post #14149579 (external link)
Really interesting. What auto focus do yo use? 19 pt, zone, single point etc.? Are you using single shot or servo? Thanks for posting and discussing your process.

thanks, since this my first time using this Camera in a concert I went with one setting for AF and it was Spot AF CF III 6 where the single point that you select was smaller, my keeper rate was kickazz on that, I'll try single point AF next time and see how accurate it holds the focus. since the point is supposed to be bigger from what I understand.. we'll see

yeah full 8 frames per second in AIservo, never have tried one shot for concerts, I find a lot of cool looks sometimes in full speed bursts. I let the AF track the face and not worry about me refocusing in one shot.
I would have missed moments like this last year
NOTE this was with my 50D and Tamaron 28-75 2.8 :)

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Mar 25, 2012 17:22 |  #597

CaptainSteve wrote in post #14151432 (external link)
thanks, since this my first time using this Camera in a concert I went with one setting for AF and it was Spot AF CF III 6 where the single point that you select was smaller, my keeper rate was kickazz on that, I'll try single point AF next time and see how accurate it holds the focus. since the point is supposed to be bigger from what I understand.. we'll see

yeah full 8 frames per second in AIservo, never have tried one shot for concerts, I find a lot of cool looks sometimes in full speed bursts. I let the AF track the face and not worry about me refocusing in one shot.
I would have missed moments like this last year
NOTE this was with my 50D and Tamaron 28-75 2.8 :)

I thought you were probably in burst mode. I use that mostly, and spot metering and focus also for similar reasons (although from your earlier post, you know your exposures so well you aren't relying on the metering so much). From what I read, a lot of BIF shooters use spot or single point and get good results. I guess there is some similarity to shooting moving targets on stage to BIF's. :lol:


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Mar 25, 2012 17:25 |  #598

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Abandoned Factory or something.. found it this morning. please give me some feedback!

By way of feedback, I would have liked to see the first shot with greater depth of field, because the buildings in the background look interesting, and I would like to see them in focus. Thanks for posting the shots.


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Mar 25, 2012 17:27 |  #599

Amazing shot. How did you capture that, is it a vertical panorama stitched together?


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Mar 25, 2012 17:44 as a reply to  @ post 13981039 |  #600

^^ thanks, nope that is one frame, 70mm on the 24-70.

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