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Sonic Syndicate (mit Samyang 14mm), The Shiver, Unveilling the Skies (With Fuji X-T10) - Munich 2017

 
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Apr 20, 2017 06:43 |  #1

Sonic Syndicate, The Shiver and Unveiling The Skies at Backstage Halle in Munich on April 6th 2017

I used the Samyang 14/2.8 for the first time live on my 5DIII a couple of weeks ago. Never got to try it before but I wanted more angle than the 24/1.8 but less distortion than fisheye. Manual focus was not really an issue in the end!

Sonic Syndicate

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The other photos, made with Samy 14, Canon 28/1.8 and 85/1.8: http://music.absephoto​graphy.com …e-backstage-halle-munich/ (external link)

The Shiver (Shooted with 5DIII and Canon 28/1.4 - 85/1.8)

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The other photos: http://music.absephoto​graphy.com …r-backstage-halle-munich/ (external link)

And I wanted to try the X-T10 for shooting show.... With Fujinon 35/1.4 the AF is like useless in harsh light conditions or moving objects in Single Spot AF. With Samyang 12/2, I could use it but the Image quality at high ISO was so bad compared to the 5DIII or even the 5DI I used for many show which have a comparable resolution.

Unveiling The Skies

7 Samyang 12mm with X-T10

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8 Fujinon 35/1.4 with X-T10

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The other photos (mainly 5D3 + 28/1.8): http://music.absephoto​graphy.com …s-backstage-halle-munich/ (external link)

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Apr 25, 2017 18:45 |  #2

Wow, what a bizarre shot that third one is - was he leaping backwards off that riser?


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Apr 26, 2017 00:38 |  #3

#2 is excellent, great job with the Sammy. I didn't realize that lens was so good I'll be taking a 2nd look at them. #6 of the girl at the keys is also excellent with the 28m. No kidding on #3 what a crazy perspective.


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May 03, 2017 03:22 |  #4

@BJWOK, yes this guy was jumping from the riser, crazy high!

@BushWacker for concert if you want a 14mm affordable it is really good, the manual focus is really easy to do honestly. 28/1.8 from Canon with a 5D mark I and a 85/1.8 would be the set I recommend to every person that want to do concert photography on FF at a budget.

thanks for the feedback!


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May 03, 2017 13:44 |  #5

I have a Sigma 14m f2.8 that I have yet to use at a concert but I will certainly be taking it to see what I can get. I usually use the Canon 16-35m f2.8 zoom instead but that extra wide angle creates great perspective.


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Sep 08, 2017 03:19 |  #6

hum well, 16 and 14 doesnt make much difference I guess, but I would not use a 16-35, as I can get 1.4 on the 24mm, and I prefer more light


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Sep 08, 2017 17:35 as a reply to  @ Milky7x13's post |  #7

I agree that's why I haven't used the Sigma 14mm yet. I have a Sigma 20mm f/1.4 I use all the time but there is a big enough difference between 14mm and 20mm to make it worth considering let alone the difference between 14mm and 24mm which is quite significant.


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Sep 12, 2017 06:17 |  #8

yeah if you could combine 14 and 20 that would make sense.
Should get the X-T2 this week, I will probably try it at a show over the weekend... hope it does better than the X-T10, this was a huge disappoitment....


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