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Festival Ballet's "Sleeping Beauty"

 
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Jun 07, 2004 19:07 |  #1

Last big shoot with the 10D before the MkII arrived.. finally got around to uploading some..

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Jun 07, 2004 19:12 |  #2

Absolutely gorgeious, CDS. You didn't need a new camera.


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Jun 07, 2004 19:12 |  #3

Nice shots CDS! The one of the queen simply rocks.


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Jun 07, 2004 19:46 |  #4

Great shots, CDS.


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Jun 07, 2004 21:18 |  #5

beautiful shots




  
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Jun 07, 2004 23:01 |  #6

Those are some really outstanding photos. Very nicely done.




  
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Jun 08, 2004 00:07 |  #7

WOW, great performance photo's.
I love the angle and would love to see them in poster format :D.

Great work.

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Jun 08, 2004 01:10 |  #8

the composition of the last one is amazing. The first one rocks my panties too, it looks so surreal with the legs blended in the background. Great shots.




  
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Jun 08, 2004 05:18 |  #9

Excellent work CDS. Cannot wait to see results from the MK II


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Jun 08, 2004 05:33 |  #10

These are great CDS. There is a lot to like about a lot of the shots.
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Jun 08, 2004 07:59 |  #11

WOW!! Alll great shots. I like the 1,2& 4 the best. I love all dance photos what a honor to be allowed to photograph this.

Some details, what lens did you use? Were you asked to take photos?

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Jun 08, 2004 09:29 |  #12

Thanks folks! :)

A few answers.. in no particular order..

Eos 10D with 70-200mm f/2.8 IS
ISO 800 or 1600 depnding on lighting, most are AV @ f/2.8

Festival performs on the stage that I manage (Tech Director) and has given me permission to take phots during rehearsals.. Althought these were "dress rehearsal" you can see the mix of full costume and the occasional pair of sweat pants of leggings you'd not see during a perfromance...

Also,. by shooting during rehearsals.. I get some strange environments with unfinished lighting,.. and in many cases obscure backgrounds...

In the last shot above.. the backdrop for the scene had not yet been hung.. thus instead all that we see is a standard white Cyclorama that has been colored with "Cyc" lights.. this happy coincidence gave me an amazing backdrop for many of the shots,.. it worked very well in this case for sure giving a dreamuy effect that the painted castle backdrop would not have.

FYI the "Witch/Queen" is the Companie's Artisitc Director, Mihailo Djuric, ...in drag! :shock: :shock:

He spent much of the rehearsals looking like "Cher"... but in the photos I found the character to be extremely photogenic.. his sense of "drama" clearly visible..

I've not gotten the nerve to send him a print yet.. but I think I should 8)


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Jun 08, 2004 09:43 |  #13

Yes, provide a copy of the Queen shot to the artistic director. It really a great shot. (My favorite of the bunch). The shot seems heavily orange though. The way he is holding his fingers works well with the crown!




  
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Jun 08, 2004 09:55 |  #14

Yes,. the "orange" reflects the actual lighting in use quite accurately..

FYI only the last photo above saw any time in PS..

The rest are either extracted half res jpegs reduced or reductions of Large Fine jpegs with only "ACSsee Auto levels" .. or no level/color adjustment at all... I find ACDSee's autolevels tends to make everythuing far to cool and blue.. so I can't use it often.. like with the Witch photo.

When I'm prepping this many photos for uploading I rarely do any real post processing... so these are mostly straight out of camera other than a crop.

So.. the WitchQueen will get some color tweaking before printing! :)


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