Concert photography

Started Jul 26, 2012 | Discussions thread
boulderdashcci
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Re: Concert photography
In reply to TTMartin, Jul 29, 2012

Yeah, the tripod isn't going to help you much. You're trying to stop their movement, not your own. You can do some kinda cool stuff with a long exposure (without flash to freeze action) but you do NOT want to shoot a whole show like this. I have never used a tripod for this even, usually just resting the camera on the stage or monitors works fine.

10mm, F8, 1", ISO1250

I use ETTL 99% of the time as I don't really understand enough about manual flash power to make it work. I'll go to half or 1/1 when trying to bounce but the rest of the time it's ETTL with FEC.

The 1" / flash I mentioned is just to get the light streaks. To stop action with flash use a faster shutter, over 1/100, and a somewhat high iso so you don't end up with a black background.

10mm, F4, 1/100, ISO800

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