Want to find out something from you ppl. Say, Im taking an event shoot for a concert. Its for orchestra. The stage wasnt that big and all I saw was 2 row of top lighting. And the background was cloth. And near to the cloth at the top, there are blue green and red light (Dim lighting)
I shot the performers performing at that time (Full Orchestra). The front was bright enough due to they are sitting under the light whereas the back row are dull, dark and cant even see the face much. Its not my fault for causing such result, right?
The stage was totally filled up with the players, violin, pianist etc etc... they are literally squeezing to one and other also.
I shown to my client and got said that why the behind row was so dark? Pengz...
Was it really my fault?
Another thing is, same stage, different performance, and they have 2 rows of kids standing at the stage. Again the 2nd row of the kids were not under the light thus the light on the top shine on the face was rather darker then the front. If I pump higher ISO, the first row will be over exposed. If I use flash, same result occur and I might have jeopardise the performers playing their instrument.
Is there something I had done wrong? I asked my frenz as well as he shot it too, same result occur. How can I really explain clearly to my client for such thing happen due to the lighting prob and not the photographer fault?
*Sorry that I cant show the photos in here as I am not allowed to do so*