HiOriginally posted by milkmagix
Hi Red Dawn.
It is a trade show and we have done it more like a lifestyle way. Any comment to the photos....
Interesting. Thanks for sharing.Originally posted by Red Dawn
- You use flash? there are harsh shadows visible in some of the photos, especially when the performers are close to that backdrop. You may want to diffuse that flash a bit, shoot without flash in available light with high ISO film (not always possible and no catchlights in models' eyes), or wait for them to move out a little before shooting.
- shooting with a higher ISO film than 200 might reduce the flash output from your flash....
- background is distracting in some photos. but i understand u may have no choice over your position.....
Hi,Originally posted by fish
Interesting. Thanks for sharing.
If u don't mind me asking, for indoor events like such, u mean it would be good to use higher ISOs (eg. 200 - 400)?
what difference will that make?
i got no idea on this. hope u dun mind giving me some tips.