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11-07-2011, 11:58 PM   #1
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Little light, little time

This is why I like digital photography, and why I am glad about my K-7s high ISO... I like to take pictures in theatre productions. Little light, little time because actors do not pose. So you have to be quick, if you see an interesting scene.

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of theatre shot i took last year.... enjoy!

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Great shot. The K-7 can do amazing shot with the right lens. Which lens did you use then?
Thank you for sharing.
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Hi,
I took the fa*200/2.8. I never leave that one at home when I go to a theatre! Thanks for your kind comment!
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Looks good, what ISO? IMO sometimes noise adds value to the art.

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