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People CritiqueRevisiting some older work..

Images containing people; portraits, family, lifestyle, street, photojournalism, sports, weddings
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Revisiting some older work..

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I've been revisiting some of my work since I upgraded to Lightroom 6... It turns out I haven't shared these here...

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Lovely work and timed right to perfection. Pic1..How did you get up into the gods to do this?
Pics 2-3 Lighting on stage.Was this from the theatre lighting, or your own setup?
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pop511 wrote:Lovely work and timed right to perfection. Pic1..How did you get up into the gods to do this?
Pics 2-3 Lighting on stage.Was this from the theatre lighting, or your own setup?
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Thanks Ed, :)
re pic1. I was overhead approximately 70 ft over the stage on the gantry that contains all of the mechanisms for the curtains. I had very few camera locations available and asked the girls doing this to be in a particualr spot else they were out of frame.
Pic 2+3 were from the theatres own lighting setup. It was all ambient only with a slower shutter speed due to the nature of the lights...

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Just beautiful. I would proudly hang #1 & #3 in my living room! Not to say #2 is bad, just that 1 & 3 make such a nice pairing.
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Beautiful work John
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