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    This is a discussion on Concert Photography within the Everyday Life forums, part of the Community channel category; Cheers Glenn, unfortunately I think the digital era has turned most of us into point and shoot photographers....

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      Re: Concert Photography

      Cheers Glenn, unfortunately I think the digital era has turned most of us into point and shoot photographers.



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      Re: Concert Photography

      It has indeed.
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      Re: Concert Photography

      Quote Originally Posted by dholdi View Post
      Thanks John, nice pics there, unfortunately I wont be as close.
      I've had a play around with the camera and the only options I have adjustment with are ISO and EV.
      I dont really want to go too high with the ISO as I notice that makes the picture grainy, I guess increasing the EV will have the same effect as increasing the aperture ?
      Use Neat Image mate or a similar noise reduction program, paint shop pro has one built in. Ill happily shoot at ISO3200 knowing neat image will save the day.
      John
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