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from Lisa Bowman
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on May 03, 2012
 - Sheldon, well since this was my first show back after a 1-2 year hiatus I found myeslf shooting in Shutter Priority and adjusted my exposure compensation in order to get close to good exposure. I always shoot in RAW format so that also affords me the luxury of being off on my exposure a bit. I just really try to get the exposure as close to perfect as I can in camera knowing if I miss by a little I can adjust for it in post processing. After this show I switched back to shooting in Manual Mode. I had played with AV and TV modes previously but just feel much more confident shooting concerts in full manual now. In manual, once I get a good feel for my exposure settings if I see a burst of light that could possibly blow out my photo, I just stop down my aperture on the fly in order to get the shot then once the burst of light goes away ill adjust back to where I was prior to. I'll chimp for a shot or two here and there just as a cursory check but I don't spend much time doing that since time is not on my side while in the pit! hehee. 

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