Act I: adjusting to the light


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Act I: adjusting to the light

(applause) (Female speaker: Good evening! How are you tonight?) (cheering) (Male speaker: I love that noise! (Female speaker: What a coincidence! We're all "waaa!" too) (Female speaker: So, welcome to Bet's Improv. Tonight we're performing an improvisational format that's called a Harold.) (applause) So I shot the first act and I got lucky because it turned out that the stage was not nearly as dark as I thought it was going to be. I've been to a lot of performances here, a lot of improv performances here, and very often the stage lights are pretty low, which is one reason I was so concerned about having fast lenses and trying to figure out what speed lens was going to work in what location. So what I've found is early on, before the show even started, I put a few different lenses on my camera and metered around on stage. It's hard to get an accurate metering that way because there are no performers on stage, but it still give me a bal...

Act I: adjusting to the light
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Act I: adjusting to the light provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Foundations of Photography: Night and Low Light

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