Act II: moving to the back of the house


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Act II: moving to the back of the house

(Male speaker 1: Listen, Cromwell.) (Male speaker 2: Yes, Stanton?) (Male speaker 1: I invited you on this voyage for a reason.) (Male speaker 2: Oh, do tell.) (Male speaker 1: I have a business venture that I'd like to float your way.) The move to the back of the stage was not as successful as I'd hoped. I like the angle, I like being able to look down, my lens has enough reach that I was getting some nice things; what hadn't counted on was there were a bunch of other people in the audience.

I was having trouble seeing over heads. I was losing feet. They were being blocked by people's heads, so I didn't like where I was cropping people's bodies. So I decided to give up on shooting full bodies and try to simply go in tighter, get medium close-ups. My lens wasn't quite long enough to do that, so I decided it's time to leave the back of the house and I moved to a point about halfway down. Now this is a somewhat raucous performance. It's not like being at t...

Act II: moving to the back of the house
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Act II: moving to the back of the house 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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