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Subject: Re: [Leica] Artificial light shooting
From: "Ted Bayer" <>
Date: Fri, 1 Mar 2002 08:18:36 -0800
References: <>

Very interesting and beautiful.  Thanks for posting these pictures.

Ted in Olalla

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From: "DRP" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2002 11:51 PM
Subject: Re: [Leica] Artificial light shooting

> le 28/02/02 1:05, Henry Ting à a écrit :
> > Wow !!!! Who says being a sports photographer is easy.
> (OT)
> Oops! My bad english might have made me looking arrogant.
> If so, sorry, I just wanted to help.
> Here you will find my last private posts on the web.
> The pix are not exactly sport, it' pure natural lighting and they are
> with a big Leica :-)
> (few french text, click on small pix to get larger, on the larger to
> kingsize. Enjoy.)
> BTW on such moving subjects as street or sports photo, I personally
> useful trying not to be surpassed by technical pbs on the field, in
order to
> concentrate on the subject.  Getting the max DOF/speed from avalaible
> can also be useful, and here is the limit to filtering. The
post-process in
> wet or digital darkroom is much quieter...
> In such conditions, a good way to manage color correction is also to
> half the color correction with minimum filtering, loosing 1/3 to 1/2
> and finish in postprocessing. There is an excellent Kodak publication
> filters: "Kodak filters for scientific and technical use" (title
> from french).
> Choosing the more appropriate pellicule and a good lab you can talk
with may
> also be an issue.
> Didier
> PS: Its rather easy to take pix, but being a photographer is not easy
> all!
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