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RockSteady101 18-09-07 19:21

Would A Single-Use Camera With A Flash Be Any Good At Taking Snaps At A Concert?
 
...Title Says It All, I Just Need To Know For Thursday, As I'm Going To See Gwen Stefani And Want To Take Piccies! :D

But Would It Be To Weak, I Know Gwen's Performances Will Be Well-Lit With SFX And Strobes, But Would It Still Be Any Good?

Oh! And Before You Post, No, I Don't Want A Digital Camera...Yet :pi:

Thanks For Reading And (Hopefully) Helping :wve:

SamReeves 18-09-07 19:22

No. Those cameras have very shallow depth of field, and the flash won't be bright enough if you are far back.

And most concerts have rules against photography and filming, so I would check ahead of time. ;)

RockSteady101 18-09-07 19:23

RE: SamReeves
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SamReeves (Post 2125154)
No.

Not Even Worth A Try, Honestly? :(

Please Reply ;)

bett 18-09-07 19:24

last year when i saw dashboard confessional and brand new the rule was that you couldn't use digital cameras, disposable cams only. the pics i took turned out fine.

SamReeves 18-09-07 19:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by RockSteady101 (Post 2125159)
Not Even Worth A Try, Honestly? :(

Please Reply ;)

There's nothing against trying. I just know from experience you might be dissapointed when you get the prints back. To photograph a concert I would use nothing less than a SLR with a strobe.

RockSteady101 18-09-07 19:27

RE: SamReeves
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by SamReeves (Post 2125167)
There's nothing against trying. I just know from experience you might be dissapointed when you get the prints back. To photograph a concert I would use nothing less than a SLR with a strobe.

N00B Here...Whats An SLR? :confused:

I'll Try Anyway, But Thanks For Your Tips ;)

Mr.Burns 18-09-07 19:28

Single Lens Reflex. It's an advanced, fully manual/automatic camera. Basically what professionals and serious amateurs use.

scion05 18-09-07 19:30

Well most places only allow 3mm cameras anyway, so if ur anywhere close, take on :) Or take some binovs and take snaps down the lense :whi: :p :whi:

SamReeves 18-09-07 19:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by RockSteady101 (Post 2125173)
N00B Here...Whats An SLR? :confused:

I'll Try Anyway, But Thanks For Your Tips ;)

Pardon me for the jargon, but SLR stands for Single Lens Reflex camera. :wve:

http://www.samreevesphoto.com/posts/40d.jpg

scion05 18-09-07 19:37

From some photo's from the show im looking at now, they, and everyone else used a digital cam ( i can see the screens ) :p


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