Theater Shoot--White Balance Check

paul stenquist pnstenquist at comcast.net
Sat Jul 31 21:03:23 EDT 2010


No doubt that the tripod would have been an impediment here. Your frame is highly dependent on camera position, and a tripod gets in the way of that, particularly when you have to work fast. I'm sure your client will be very pleased.
Paul
On Jul 31, 2010, at 3:56 PM, Christine Aguila wrote:

> Hi Everyone:  Not having much stage and theater experience, I was wondering if those folks who do, would be willing to check & see if the white balance is acceptable in the small gallery below.  Metadata--including white balance and tint--is below each photo.  I just printed page 1 of the contact sheets (in speed mode), and it prints just a hint more red than my monitor is showing, so I thought I'd throw this out there for feedback.
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> http://www.caguila.com/caguila/hayfever/index.html
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> Cheers, Christine 
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