A&P Jen Carrey Live at Cat Club

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    Jane Carrey Live at Cat Club V.dSLR Crew

    Daughter of the actor Jim... put on a great show at this small Hollywood venue. Here are some pictures

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    Shot with all three of my lens' which was good practice for rapid fire lens switching. My 580ex II's bats died half way through which sucked.
     
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    i like 'em...i think exposing the background would've helped in create a bit of depth to the pictures.
     
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    Thanks :) I tend to like having an all black background for performances in small venues like this.
     
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    Nice.
     
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    Thanks:)
     
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    was everything shot this tight?

    I wanna see a full body, on the stage shot. I think they go far in establishing mood.
     
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    I shot some from back but this was the smallest venue I've ever shot (And I never have shot anything big) so there really wasn't much else. I generally like crop it in and get close.
     

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