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    Graham Heron

    Anatomy of a throw

    I'm in the process of arranging a martial arts shoot for my local camera club (Toronto Digital Photography Club). It's something a little different.
    As a precursor to the shoot (end of March) I arranged to get a few minutes (less than 10) for a promo shoot (to present to the camera club).
    So, quality isn't great as I had an off camera flash (umbrella) for some shots, and I used high ISO(12,800) to get some rapid fire shots. Not ideal, but as a quickie - pretty much all I could do.
    Available lighting was horrendous (mainly flourescent with some tungsten in the odd corner).
    The head instructor is in his 70's.

    On the day of the shoot, I expect to have a couple of studio flashes, and a second stage where people can use their own flash guns with umbrella (optional).
    I reckon 2 hours, 15 people. For no charge, that's not bad.
    Graham

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    Re: Anatomy of a throw

    He looks very mean and determined. It is a really good idea

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    Re: Anatomy of a throw

    My kind of sport, Aikido...whoohoo!

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