Event Shooting in Korea

Myself and my Good Friend/ Event Committee Member


I just finished a great gig with the Ulsan St. Andrew’s Society shooting their Burn’s Night Charity Ball. It was a hard gig and certainly full of challenges but the photos turned out great and the clients were more than happy. I would like to pass on some of the information that I learned from shooting this event.

Cool Purchase #1: Imagenomic’s Noiseware

While I was on a shoot for 10 Magazine, I encountered a problem: noisy pictures. When your are shooting in dark areas and need sharp shots you often need to bump up the iso. The general rule is that you should shoot in the lowest possible iso that you can, in order to reduce the noise. In this case, I was shooting between iso 800 and 1600. Suffice to say that the images were noisy and not up to snuff.

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