The Moore Theatre
The above photo is from my brief effort in the Bullitt Cabaret Theatre at ACT Seattle last week.
Yesterday’s SoFoBoMo photography session was at the Moore Theatre, in Seattle. (http://www.themoore.com/about/history.asp)
It was my first outing using the newly acquired EOS 5d mk II. So far, I’m thinking the camera is awesome.
- time spent on site: 2 hours, 48 minutes
- # of exposures: 154
- setups: 64
So that gives me something like one setup every 2 and a half minutes, and an average of 2.4 exposures per setup.
A lot of the multiple exposures were burned fiddling with exposure. There’s some weird interaction between the 5d mk II metering system, live view, and extremes of shift with the 24mm TS-E lens. I’m slowing getting a grip on that but I admit that I burned a lot of exposures hunting for the right shutter speed.
ALL of the exposures were made with the 24mm f/3.5 TS-E lens. For this particular job, it seems to be the right thing.