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Rick Wiese


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Rick Wiese Basic Member
Mon 05-Feb-01 04:40 PM

Okay, here's a question for all you D1 and digital experts around here. The newspaper I work for recently bought us a D1 and, I confess, I've avoided using it to shoot basketball games because a couple of others (namely, the paper's previous chief news photographer, who recently left, and new chief news photographer) tried shooting games with available light and ended up with a grayish cast and little contrast in their photos. I've been sticking with my F3 for the time being. Last week, a sports writer took it to a game and used flash and the photos turned out fine. My question is, what were the guys using available light doing wrong and how can I correct it so I can feel comfortable using it for my indoor sports photos?

Thanks for your help!
Rick

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