How to Do Theatrical Photography : DSLR Photography Tips

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Doing theatrical photography is very different from other types of photography that you may be more familiar with. Do theatrical photography the right way with help from an experienced director of photography in this free video clip.

Expert: Dan Reinecke
Filmmaker: Dan Reinecke

Series Description: A DSLR is a very particular type of digital camera that is used the world over by both amateurs and professionals. Get DSLR photography tips with help from an experienced director of photography in this free video series.

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Josh Gibson says:

This was not helpful at all

Aaron Wilson says:

Depends on the layout of the theatre. If it's raked seating then yes, facing straight onto the stage is best. But if it's in the round they face all sides of the theatre.

What about shutter speed, aperture size, iso levels?

hidekin says:

what about the noise of the camera ?

Aravind Kilaru says:

If possible, can you give more tips on "Theatrical Photography" without using flash, eg: what like kind of wide lens, shutter speed etc.,

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