This weekend there was a dance competition here in Sheffield, and a friend of mine was going there to take pictures of some of his talented dance friends (not including me ;) ). He arrange for me to join him and practice on movement pics.
As expected, it was not easy to capture fast dancers, actually a real challenge. It didn't make it better that it was poor lighting in the sports hall, which forced me to increase ISO to 3200. Even if that sounds much, and it does effect the quality, the camera can handle ISO 102 400.
The dance competition contained salsa, foxtrot, cha cha, mambo etc, and it was a lot of fun to follow the movements behind the camera.
Since it was the first time I did something like this, I didn't really know where to start. What looks best; whole body, half body or very tight..??.. Looking at them afterwards it seems that some were successful :)) Judge your self.
We were there for 3 hours, and afterwards my back was hurting after constantly holding 3.5kg camera. At the time you do not think much of it though :))
Thank you Krystian for letting me join you.
Camera eguipment: Nikon 3Ds and nikon 70-200mm f2.8 lens.