Ok, I know I've been raving on about how good the FZ20 (a point & shoot) is for some time now. It's great, and I believe the numerous photos in the photo archive prove it. My DSLR buddies are feeling a bit neglected, so now I'm going to run a few shots from my Canon 10D for a while.
While the FZ20 rocks in good light, dark venues like clubs and indoor shooting is not its forte. This is the realm of DSLRs, and will be for a long time to come. People say that point & shoots will finally take over as technology improves, but at least for the next 10 years it's not going to happen.
This shot was taken at the Imperial College Fashion show on the 21st of March 2006. The model is one of our students, but unfortuantely, I have no idea who she is (if you know her and are reading this, do drop me an email). She just happened to look into my camera as I was about to press the shutter - and wow!
Only thing I'm not too sure about is the male model in the red shirt at the left of the scene. Is he too distrating for you? Or should I leave things as it is?
Update: She's called Ali! Thanks for helping me id her Preya and Atul. :)
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