Sacramento Exchange Masonic Temple March 25th, 2006


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1.jpg Well the ambient color temperature was about as low as a candle. I could have spent some time putting orange and red gels in my flash to match it but I thought the added incandescent light color from the flash looked decent enough.
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4.jpg In the places where my flash didn't fill, it was pretty redsville.
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6.jpg This was a beautiful venue but...
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7.jpg ...what was the deal with this grippy floor? Something went horribly wrong with it. The finish was thick but it didn't adhere to the floor in many spots so it was like dancing on a polyurethane blanket. You could literally see the finish moving above the floor. In some places the finish ripped right off!
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15.jpg Barbara can schlep her CD's around herself, thank you very much!
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25.jpg Holding the camera over your head actually works sometimes. Hint: take lots and lots of shots. One of them will look half decent.
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37.jpg I've taken lots of blurry shots of Nicole over the years. Here's another one.
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40.jpg I'll end this set with an out-of-focus shot of my foot!