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Gary Grant editorial

Like yesterdays this was shot in low light. For anybody who has ever shot in the Jesus House building, they know the lighting is just plain horrible. The good thing was that it forced me to learn how to push my camera and understand light a bit more.

The man above is a millionaire enterpreneur owner of 'The entertainer' group of toy stores, which is the largest privately owned toy chain in the UK. He gave a very inspirational speech about following you dreams and how God is very involved in every aspect of his business.

Gary Grant editorial

Like yesterdays this was shot in low light. For anybody who has ever shot in the Jesus House building, they know the lighting is just plain horrible. The good thing was that it forced me to learn how to push my camera and understand light a bit more.

The man above is a millionaire enterpreneur owner of 'The entertainer' group of toy stores, which is the largest privately owned toy chain in the UK. He gave a very inspirational speech about following you dreams and how God is very involved in every aspect of his business.

comments (9)

  • Yẹni
  • London U.K
  • 21 Sep 2007, 00:09
thank you for sharing
~ON the money! I've been shooting in adverse lighting scenarios for yonks and all i can say is that it will make you a much better photographer. Keep it up.
sk: thanx Skee
I have heard so much about Jesus House. Another very good shot Asiko!
sk: thanx Etomi, surprised u haven't been there, considering u know so many people who go there
  • shakara
  • Nigeria
  • 21 Sep 2007, 07:49
Lovely shot !!
Okay I have to disagree with you guys when it comes to Jesus House, the lighting I find is pretty good.

Maybe if you guys do a couple of catwalk or concerts shows where the lighting is RE ALLY pants, then you will really appreciate the lighting in Jesus House tongue

You now shoot with a 5D, that camera is built for low light situations and you have a couple of good lenses, so why the moan?

Anyways AWESOME awesome capture here bro, I love this 100%. The more I look at this shot, the more impressed I get.
Very nice result essentially due to the clever angle of view : Bravo !!
  • Martin
  • United States
  • 21 Sep 2007, 16:38
I like the framing with the second guy smiling on the speaker in the background.
I'm loving this shot mate, very nice
  • Laurie
  • United States
  • 24 Sep 2007, 14:24
I've never heard of the Jesus House before. Is it a church?

This is a powerful shot, but that guy needs a shave, or is he growing a beard?

You did great work in difficult lighting.

I shoot orchestras in these conditions a lot it is difficult. I use a monopod whenever possible, usually I am accommodated by the venue.

My post for today is actually one done in difficult lighting.

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