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Recovering photos from the Shadows

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One negative thing about Large shootouts, is that since many people are using remote triggers for the flash, you may find that you shots either missed the flash sync, caught the tail end of another, or are completely underexposed.  In this case we were using Paul C. Buff Cybersyncs on 3 different shooting stations.  What appeared to be happening was that folks would move from station to station and forget to change channels as well as photographers at the same station stepping on the others shots.  Hard to police this at large shootouts like the one last weekend.  No worries though, if you know this is happening you begin to get a feel for the rhythm and just go on from there.  Some shots you lose but you will have captured more than you lost.
For the shots you lost and are not completely underexposed... don't delete them without trying to bring them back.  In my case I use Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop.  The results might not lend themselves to large prints but will suffice for web images.



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Lots of triggers where hitting the strobes so lost this one, but was able to pull it out of the shadows. The noise is a result of bumping up the exposure several stops.

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