These three are in reverse order of me making them. I fluked upon Kim and his friends (maybe anothoer 5 youths) preparing an assignment for Film in the graffiti tunnel which involved a lot of running and shoving and enthusiasm and noise. They got even worse when they knew I was shooting Kim shooting them. They were lovely and friendly though.
Firstly, the WB is too cold. Secondly, the focus is not crystal clear. I would have liked to have been more to the front ... but probably would have been in the midst of the stampede. I was relatively content. I had tried. I think I will be fine over the weekend if I ask another six or so subjects.
Feature shot: F 5.6, 1/40, ISO 400, 163mm
Next: F.5.6, 1/40, ISO 400, 84mm
Last: F5.6, 1/40, ISO 400, 65mm
That shows the problem quite graphically: I kept getting closer to him but did not change any of the exposure readings.