My workday is behind me. My friend Grega Donša, the leader of the Europe Direct Information Point in Pomurje, invited me to an event organized by his team. Speakers at the event presented mobility programs for young entrepreneurs as well as the Eures and Europass networks. The event took place at MIKK Murska Sobota.
Europe Direct Pomurje online:
Capturing the Essence of Entrepreneurial Opportunity: Europe’s Direct Pomurje Event
Indoor photoshoots are always exciting. There are so many different factors that you can’t control. In a room with small windows, there is never enough light. If the weather outside is cloudy, the conditions for photography are even more difficult. Just for your information, so you can have a better idea. For most of the photos, I used the following settings:
- Camera: Sony A7 III
- Lens: Tamron 28-75mm F/2.8 Di III VXD
- ISO: 1600
- F-stop: f/2.8
- Exposure time: 1/100 sec.
- Focal length: 75mm
Although my Sony allows for a higher ISO than some other cameras, I find that the image starts to break down at ISO 1600. Maybe higher ISOs would be useful for concert photography if I were to edit them in black and white. However, for an event like today’s, that’s not possible. This is photojournalism, so the pictures have to be as natural as possible.
Another challenge is the color scheme of the room. There are lots of lights, each one different. People’s faces have all sorts of colors. Is this a rave party? 🙂
Anyway, I did my best in editing. I wanted the pictures to look as natural as possible. I hope I succeeded.