Last night I went to see one of my fave cover bands; U2UK. They were kind enough to let me take my DSLR into the gig and get some shots for them. It was a great opportunity to test out some of the functions of my new 90D.
I started off by using it in a conventional manner with the optical viewfinder and manually moving focus points to get good compositions. While this was producing good results, I wanted to try out the face detection alongside continuous autofocus and using the rear LCD for compositions. It was a revelation. Even with the really really low light (it was pretty terrible), the 90D managed to track faces and keep them in focus while the band moved about. Really happy with the results.
All were shot with the Canon 50mm 1.8 lens, with AutoISO turned on, an aperture of 2.2 and a minimum shutter speed set to 1/250 second. Doing it this way was new to me, normally I would fix the ISO and adjust as needed but with the Canon performing well at high ISOs, I thought iId let it do its thing with the ISO and make sure that I got a nice quick shutter speed. A lot of these are shot at 6400 ISO and you wouldn't really know, noise is very minimal.
I took about 500 images in total and these are some of my faves, hope you like em.