This past Sunday I was invited out again to photograph another Tango event in Naples, Italy. This one was being held inside the Galleria Principe, just across the street from the National Museum of Naples. The entire Galleria was closed for the event, and I had free reign to take as many photos as I wanted. Tango is an absolutely stunning form of dance, and all of the Italians who participate in this daily/weekly Tango “cult” are fantastic dancers and extremely pleasant people to interact with. I have an idea for a gallery showing once I get back to the states if I continue to photograph these events.
All of the pictures below were taken with my D7000 and 50mm f/1.4 lens.
On a side note, shooting the D7000 at ISOs around 1600-2000 got me so excited about the D800 - If I can get these (relatively) clear, sharp, and low-noise shots with the D7000 at ISOs this high, I can only begin to imagine the possibilities once I have my shiny new D800 with me! Any day now…
All of the black and white photos were processed with Nik’s Silver Efex Pro. Save 15% off your purchase when you order here!
**UPDATE** Shiny, new Nikon D800 is sitting on my desk right now. I keep shooting it shy looks like it was one of my high school crushes. Only a couple hours until I get to test it out in the field!!
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