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ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships – May 2012

My wife has been into the whole body sculpting thing for awhile now and I finally decided to check out a competition, she went earlier in the morning (There to support a competitor) and I decided to head out around lunchtime. Unfortunately only just saw the end of the Men’s comp’s so most of the set is from of the Women categories.

Some very passionate and dedicated individuals at this event and it had a great atmosphere. Congratulations to all the competitors!

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ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships

ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships

ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships

ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships

ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships

ANB Natural Mania Physique Championships

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Photo Insight:

Photo wise its a pretty ‘warm’ stage colour temp wise.  Had to watch those highlights as all the bronze/tan that the competitors had really blew out at times. I rarely strayed away from ISO800 the 70-200 2.8 IS. Worked with an aperture range of about 3.5 to 5 with a decent shutter speed anywhere from 1/250 to 1/400. Good to freeze this stuff  to really show that muscle definition and get that sharpness. Colour temp was brought down a LOT on these shots to make it look a little more natural. Slight adjustments in saturation and vibrance too.

As I was just sitting in the crowd (in the first couple of rows) there’s a few shots with some judges heads in the way – Not much I can do about that, and since these are happy snaps it didn’t bother me that much. There are some tight crops giving some odd sizes that I normally wouldn’t do, but I felt it was important in selected images to isolate the subject.