These were all taken with the Panasonic FZ15 point and shoot digital camera. For those familiar with this camera, I used 3-area-focusing and Continuous AF. This was sort of an experiment to see what I would get out of fast shooting in these modes. I took 88 shots in about fifteen minutes. Only about 30 were in focus and I threw out 19 of those because of ungainly or duplicate poses.
These were all taken with the built-in electronic flash. I used Photoshop to stretch the histogram to the max, so they were rather crudely post-processed, and some of them really show it. Oh, well, I was in a hurry. But I was struck by how the dynamic range of every shot was so compressed.
Skip the first one unless you're interested in medical catastrophies.