Good times! (Photo by Jen Reightley)
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Mike Champa of For All Those Sleeping, Pomona, Ca
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It wouldn’t be enough to just say Crosses were amazing. You had to be there. I mean really, you had to hear/feel/move with the music that was coming from that stage that night. Just listening to their music isn’t enough, you have to experience it. A lot of times when I shoot a show I find that after I realize that I was only half listening while shooting. At this completely sold out show, I was forced to work harder than normal, move around and find more creative solutions to my obstructed views. When I realized I was in the VIP balcony, with no one behind me trying to get a better view, I stopped what I was doing and just sat back. Probably the best decision I could’ve made that night. I grew up listening to Deftones but I had never seen them before. It was completely amazing (and also kind of soothing, is that weird?) to me to hear Chino’s voice live and in person, not to mention the beautiful music coming from the rest of his band. If you haven’t go listen. Do it. Seriously.
I made it just in time to hear some screaming for RAJ while they set up their gear. Other than the very excited women, the rest of the audience seemed calm, they knew the remainder of the music that night would be amazing. RAJ’s set was actually rather short, but that didn’t stop this band’s melodic notes from lulling the audience (myself included) into a sort of peaceful trance. It was nice to hear something beautiful, yet different than the type of music that Crosses would be playing.
Anonymous asked: I'm really wanting to get into concert photography but every time I've attempted I get really grainy pictures because I have the ISO at some crazy level. Any advice on some general settings that work best for you that I can try? I use a Nikon D600
Some cameras just can’t handle higher ISO settings. You could also try opening your aperture more. My old camera couldn’t go higher than about 900/1000 before looking grainy.