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Gigs and concerts - anyone got anything they would like to share ?

Dioptrick

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That's got to be Roxette's latest poster or album cover! :eek:

Great stuff... I really like your ENTIRE Roxette Concert set on Flickr!
 

Deadbear77

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I have a ton... Since it is a pass time for me, concert photography that is. Usually local bands. I just took some the other night. Have not had time to PP yet.

Here are some samples.
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markoneswift

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Hah cool, great start. I'd like to see lots more of this stuff from everyone !
 

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Buffalo Skinners busking on the Royal Mile at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
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Deadbear77

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Sweet blues played by Coco Montoya......

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and some bass work.....

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JTM_CR

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i got lots of U2 360 pictures from 2009, 2010, 2011. i went to 3 shows. but they are iphone pictues and sony w120 camera.
 

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This was in NJ in 2011.
 

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I'm usually on the other end of this. But every now and then I get a night off and show up with a camera to terrorize my colleagues.

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Great shot at the beginning of the thread! I also quite like the shot from applemint, although it's more of a portrait than a concert shot.

@JTM_CR: It's challenging to shoot a concert with an iPhone for sure, but it's not impossible to get stunning photos. After all, it's all about getting the moment.

I personally don't like shooting concerts. I always feel like one of dozens of lemmings running around with their cameras. ;) Than better enjoy the concert itself and photograph the band as soon as they give you a private concert. Well, I probably should better say if the give you a private concert.
 

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These people were down my street, singing from house to house. Do they count?

(NEX-7 16-50PZ at 50)

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Yesterday I took the 5N and kitlens 18-55 with me to a concert of Dutch blues hero Julian Sas. I'm very impressed with the results!

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Yesterday I took the 5N and kitlens 18-55 with me to a concert of Dutch blues hero Julian Sas. I'm very impressed with the results!

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Great results! Please show some more.

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Nice one deadbear77, focus nailed! What lens are you using?

Captured this during my first outing with a 1988 Jupiter 9 Kiev mount. JPEG straight out of my Nex 6, wide open I think.

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