Monday, 30 July 2012

Pain of Salvation @ Parkb├╝hne Geyserhaus, Leipzig, Germany

A very special acoustig gig, which was an absolutely wonderful experience.

This was the very first concert I shot with a DSLR, and this was with a fixed focal length lens, meaning no zooming. To add to that, we were sitting, so 90% of the shots are from the same angle. This, in the end, resulted in a not very exciting shoot. None the less, I'd to share some of the shots.

Gear:
Nikon D5100
Nikkor 35mm f/1.8 DX

Classy
ISO 500 - 1/160 - f/3.2

"The acoustic version of the Judas Priest entrance on the Harley Davidson"
ISO 500 - 1/160 - f/3.2

ISO 800 - 1/125 - f/2

ISO 500 - 1/160 - f/2.8

ISO 500 - 1/320 - f/2.8

ISO 500 - 1/320 - f/2.8

ISO 800 - 1/125 - f/2

ISO 800 - 1/160 - f/2.2

ISO 800 - 1/125 - f/2

After the gig, the band took good time to come out and talk to us, as usual. It was a very good time, and the perfect closure to the night.

Following is a few shots of us with the members of the band.

Leo with some of the Remedy Lane forum members
ISO 640 - 1/200 - f/2.8

Anthon and Ragnar
ISO 400 - 1/80 - f/4.5

Remedy Lane forum shot with the entire band
ISO 400 - 1/60 - f/4