Wicked photos! Not to be rude or anything, but have your photos become less sharp or something? Are you trying out new cameras? That always happens to me. Great job though for sure.
No you're definitely right. I no longer have access to the Cannon SLR I was using, so now I'm borrowing my roommate's camera which is also a Cannon but a few years old (the only camera I actually own is a point and shoot). So the overall clarity of my photos will suffer because this camera I'm using now can't let in as much light (among other shortcomings) so I'm trying to make the best of it and overcompensate with light trails, double exposures etc. Also the lack of an external flash kind of flattens out the photos when I do use flash.
Wicked photos indeed. Even though I thoroughly enjoyed Undergang (and Bruxers), I was floored by Acephalix. I've been listening to their music for a while but, embarrassingly, this was the first time I've caught them live, and they just killed. I'm currently listening to the Interminable Night vinyl upon which Tim was kind enough to inscribe 'Loss of self, no head'. Great stuff. It was a pleasure to meet you as well.-Torrey
Acephalix are the shit! Pleasure to meet you as well, finally.
any pictures for bruxers?
Unfortunately no. They were really good though, I'd definitely see them again and shoot them.
Your photos have gotten really shitty. You should go back to your old camera.-K
No. Just someone who used to be a fan before your "talent" disappeared.
Bummer. Well if you go back to my posts from March to August everything was shot on a consumer grade point and shoot, so I know for a fact these aren't the worst photos I've posted. I do the best I can with the resources I have access to. It's what I've always done and always will do. I've never pretended to be a good photographer. It says "Amateur concert photography" for a reason, even when I got the fancy camera and press passes i never had any delusions about my status as a photographer. The blog is a labor of love, and the past year of dragging my camera to the very front of show after show and sending dozens of e mails requesting press passes has been for the passion for this music, and that's the way it's always been. Whatever "talent" you perceived may not be there anymore, but my passion still is. So I wish I could say to you, person who chooses to remain nameless, that I'm sorry I let you down, but that's not going to happen.