Gig photos

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  1. Rob

    Rob TPF Noob!

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    Hey all,

    Went to a gig in Walthamstow last night and took some pix. Here's one example, click the link to have a look at the rest if you like it.

    All shot at 1/15th or 1/30th of a second on Kodak T-Max 3200 ISO B&W film using a Contax T2 set to f2.8 manual focus with flash disabled - for those who are interested in such things.

    Rob

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  2. Alison

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    Great shots! Love the lighting and grain in these. Some of the best band photos I've seen in a long time :thumbsup:
     
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    I had a look at a few photos on your site and there's some nice ones. Problem is that ukphotographs.com logo in the middle completely destroys a lot of them.

    Thomas
     
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    That's great rob, I like the fact that it's in B&W and the grain really adds some atmosphere to the shot, it reminds me of a club I have been to that is totally underground and is quite cosy and personal.
     
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    that's neat! I like the light there
     
  6. Rob

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    Thanks for all the comments. It's a shame that we need to watermark images, but it's not really possible to enforce copywright internationally and I need to look after the photographers on my site. You can always purchase a print without a watermark ;)

    Rob
     
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    Some shots from the same gig in colour. Collaboration with other photographers can really work!! Different styles and methods from the same situation. Click here to see the rest.

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    There are both great shots!!! Being a b&w fan I love the first one! The grain and contrast just make the photo!! The atmosphere is great! Thanks for sharing!

    Zach :D
     
  9. Rob

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    This is actually the same guy as the above photo. The difference in the shots is quite phenomenal, just shows you how two people can be at the same event with similarly priced kit and produce vastly varying work!

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