Rock Band, FireHouse

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  1. wxnut

    wxnut TPF Noob!

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    Played in Milwaukee Friday night. The upper balcony was closed to the public so I shot the show from up there. Made for great vantage point.

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    Doug Raflik
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  2. terri

    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nice shots! You got a lot of good action in there, and everyone is nicely lit. :thumbup:

    Looks like they sold some cd's after the show....good for them. ;)
     
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    Firehouse, holy crap that guy can sing high!! I remember them, they had a couple hits even!
     
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    :headbang: Really cool shots. Wow....they sure dont look like the Firehouse from the late 80's.
    Great stuff.!!!
     
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    good pics, like the capture of emotion in them. :thumbup:
     
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    Great job, what setup did you have?

    Rob
     
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    i'd like to ask this too..

    I'm trying to get into gig photography lately and these look great, i'd love to know your settings etc? :p
     
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    some nice shots there... the first one is great... looks like that was a good vantage point... I was just at a show last night... wish I could've taken some shots there!
     
  10. wxnut

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    First of all, I have the Canon 20D. For this show, I used my Tamron. 28-200 f/4-5.6

    I usually use my Tamron 28-75 f/2.8, but being in the upper balcony, I needed more zoom.

    Any other questions, just ask.
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    awesome shots! Out of curiosity, did you use a macro or a telephoto for those shots? I'm n00b when it comes to figuring out what lens to use for what. :lol:
     
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    See post just above yours.
     

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