Here are just the first few that I have edited--literally the only three so far:
LaLa Damage, Motor Wilson, Black Market, and Nascar Madagascar.
I feel very fortunate for the opportunity to capture these musical magicians.
A note on film versus digital photography:
Until recently, I thought that film was still the only option for live and low-light situations. I was wrong. I recently learned that digital now works for these as well, and the November 15 Kiss or Kill show was the first time I put this into practice. You saw the results, of which I am proud. So now, while I can still use film, I will most likely stick with digital, due to its relative lack of expense. Most of my photographer friends say they’ve permanently switched to digital, and I am likely to follow them, though I appreciate the merits of film as well. Film is softer, and tends to feel more “real”. The advantage of digital is its crisp sharpness.
The light at Reef Recording is not the best, but I feel I got some good shots. I know I got more good ones than I would have with film, because I could perform tests and see the results instantly. Even so, it is necessary to take many, many shots just to get a few that stand out. I took about 535.