Dry the River @ The Soulkitchen
Sometimes concert photography is like a christmas present. You don’t always know what you are going to get. When I was on my way to photograph “Dry the River” at the Soulkitchen I didn’t really know what to expect. It’s a new venue that I knew from before they played gigs there, and I knew it was going to be small and crowded. Sometimes you get away with mixed feelings, … and sometimes you get, … well what I got tonight. A very impressive performance. And by the sound of it, I was not the only one enjoying the show.
On a technical note: The venue was small, .. I mean really small. There was no pit but luckily talking to the people in the first row and explaining that I’d be there for a few minutes only made it possible to get a bit more freedom of movement and thus a few different angle. I used the 28-75mmF2.8 and 15mmF2.8 Fisheye for this one.
Talking to the people in the first row and explaining that I’d be there for a few minutes only made it possible to get a bit more freedom of movement.
The rest of the pictures here or in the slideshow below: