Lior

Posted in Uncategorized on April 14, 2008 by boxie



Lior
Originally uploaded by boxy

I love this shot. I love the way I framed it and it has me itching for some new WA glass. If you can’t see the neck of the guitar click the image and have a look at it on Flickr to see the whole image. The great thing about theatre shows is the black walls and the isolating effect of the lights.

Pnau

Posted in Uncategorized on April 12, 2008 by boxie



Pnau
Originally uploaded by boxy

This was a pretty hopeless shoot. The lighting was ordinary but I got a couple of passable shots, including this one with Nick Littlemore in silhouette and projection screen behind…

This shot has given me some ideas for Strobist work!

The Mess Hall – The many faces of Cec 1

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2008 by boxie



The Mess Hall – The many faces of Cec 1
Originally uploaded by boxy

I kicked off this blog as a way of featuring my best live music photography, but I’ve not put any of the shots up from this year until now. So I’ve got my poo in one sock and put up all of my shots from shows this year.

Each has a bit of a description, this one was taken at The Mess Hall show on Friday. I caught one of the moveable cans behind Cec’s head which isolates his head and body. You can see his drum stick in the background, blown out by the light.

The Butterfly Effect

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2008 by boxie



The Butterfly Effect
Originally uploaded by boxy

I’ve shot The Butterfly Effect a couple of times now and always seem to get great shots. They always have awesome lights and this time around they really cranked up the white lights, with excellent results.

Amphetamé

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2008 by boxie



Amphetamé
Originally uploaded by boxy

Another from The Butterfly Effect show.

Horsell Common

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2008 by boxie



Horsell Common
Originally uploaded by boxy

The blur in this shot creates a sense of movement. Whilst the fres on the moveable lights creates a great rainbow in the back ground.

The Beautiful Girls

Posted in Uncategorized on April 6, 2008 by boxie



The Beautiful Girls
Originally uploaded by boxy

This shot has a great sense of light and shade, with the ambient light creating the background and shade creating the definition.

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