Moonshine: A Homemade Music Show at Laundry Bar, The Curve a certain 14th of January 2010!
This is the skillful Az Samad double-tapping fingerstyle and slapping his guitar violently to make percussive sounds of it.
I like how the Opteka 85mm F1.4 lets me get closer and wider (and optically better than my aged Minolta 50mm F1.4.)
For closeups like this one of punk-folk-rocker Azmyl Yunor though, the Carl Zeiss 135mm F1.8 is a must.
24mm wide with the Minolta 24-105mm F3.5-4.5(D). (This was before I disabled the tilt-shift capability of my Vivitar 24mm F2.0.)
Udjinn ponders. He always does. You may or may not see the Opteka’s color.
Paolo Delfino puts his ponderances to song.
He roped in his brother on drums!
Obligatory ISO6400 shot. 1/40s 85mm F1.4.
This was more interesting – a stitched shot from two 135mm F1.8 ISO6400 shots.
This is a crop from a portrait orientation shot, giving effectively a 200mm angle of view.
My 50mm finally comes out at F2! Here is to 90’s rock with Stonebay.
Ojie will not lose his hat this time. I remember a time when I’d always see him with a colorful beanie.
I’ve always wanted to try inverting an image, but this is the first time it has worked. I inverted a layer copy and changed the blend mode to Luminosity to return somewhat normal color.