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Ryan Adams, Tampa photographer spar over camera flashes

 
Nethawked
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Joined Oct 2014
Virginia, USA
Mar 14, 2017 17:45 |  #1

This photographer is, quite simply, a dick. Follow the rules people, whether you agree with them or not. Personally, even flash is allowed I'm not going to use one at a concert because I don't like the flat look of on-camera flash. No criticism of those who do - if the artist and venue allow it.

http://www.tampabay.co​m ...-gasparilla-music/2316418 (external link)




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