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What performing artist would you most want to photograph?

 
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Jul 02, 2007 10:56 |  #16

PEARL JAM-- eddie vedder is a pretty active front man and the rest of the band has good movement too.


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Jul 02, 2007 11:05 |  #17

Pink Floyd, partly because of their fantastic light-shows, partly because of their music. Just a pity they aren't really active anymore.


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Jul 02, 2007 11:15 |  #18

tipsy wrote in post #3472820 (external link)
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Conor and Interpol i am REALLY looking forward to connor is this friday, interpol is the 20th of august.

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man! i'm jealous; i was going to get tickets for their rochester show, but decided against it. i would really like to see your pictures from bright eyes and interpol, when you get the chance.


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Jul 02, 2007 11:33 |  #19

dwarfmcdougal wrote in post #3474188 (external link)
man! i'm jealous; i was going to get tickets for their rochester show, but decided against it. i would really like to see your pictures from bright eyes and interpol, when you get the chance.

Bright Eyes will be up here around the 14th, interpol end of august (theyll take longer to process cause ill be shooting Reading and Nine Inch Nails shortly after and i'll get a bit of a backlog)

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Jul 02, 2007 11:41 |  #20

Rammstein might be fun. They put on an awesome show.
Fan of the Pixies, so I'ld like to shoot them as well.
Apart from those: no particular bands that I can think of.


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Jul 02, 2007 14:04 |  #21

Metallica :)
Or The Sex Pistol's.
Just for Sid Vicious really.


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Jul 02, 2007 14:14 |  #22

The Boredoms.

japanese bands never fail to bring the ROCK action. and eye is a f'in madman. sadly, haven't seen them since '95. they never seem to play boston.


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Jul 02, 2007 14:47 as a reply to  @ narlus's post |  #23

Prince for me too.


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Jul 02, 2007 15:01 |  #24

PusseyCat Dolls,. .. no,.. wait, that's really another subject entirely...

But seriously, I bet a Shakira concert would be pretty amazing, but I'd want to be shooting in one of those EnormoDomes in Brazil with here real fan base..

Peter Gabriel, especially if it was early/mid 1980's.. but either way.

David Bowie, again, I'd like to hop in the way back machine for that one.

Black Sabbath..


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Jul 02, 2007 15:27 |  #25

Ooooh Black Sabbath would be sweet.


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Jul 02, 2007 16:09 |  #26

tipsy wrote in post #3472820 (external link)
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Conor and Interpol i am REALLY looking forward to connor is this friday, interpol is the 20th of august. The blood brothers was one of the hardest concerts i ever shot. They move around like crazy and the pit there was tiny with appaling lighting. i had to under expose so so much just to get them still and even that diddnt work very well.

If i could shoot anyone right now, it would be fall out boy. Not because i like their music, i dont, atall. But i respect the fact that they are very good performers, very lively and 'jumpy' and im sure such hyper stage antics would make some good photos.

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Lucky! I saw him in May but there were no cameras allowed at the venue which sucks because it was an amazing show I wish I could have taken pictures :mad:




  
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Jul 02, 2007 16:15 |  #27

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Lucky! I saw him in May but there were no cameras allowed at the venue which sucks because it was an amazing show I wish I could have taken pictures :mad:

I cant wait for it. I think conor is ace, i have backstage access not just pit access, and it's going to be my first gig under the new british smoking ban! Ill be able to ride home on the train and not stink of the stuff. Should be a great gig all round.

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Jul 02, 2007 18:44 |  #28

Most definately Sepultura! Or Steve Vai.


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Jul 02, 2007 19:36 |  #29

your mom.


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Jul 02, 2007 19:57 |  #30

No contest... Turbonegro, but only if I had waterproof casing on my gear.

Also, would love to have shot Chet Baker when he an old geezer, what a face! :cool:


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