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Had the opportunity to shoot David Crosby the other night. I walked out once he started waxing political, but at least he played some of his better known songs by then...


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That is so funny, I did the same thing at a Neil Young show a few years back. I can take a lot but when they started posting pictures of the dead soldiers on the background screen it was too much. I've seen David a few times in recent years and he's kept his comments at bay for the shows I've seen but I'll do the same with him when he gets to be too much for me.

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That is so funny, I did the same thing at a Neil Young show a few years back. I can take a lot but when they started posting pictures of the dead soldiers on the background screen it was too much. I've seen David a few times in recent years and he's kept his comments at bay for the shows I've seen but I'll do the same with him when he gets to be too much for me.

I've met David several times, so I know what he's like. Even the most liberal people in the world look at him and go "Damn, that guy's liberal."

And that's fine, but I have no interest in hearing him rant about things he knows little about in a concert setting...

ps: that 6d does great at 12,800 iso.

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That was the 6D MKII...

It does excellent at low noise.

Saw him and Judy Collins recently, I like the show better with her and the didn't discuss any politics.


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It does an excellent at low noise.

Yeah, I'm pretty pleased with it.

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