When looking up at Rickie-G I saw a perfect opportunity to shoot under him and take advantage of the sky as a background. With the trees and temple in the background plus Rickie looking forward and pointing in the other direction, I think it is well balanced composition that captures Rickie-G in his moment.
Nothing says live concert like fisting the air, a big fuck you to the man…whoever he is. I really like this photo as it captures a powerful moment during the Cool Wise Men set, he just got back on stage after dancing with an audience member. It’s not the sharpest photo but I didn’t have to crop the image much but I darkened the background a little for a more contrasted feel.
When the spotlights were first turned on I saw that this would be a great shot when it gets darker so I came back while Cool Wise Men were playing and took a few photos of their sax player silhouetted with the harsh harsh spotlight profiling his body. This is one of my favorite photos of the day.
I really like the contrasting elements in this photo of wired and metal parts with a placid facial expression. I also really like the tones and vertical and horizontal lines in the background.
I really like this photo as it gives a different perspective of the stage and captures a part of the artist while the main subject is the equipment. What I also like is the size factor where Spinna B-ILL is the tallest, then guitar and then amp, even though B-ILL is cut off from the waist, his height is seen in his casted shadow.
This guy was the most interesting and charismatic performer of the day and plays in The Black Bottom Brass Band. Nothing special about this photo apart that I really like his facial expression and it just captures him having a good time. I also like composition with him foreground right and the old temple in the background with the many lines.