“Guitar Bob at Factor’s Walk #2″

Canon 7D Tamron f2 60mm macro lens ISO 640 f2.5@1/350th – handheld – existing light

Hey Everybody,

I am posting music shots to Light Diary this week to commemorate my dear friend Eric Britt’s CD realease party / show at Smith’s Olde Bar in Atlanta this coming Saturday night, February 16th. I’ll be playing with Eric at the show. We would love to see you there. You can visit the Facebook event page for the show by clicking here. Please arrive early….. there is a good chance the Atlanta room (where we will be playing) will reach capacity.

This entry was written by Craig , posted on Monday February 11 2013at 01:02 pm , filed under Black and White, Chiaroscuro, Music, People, Savannah and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

4 Responses to ““Guitar Bob at Factor’s Walk #2″”

  • wnor says:

    Always glad to see your portraits of Bob and am looking forward to more of your pictures of musicians. What a nice tribute to the CD Release evening in Atlanta.

  • Craig says:

    Thank you Wes!….Craig

  • gfin says:

    Hello Craig,

    I plan on going, are you going to be there early to give some pointers on photographing the band in low light?

    btw we have met a few times at RPS.


  • Craig says:

    Hey Greg,

    Thank you for being here. Yes. You need to be there by 6:30. We will meet in the downstairs bar. Please go to http://www.tmelive.com and use the “contact us” form to send me an email. Choose “workshops” as the subject and include your name, cell phone number, and the equipment you will be bringing and mention the Smith’s Olde Bar show. And I will send you a confirmation email.

    Look forward to seeing you Saturday!

    This will be a very small group….its limited to 6 photographers.

    Thank you again…..Craig

    P.S. Since no flash or tripods are allowed in Smith’s this talk involves doing the work handheld. As a result minimum equipment requirements are a camera that has a maximum ISO of 6400 or higher and an f2.8 lens or faster ( f4 or faster if the lens is image stabilized). Very fast normal to short telephoto lenses are ideal.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.