Re: LONDON 4 SHOWS ...... 2013
Fantastic photos Phil. What kind of camera were you using? Very sharp indeed!
David, you are far too generous in your praise for my little point and shooter. As I mentioned, I thought these were poor compared to some of my previous photos with this camera. This was mostly down to the lighting at The Borderline and Shepherds Bush, which is a shame as I've previously taken some excellent pics of other artists at SBE. Warren Haynes and Tedschi Trucks for example. If you check out any of my other sets of photos of Joe almost all will be better than London 2013.
If you click on one of the links in my post then delete the word "show/" from the URL it wil take you to the particular set of photos. Clicking on any photo will bring up a larger image and just above it is a drop down menu headed Actions. Click on that and select View Exif info to see all the exposure detail relating to that photo plus the camera it was taken with. In this case a Fuji F70EXR. I've had this camera for around four years and it goes to all gigs with me. It doesn't seem to have suffered too much from falling out of the case and bouncing along the road while running for the train a couple of years ago. I was rushing to be at the front of the queue for a Joe show at the time.
As you can see from the many sets I have uploaded to flickr, my little Fuji has given sterling service.
“The guy who has helped the blues industry the most is Joe Bonamassa and I would say he is more rock than some rock stuff, so to me blues is whatever you want it to be!”
Simon McBride in my interview with him in Blues Matters! Issue #56