When I first took in my rolls of film from the Carolina Rebellion to be developed, I knew I had a stray roll somewhere and couldn't think of where it might be. But, I did run across it last week and delivered the film to Biggs Camera in Charlotte, NC to have the roll developed. The scenes here are from the first day of the metal festival. I like the top photo in particular. The film I used was Kodak Portra 400. Thanks for viewing!
The Deftones are my favorite band hands down. I try to see them in concert as much as possible. The most recent being at the 2016 Carolina Rebellion. After their set there on Sunday I left to go home. Seeing them live completed my Carolina Rebellion weekend. Having already seen them live, I didn't need to stick around for Rob Zombie or Alice Cooper. Also skipped Disturbed based on a lack of interest in their music. Check out the new release by the Deftones titled GORE.
All the photos here were made with my Canon film camera. I did not get as close to the stage as I wanted to, but close enough. The film I used was Kodak Portra 400 with the ISO bumped up to 800. Thanks for viewing my photos.
Last night in Charlotte, NC I saw Tom Keifer in concert. If you're not familiar with who this is, he's the frontman for the 80's band Cinderella. The venue Tom played at is Amos' Southend near uptown Charlotte. It's a small venue and to me perfect for concerts; because I like the small venue concert halls. I enjoy Keifer's music which has a blues influence. Good pure rock n roll. During the show I made some photos with my iPhone that are not perfect but cool none the less. I hope some day to do concert photography with my DSLR.