Discussion in 'News' started by Kevin, Aug 14, 2014.
Waiting for this thing to be on YT or something...
> Final Masquerade
(I'm not the uploader.)
This is a good fan recording of What I've Done. Brad's solo in this was well executed. I like how the solo is always a bit different in every show.
What the hell happened to whoever recorded Rebellion -_-
I was going to record the entire show with my GoPro, but as I said I got yelled at right after Guilty All the Same. I'll upload that one soon, but it's a shame I couldn't get more considering everyone else was able to record with their phones.
Still doesn't make sense to me. Was it LiveNation crew or LP crew that asked you to put the GoPro away?
Wasn't LP crew. Susquehanna Bank crew.
Does anyone know if they'll have official live bootlegs for this tour? I haven't been able to find the answer to that anywhere.
unfortunately i had to work while the show as broadcasted.
anyone has a yt link?
plus: how come, we don`t get Setlists anymore on this tour? some kind of legal issue?
But, also, there are times when we don't have eyes and ears at shows that can give us setlist information.
The Yahoo! Live stream is on YouTube. Just search it by band name show location and date and a lot of things should come up. That's how I found it.
Here are some photos I took from the show. Enjoy
(Watermark is there for preview purposes, wont be as obtrusive when I publish the article)
How do you even take pictures that cool?
Kept switching between Shutter Priority (1/200) and Aperture Priority mode (as low an aperture as my lens would allow) set ISO to about 1600, and finally set my camera to take multiple images when I hold down the shutter. Then I staked out the absolute best spot against the stage and just waited for cool moments and took 5-10 shots from the same sequence and picked the best. Had over 500 images to go through at the end of the night. 500 to find 43 I liked .
The reason I kept switching between Shutter Priority and Aperture is that each mode handled light differently. So sometimes I'd shoot one big moment with both modes and choose which one handled the light the best.
All done with a kit lens too. Sure there's more noise in these photos than a 700-1500 dollar lens, but I also got a LOT closer to the stage than the dudes who had the expensive lenses. They held back and took wide shots of the whole stage...which is cool and all, but I'm pretty sure fans want the closeup action shots? Maybe I'm wrong though.
Were you in that photo pit/media pit or whatever it its? Do they even have that?
Anyway, amazing pictures.
I was in front of the barricade for the first 3 songs.
Can't find it. Do you have a link?
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