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Old 1st December 2009
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Red face Ash and Little Boots

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/cmcalli...7622760447753/

Go easy on me...!!
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Re: Ash and Little Boots

A few misses, but lots of hits!

The Ash set is best I think - loads of atmosphere.

The E-620 did you proud.
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Re: Ash and Little Boots

Little Boots was a serious pain in the ass - she clearly wasn't comfortable with the press photographers, as she spent the first song hidden behind a heeeeuge synth at the back of the stage, and then kept running to either side while giving us funny looks...it was like OMG girl, stay still, or relatively still, for like a second...please?! Lol!
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Re: Ash and Little Boots

Don't need to "Go easy" on you, it's all quality work - both the photographs and the write-ups! Excellent.
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Re: Ash and Little Boots

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Don't need to "Go easy" on you, it's all quality work - both the photographs and the write-ups! Excellent.
Wow, thank you very much...
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Re: Ash and Little Boots

Some excellent shots and none of that big pillar centre stage in the spring and airbrake!!
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Re: Ash and Little Boots

Excellent work. Enjoyed viewing them. Thanks for sharing. Did I notice these were done with the E620? If so I hope some others who doubt its capability would view your work. Well done.

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Excellent work. Enjoyed viewing them. Thanks for sharing. Did I notice these were done with the E620? If so I hope some others who doubt its capability would view your work. Well done.

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I have to say, I was a bit dubious of it at the start too, but a few small tweaks in your settings go a long way - now I love it!

Many thanks for all the kind comments guys - I really enjoy covering gigs, and nice words like these are a total bonus! :-)
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