Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls @ Webster Hall, NYC – 9.29.12
September 30, 2012 | Concert Photography
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls headlined the first of two nights at Webster Hall last night. The band was awesome and played a perfect setlist for me. The lighting was bright, the floors were bouncing and everyone was singing along. Just your average Frank Turner show, no big whoop.
The lighting was really bright for Frank Turner, and I shot around ISO 1600. The first song, I used the 70-200mm f2.8 since I was pretty far from Frank in the middle of the stage. As soon as The Sleeping Souls came on, the guitarist ran up to the front of the stage so fast, look like he was about to step on my arm. I didn’t even see him do that so he kind of scared the shit out of me hahahaha.
I switched to the 24-70mm f2.8 after the second song to get the other members but I switched back to the longer lens because it was tough getting decent shots with that lens. I usually try to shoot bands after the 3 or 4 songs, but this time I just wanted to go into the crowd with my buddies and sing along. It was a blast!
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Tags: 24-70mm f2.8, 70-200mm f2.8, acoustic, Concert Photography, folk punk, frank turner, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls, live photography, nikon d300, nyc, September 29th 2012, The Sleeping Souls, webster hall