I didn’t take my camera for Tramlines 2015 as I’d bought tickets and “the rules” would have prevented me taking it into any of the of the official venues. However, I was in Maida Vale with some friends and got an itchy shutter finger and stole Steve’s Canon EOS 70D for a couple of shots.
Exit Strategy One split up a while ago, and Tom’s new band, Kaiju Hunters, were playing a gig down at The Rocking Chair so I thought I’d pop down to see them.
Something strange happened though, which resulted in the event promoter JP, who was the other half of Exit Strategy One to pick up the sticks again and step in. So, I guess this was an Exit Strategy One gig? I don’t know, but either way it was fun.
PJ usually looks after the lights but being behind the drums meant the whole gig appeared to be illuminated in deep blue. This mean that all the photos were very over exposed and difficult to work with, but I think we got there in the end.
I believe they are now going by the name of Timecodes
Exit Strategy One
Finally! An update. Life has been very hectic recently and I pretty much put the camera down for about 6 months. Oh and Lightroom too, meaning that this set of photos was taken just over 12 months ago… Oh dear!
It’s a bit of a mixed bag to be honest. Felt like I was struggling both to take then and to process them. The Stop Drop Robot shots were especially difficult because they were wearing white which made the LED lights either blow the shots out completely or be in almost darkness. Still, let me know if you like them.
Stop Drop Robot