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Mercury prize nominated Eska (Eska Mtungwazi) performing at the Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton, England. This was taken using only the stage lighting with the Leica M9 set at 1200iso. The lens was the Zeiss 50mm Sonnar f1.5 with the camera set manually at 1/125 and f2.8. The image is virtually straight out of the camera but has been cropped slightly and tweaked. This was the first time I have used the M9 during a live performance (I normally shoot at soundchecks) and I was very happy with the results. I hope you like it, and thanks for looking. Gerry
I asked this accordionist if I could take his image whilst walking through Antwerp, and he nodded his approval. When I had finished (I took 2 shots virtually identical) I put all the change in my pocket into his case, but he became disgruntled suggesting it wasn't enough. Sadly I had to walk away because I felt he might get angry, there was nothing more I could do. Processed into b&w with LR CC from the original .dng file. Gerry
I took the chance to listen to some great 'Django' style jazz outside a jazz bar whilst walking around Ghent in Belgium last weekend, and captured this great guitarist performing as part of a quartet. The image was shot on an M9 using the 35mm Summarit, and then converted to b&w using Lightroom CC. I hope you like it! Gerry