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Visiting Prague means a great variety of cultural input. You can spend every night there in jazzclub, blues bar, etc. Usually you get to hear high quality stuff. We were lucky and enjoyed a night listening to a piano trio. The acoustics down in that cellar from a building of the middle ages were breathtaking. Olympus EM 5 with Nocticron the pianist
I took this portrait of English jazz pianist Julian Joseph in 2016 using my M9 and Zeiss 50mm f1.5 lens @ 1250iso. Shutter was 1/125 and aperture f5.7. It was shot as .dng for use by the theatre, and I have only just converted it to mono using LRCC. Lighting was stage lighting (i.e. no flash). Hope you like it! Gerry
Norwegian pianist and electronic keyboard players Brugge Wesseltoft setting up his equipment for a solo concert at the Turner Sims Concert Hall in Southampton, England. Taken using theatre lighting with a Leica M9 and Zeiss 50mm Sonnar f1.5. 1/60th and f1.7 at 1250 iso. Gerry
Taken from the 3rd floor of a mall atrium and looking down into the 1st level where a pianist was playing. I wanted to capture two contrasting scenes: On one side the people standing still while listening to the pianist play his tunes, and on the other side, people milling around the fruit stand. I wanted to portray the movement so I timed the shot at .7secs. Anything longer rendered the moving people invisible already. The other challenge was to keep the hand-held shot steady while looking down from the railing and hoping the cam doesn't fall M9, Summicron M 50 0.7/f4.0