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July 23, 2010


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Kerry Dexter

musicians are always wonderful (and challenging) to photograph. thanks for sharing these photos -- that looks like a festival I'd like to attend.

Debbie Dubrow

Maybe it's because the color is dialed way up, but these photos really do have a sense of being right in the room.

Dominique King

Kerry-You'd love this festival. There is a lot of variety, and there's always such a good vibe among the crowd.

Debbie-The festival actually took place in several different rooms, and between this set of photos--and the set I posted with a recap a couple of days ago--I've got photos from all of the different rooms :)
The differing lighting from room to room...and even from act to act presented quite a challenge for taking photos as none of these were taken with flash.


The photos came out wonderfully. I'm glad you did a follow-up article on the concert. I really liked the other one regarding it as well.

Dominique King

Gypsy-Glad you enjoyed my Concert of Colors posts. It's such a great concert, so I especially enjoy writing about it.

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