Waiting in the dark
For rainbow-y performance
Last Saturday, I went to a Charity Concert; Tokyo Gospel Choir Concert.
The main purpose is to see (and take photos of) my elder sister. She’s a member of the music school who performs that night.
However, the plan didn’t go very well.
Unfortunately, she was standing in the corner and a little too short to be stand out.
Sure, I can move up and take the photo from afar. But my longest lens is 85mm; not long enough.
Anyway, show must go on, so I took shots of other people instead :D
These are my favorites:
My favorite subject of the day. I love his energy and expression. Took a lot of his photos…
Love how she enjoys the melody, definitely love her smile too…
A little too revealing for gospel?
And it was ended with all hands in the air…
I hope the donation gathered will help a lot of people.
The official photographer for that concert was using two Nikon cameras. If I’m not wrong, they were D3s and D700, and one of the lenses is 70-200mm f/2.8.
I was drooling.
If only I can speak Japanese, I might talk to him for discussion — and perhaps borrow and try his gears. Haha!
PS: Yes, the first photo on this post is actually taken at the beginning of the second period; hence the clothes are white :D.
*Zero Hall, Nakano, Tokyo, Japan