Well the RjD2 show was really dope. He played with a live band which brought a whole new vibe to his music, they played a mixture of old and new stuff but at the end it was one of those concerts that was just too short, he could have played for another 3 hours as far as I’m concerned.
I caught him a week or so ago at the Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles. It was funny because I was almost not let into the event with my camera. The security guy said “sorry man, no digital cameras”. A friend I was with jumped in and said “wait, thats not digital, he’s shooting film”. After a quick inspection of the back of my camera I was let right in with a firm head nod from the guy as he said “oh, go ahead sorry for the confusion”.
Anybody know anything about those rules, or have similar experiences? It was definitely camera discrimination against the digi’s. Then I thought aren’t cellphone camera’s digital? they should have made everyone with a cellphone take them back to their cars because there were people not only taking cell phone pix but recording video as well. Here are some frames made from the event. All images are in camera double exposures.
I’ll leave you with a shot of the man himself. Don’t know why this one wasn’t quite double exposed.