I had a difficult time getting this shot because the lighting setup in Headstock back then wasn't really ideal without a flash gun also I remember that The Squibs are performing Indie Musician in this photo and that song of theirs is sort of my anthem because doing what you love and what you are passionate about doesn't require money. Although you need money to feed it sometimes.
This is Mang Roger and he does a lot of street selling for a living. I took this shot during the celebration of Independence Day and I promised him that I will return back to the same spot and give him a copy of this photograph.
I was really surprise to see this. I just swirled my camera after the shutter closed but I never expected the light effect to end at the guitar.
This was my first ever photograph after a two month break and honestly those two months felt like years of not shooting photographs. I really like this photograph because of the silhouettes, the mood of the lighting and of course how the vocalist's face was lit.
I love image this because I like capturing moments or more like stealing moments from people. Sure, this photograph is not the best and there is a lot going on but what I love here is that people everywhere are smiling, taking photographs and spending their time with the people they love.
I am a fan of poetic photographs which in truth is hard to take. To me this photograph is a poetic one from the mirror, the dimly lit room, the faces of the people, the arched back of the musician and how the light hits him mixes very well. I also believe that this photograph captured the vibe of Fuseboxx's dark and melodic music.