Saturday I attended a concert with danish dancehall trio Bikstok Røgsystem in my old turf Køge, at the little venue Tapperiet.
I didn't expect to be able to bring my camera, so I just had my street photography setup with me (Fujifilm X-Pro1 + Fujinon 18mm f/2 R) which isn't the most ideal setup for concert photography. In Denmark it's usually not allowed to bring a camera to concerts, but being a small venue and a down to earth act I guess they didn't feel the need to enforce that kind of restrictions on the audience. Today everyone has a smartphone with a camera anyway, and who in their right mind would bring their camera to a concert and then following night out on the town (me, I can't leave home without it).
Seeing as I only had the wide 18mm lens with me (28mm equivalent), I decided to shoot images that included the audience and captured mood and energy of the concert. I didn't geek out fully with my camera, first and foremost I was there to enjoy the concert and it was a blast.!
Here is what I got out of it.
Keywords: 18mm, Bikstok Røgsysten, Danmark, Denmark, Fujifilm, Fujinon, Køge, Tapperiet, X-pro1, concert, dancehall, fujifilm x-pro1, koncert, live, nightlife
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