Grizzly Bear – Coachella

Grizzly Bear was sweet. They blended in nice with the whole Coachella vibe. I really enjoyed shooting their set even though it was pretty difficult with lighting and everything. They were way into the vibey dark lights.

You can get prints/high res over at my smugmug.

~Max

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Shooting Notes:

Grizzly Bear’s set was basically pitch black. It was one of the most difficult shooting situations I have been in with lighting. And to make matters worse, I was limited on my CF Cards when I got to Coachella, so I had to shoot in JPEG, and when there is bad lighting, that is a no-no. Pretty much always a no-no, but yeah. Good times. I used my 24-70 f/2.8 on my D700 for the set.

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