...Since I Rock and Rolled.
It started with a text message from my friend Val: "We are playing at Harlow's this weekend it's a birthday bash for Sean and Ken would love to see you come hang out..."
Who am I to argue? It was a great night of music and fun with my old friends Midlife Crisis, as well as a band I had not seen before, Reptile Dysfunction Dude (what a name, huh?). If you've visited this website before, you know I started my photo journey taking images of Midlife Crisis back in 2017. There isn't a year that goes by where I don't at least catch them in concert at least once. They put on a great show, often with appear with other great acts from around the South Alabama music scene, and never disappoint. Saturday night at Harlows in Ozark was no exception.
It was also a great night to take some photos. I've been experimenting with camera settings during music photography for some time, and I've slowly settled on the settings that work for my style. As someone who started in painting and drawing first, I try to bring art composition to my photography style. Maybe in a future blog post I will talk about music photography composition and style.
I hope you enjoy the images. See you next time.
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