When I was doing my club shoots, I often do not go faster than 1/3s of shutter speed. Partially it was due to hardware limitation and secondly is because I love the effect of a long exposure. Long exposure gives a creamy light effect when used under the correct condition. More
I have grown to like shooting in the club so much that I have gotten used to laser beams and strobe lights.
Lisa’s set was great that night. Blow the roof off, as some might say.Then again, if on every club nights the DJ would blow off the roof,then the roof maintenance must be pretty high. More
One of my big endeavor and perk is to be able to shoot big stars when I am photographing the club scenes.
I got to work together with famous people like Steve Aoki, Hed Kandi, Bloody Beetroots, just to name a few.
While it is easier to just wait at the right moment to take a shot, I prefer working together with these artists to create the kind of feel and look that I want. Depending on the kind of music/performance that they are doing.
Most people do not get is the little thing about the artist. Like for Steve Aoki, I managed to get a snapshot of his headphones, which is DIM MAK branded. More
I like disco balls. The lighting, the reflections, the reflected, everything.
I don’t remember when was it, but I remembered when the club that I used to shoot pictures installed a disco balls, my focus is always at the ball. Keeping eye of the ball, maybe? More
Usually when I am on an assignment to a familiar club, I would camp on a few places where I know the action will be and I will just sit there for it.
I was sitting on the stair’s rails when I took this shot. This guy actually jumped up and filled my sensor with his face. I thought it was an awesome shot, actually. More