Concert Vibes: Valley Shine at The Satellite in SilverLake 3/4/16

Family & Lifestyle
March 5, 2016

I love shooting a little Indie Folk Band by the name of Valley Shine. They returned to the stage last night for a show at The Satellite, a music staple to the Silverlake area.

The lighting was perfect in many ways, shifting slightly as the set did. These were shot on Leica M240 (first time with concerts!) and Canon 5dMarkiii.

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See you at the next!

-xo

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