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International Festival, 2014, Pearland, TX

Last weekend I had the awesome opportunity to shoot as a volunteer photographer for the 2014 Pearland International Festival in Pearland, TX – my new home since returning from Taiwan. The event featured acts from throughout the Houston area and was a great chance to practice my concert and cultural photography.

Above: youth members of Mariachi Calmecec, a Houston-based mariachi group.

A dancer from Grupo Folkorico Raices De Panama, a Panamanian dance group.

A singer performs with Galaxy Band, a Houston-based reggae band.

A performance of Grease by Pearland Theatre Guild.

A “flying” Bollywood dancer.

Indian classical dancers.

Mango Punch, a Houston-based salsa band.

Le Calma, a NorteƱo/Tejano band from San Antonio.

 

Concert Photography: The Phoenix Show, Hsinchu

These are from The Phoenix Show, an event which took place last night in the hopes of boosting Hsinchu’s local music scene. It was a huge success and the three bands that performed were a huge amount of fun to shoot.

I used the 35mm f/1.8 as usual, and was able to get some fast shutter speeds at an ISO of 3200.

Starting off is Peaks, a band which plays a mix of psychedelic, alternative, and punk.

 

Next up is the Cuervos, another expat band in Taiwan:

 

Finally, the first band to perform that night, Crazy Lazarus. They’re a Taiwanese punk band which was pretty awesome.

See the rest of the photos on Flickr.