Over the years of living the scene in Paris, I have became friends with the owner of Landscape Tattoo, a tattoo shop, which is also selling some urban/skate/snow clothes and US grocery. Seb, the owner, happens to also be the singer of a Parisian hardcore band called The Great Divide. Last year, as I was working for Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!, The Great Divide hired me to cover their show. Earlier this year, the band was performing on a label tour in France. When the tour stopped in Paris, I was offered to cover the show once again.
The venue is a club house, well-known in Paris. It was actually one of my first time in this venue, when put in concert shape, and not club. The colors were.. not so good, mostly with the disco ball in the middle of the ceiling. Yet, the help of an external flash was really good.
Special thanks to The Great Divide, Alea Jacta Est, Useless Pride Records, One Heartbeat Productions and ... Kronenbourg (as usual)
Gear used: Nikon D600 + Samyang 14mm f/2.8 + Neewer 561 flash
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