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‘It’s harmony in my head’: A very particular set of circumstances

I sometimes enjoy taking photographs of the gear onstage or the roadies completing sound check. The aim of these photos is to check that my camera settings are appropriate, especially in terms of exposure and white balance. But invariably I end up really liking these photos because they give a different mood and view on artists. However, I am aware that these photographs do not necessarily represent artists the way they are traditionally represented in the media. If context usually informs interpretation of an image then I must argue that, for me, context can distract the interpretation process. Read More →