Concert Shoot at Webster Hall

I got the opportunity on Saturday to shoot at one of SoHo’s quintessential music venues, Webster Hall. Dating back to the late nineteenth century, Webster Hall is alleged to be one of the oldest night clubs in New York City.

I was there to help capture the record release show of up-and-coming heavy metal band No Remission. It was a very low-key shoot, with our team using two Panasonic DVX100B MiniDV cameras and two GoPro Hero HD cameras and the other crew shooting with two Canon 5D Mark II DSLRs and a consumer solid-state camcorder. Because the final delivery is standard-definition DVD, all of of the source material will be scaled down to 720×480 for post.

Although there are no stills of the show itself, I did grab a handful of snapshots around the venue.

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