What an adrenaline rush!
I believe this was my first time working a show at the TD Garden since The Police Reunion Tour in 2007. I’m sorry to say that it seems, despite having set my Nikon back to have a factory defect fixed, that there are still some issues going on, but here are some of the photos from last night!
It’s always a little tough, usually being the shortest person in the photo pit, but it does mean I can duck under armpits. It also means that it is easy for crew, and all the taller photographers to miss me in their line of vision. If you ever decide to cover a stadium show, always keep that in mind! Security will do a darned god job at keeping you away from the video track, but it’s your responsibility to not get trampled, too.
Again-I know some of these shots aren’t the best, and I hope to have my camera issues resolved. However, I also like to keep some blurry photos in, as I find them expressive! Big thanks going out to BB Gun Press, Muse’s Security, and TD Garden personnel for their help!
Again, not so psyched about the quality of the images, so I’ll probably have to have the camera checked out again.
Either way, so happy to have been able to capture some of these moments. Muse is fantastic live. The opened with ‘Supremacy’, then delved into one of my favorites, ‘Map of the Problematique’, which then transitioned to ‘Supermassive Black Hole’. And then I was whisked away back to backstage and security! Enjoy!
Did you go to the show? How do you like the new album? I still think ‘Plug in Baby’ is one of my favorites from them.