Photography and models at concerts

A concert is a live performance (typically of music) before an audience. The performance may be by a single musician, sometimes then called a recital, or by a musical ensemble, such as an orchestra, a choir, or a musical band.

#10 – Voltaire Concert

December 21, 2009 Best Of
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Picking the first 17 wasn’t too hard, but getting down to ten was painful. There were a couple of images that vied for #10, but I selected this one. Kind of funny that one of the top 10 wasn’t even a model photography picture. Instead, it was a concert image. So why did I pick […]

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The Rest Of the Band

May 1, 2009 Concert

Ok, while I admit to a glandular and artistic preference for the female of the species, neither are the reason I have so few pictures of the other members of the band. The real reason is they were out of the light. Most of the light was on the center of the stage and both […]

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Melissa Elledge on Accordion

April 30, 2009 Concert

I think Melissa was one of the newest additions to the band. She was very intense while playing, but had a great smile. Here are a few images that show both aspects of her.

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Erica Mulkey on Cello

April 29, 2009 Concert

I don’t think this would be a very good Glamour Apprentice series if there were no pretty girls. Both of the female members of the Skeletal Orchestra qualify so they each get there own day. Erica Mulkey was the Celloist for the band and very photogenic. I wish I had a image for the expression […]

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Voltaire Himself

April 28, 2009 Concert

Here is the man himself.

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Voltaire & The Skeletal Orchestra

April 27, 2009 Concert

I shot the Voltaire and the Skeletal Orchestra show here in Houston last week. This is something different for me. I normally shoot in the studio where I control everything, but I’ve been trying to branch out. I’m friends with the guy who brought them to town, Marc from Seraphemera. I’d had the chance to […]

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