In a rare acoustic set, Brendon Urie of Panic at the Disco fame treated fans to an intimate performance opening for Fall Out Boy as a part of the (RED)Nights concert series.
This concert was two songs, no flash. Lighting on Brendon was relatively low for this light, though the first song did see some nice white backlighting and a relatively large amount of haze over the stage.
Light from the front consisted of a very warm wash that covered the singer's face in orange-red during the first song, which shifted to more of a magenta tint during the second song. The second song also introduce a deep blue wash in place of the white of the first song for a very low-contrast treatment.
For this performance, Brendon remained seated with his guitar, flanked in front by two speaker monitors at the front of the stage, which were a factor in composition – for better or for worse.
I shot at ISO 2000 at f/2.8, between 1/100 and 1/200 for these images.