Photos: All That Remains @ Family Arena

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Following Hatebreed, All That Remains continued the onslaught, priming the crowd for the finishing blow by Five Finger Death Punch. While All That Remains stage treatment was largely the same as Hatebreed's, the white strobe-like white light from the back of the stage was kicked up an appreciable degree, as was the lighting in between songs, both of which were very welcome.All That Remains performing at the Family Arena in St. Charles, MO support of Five Finger death Punch on october 31, 2011. (Todd Owyoung)

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Photographer's Notes:

Cameras Used:

  • Nikon D3
  • Nikon D700

Lenses Used:

All That Remains received much of the same lighting that Hatebreed had for their set, but just a little bit more of everything, particularly the white light.

I've always maintained that if there are only 10 seconds of good lighting during a three-song shoot, you have to make the most of at small window – even if it's spaced out among 50 distinct moments while the lights are flaring up. This approach was never more true than for shows like this one.

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My Camera DSLR and Lenses for Concert Photography

Nikon Z 7:
I use two Nikon Z 7 for my live music photography. A true do-it-all mirrorless camera with amazing AF, great speed and fantastic resolution.


Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8S:
The 24-70mm is my go-to lens. The range is ideal for stage front photography and the image quality is superb.


Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 VR:
A perfect pair to the Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8, I can basically shoot any job with the midrange and this lens. Superb image quality.


Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8:
Ultra-wide perspective, ridiculously sharp even wide open at f/2.8. I love using this lens up-close and personal, where it excels.

See My Full Kit for Concert Photography

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