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Hannah Montana in Fresno, California

Posted on Monday, November 12, 2007 at 10:07PM by Registered Commenterkennethlinge in , , | Comments2 Comments

Last week I had an amazing trip to one of my favorite places, Santa Cruz, and then on to the Hannah Montana Concert in Fresno. It was so fun to see my 12 year old daughter and her friend enjoy themselves to the max. They even got to meet Hannah at a meet and greet :-) It sure was a younger audience than at the Ozzy concert in Oslo, Norway in June. I could not bring my Canon 1d Mark III inside so I brought my little point and shoot Canon TX-1. I want to show what a great little camera it can be, 1/125sec f4 ISO 400 no flash. Original file ran through Linge Action Color Perfect. Music is such an amazing thing, and I love to watch talented people whatever music or art form it is. Thanks so much to FM 100 in Utah for providing us with 4 tickets, airfare and hotel.IMG_6635%20act.jpg

Reader Comments (2)

Kenneth,
This is a great tool to have with you, I agree, I've used my many times to seem more incognito. I love how you didn't let the situation deter you from taking a great picture, as usual. I always wondered what settings you'd use in a concert due to the ongoing action, bright colors/lights. I'm surprised you didn't have to use a higher shutter speed or F-stop. It looks really sharp considering it was only at a F4.
Thanks for sharing this with us! When I was in LA a couple of weeks ago I got to see where HM lives, and it was more private than people like Steve Carell (actor on The Office) who lives in the same neighoborhood. She is so popular it's insane.
~Julie A.

December 1, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJulie Azares

sweet i went to see her consert on the floor and she ROCKED!!

February 24, 2008 | Unregistered Commenternicole

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