Walking through the Fitchburg State University campus this June, I came across a rehearsal, for an outdoor stage production. The campus is usually very quiet, until summer courses start-up in earnest. After talking to the director of The Fitchburg Theatre Company, I was invited to a performance. A few weeks later, in late June, I enjoyed a performance of a not so well-known Shakespeare comedy, Love’s Labour’s Lost. I took the F3, and while I had a whole bag of lenses, the 135 f/2.8 was the glass of necessity here. These frames are from one of my last rolls of beloved Kodak Plus-X. Live stage plays can make for some very pleasing results-
This fantastic event, which takes place twice a year, is street photography nirvana. As I have posted many images from past events, including the one that took place in June (strangely referred to on the website as the “Spring Edition”), these shots from the Fall Edition (9/16/12) are just a few of many. Yet, I think they do cohesively come together nicely, thanks to the DJ and street performer. Great photographers, such as Steve Simon, cohost of the podcast This Week In Photo, with roots in street photography, believe strongly in using photography to try to tell a story. Taken with the F3, 135mm f/2.8, Kodak Tri-X. I developed in D-76, 1:1, at 11 1/2 minutes.
Excited that there is going to be a winter edition this year, at Union Station. Winter doesn’t mean that great events like this need to wait until June.