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    Latitude Festival - M9 & X1

    . . . . . and not a band shot to be seen!

    I've split it into Folks and Friends for those strange people who don't want to look at our kids' friends!


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    I LOVE the colored sheep!

    Some very nice work there. Thanks for sharing.

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    Excellent presentation. I loved the tongue-in-cheek humour.

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    Beautiful pics. Which are X1?

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    Outstanding, Jono!
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    Great photos, Jono. The festival looks as though it was a lot of fun!


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    Re: Latitude Festival - M9 & X1

    I like the legs & shoes

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    Re: Latitude Festival - M9 & X1

    Reed
    thanks, there were lots of coloured sheep, but they were strangely tough to photograph!

    Osman
    Thank you, it was a fine weekend, and there were lots of jokes!


    esy0345
    I was planning to shoot the whole weekend on the X1, but after the first day I was suffering M9 withdrawal . . it tends to be the first few shots in each gallery.

    Ashwin
    Thank you!

    J.
    we had a lot of fun - the music was terrific as well

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    Everyone seems to like the legs and shoes . . . . . you should have smelled them though!

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    Re: Latitude Festival - M9 & X1

    Looks like everyone had a great time including you ..... this type of situation can be a great time photographing people ..

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    Jono, I thoroughly enjoyed viewing your photos. I smiled many times and just imagined the fun y'all were having.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    . . . . . and not a band shot to be seen!
    I've split it into Folks and Friends for those strange people who don't want to look at our kids' friends!
    Latitude Festival Photos
    Jono: I looked at the family and friends first (and I'm definitely strange). Great bunch of fun, happy, interesting, excellent looking people ... and photos. But, I still don't know what Isabel was doing? Maybe I'll find out in the second set? Did your abandon your m4/3 for the X1? Cheers, Matt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    Jono, I thoroughly enjoyed viewing your photos. I smiled many times and just imagined the fun y'all were having.

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    Hi Mark - thank you - smiling as what it was all about!

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    Looks like everyone had a great time including you ..... this type of situation can be a great time photographing people ..
    Quite right . . . I used to go to these gigs and try and shoot the bands . . . now it's the people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Jono: I looked at the family and friends first (and I'm definitely strange). Great bunch of fun, happy, interesting, excellent looking people ... and photos. But, I still don't know what Isabel was doing? Maybe I'll find out in the second set? Did your abandon your m4/3 for the X1? Cheers, Matt.

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    Erm . . .I'm not quite sure what Isabel was doing either. There was a pyramid . . and the outfits . . . and there seemed to be a fake tiger. It was definitely important, but I'm not quite sure what sort of important!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Erm . . .I'm not quite sure what Isabel was doing either. There was a pyramid . . and the outfits . . . and there seemed to be a fake tiger. It was definitely important, but I'm not quite sure what sort of important!
    Jono: Thank you. That cleared it up. Cheers, Matt

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    Jono: Great photos of the "Folk". No clues re: Isabel, though. No photos of the Moth theatre? Looks like a gathering of my youth except cross-generational, better-dressed, less wasted, actual tents, no scary people, better beer (I'm sure), and way more real art (visual/performance). Other then that, just the same. My wife wants to go next year! Cheers, Matt.

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    Re: Latitude Festival - M9 & X1

    Isabel clearly marches to her own beat! Enjoyed that.

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    Lovely shots Jonno.
    I was invited by my sister-in-law to go to Latitude for the alst two years, but had other commitements both times. Maybe next year.....

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    wot cameras were made for - nice Jono.

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