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– HALLOW’S EVE – Beer Bash & Costume Ball Benefiting Believe in Music | Saturday 10/26/13 @ The Maryland Science Center

– HALLOW’S EVE – Beer Bash & Costume Ball Benefiting Believe in Music | Saturday 10/26/13 @ The Maryland Science Center

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Bands – Sons Of The Radio, Cyrenic, and The Life Review

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Sons Of The Radio (SOTR)

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Baltimore at Night

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Michael Franti and Spearhead @ The Fillmore Silver Spring Sept. 20th

Michael Franti knows all about the power of music. He knows how it can inspire, uplift and make people want to dance or cry. He felt it firsthand recently when he heard the children’s chorus at New York’s PS22 elementary school singing “I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like),” the celebratory first single from Franti’s tenth studio album, All People.

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CUBBIEBEAR Album Release Party @ Metro Gallery 8/17 FREE SHOW!!! Featuring Teddy Faley

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CUBBIEBEAR Album Release Party @ Metro Gallery 8/17 FREE SHOW!!! Featuring Teddy Faley

Check out the gallery from the Cubbie Bear Album Release Party @ Metro Gallery on 8/17/2013:

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Sons Of The Radio – The Delicate Machinery album release show | Rams Head Live

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The Photography of Jacob Roames

Welcome Jacob Roames, the latest contributor to Shoot The Fade.  Jacob shoots in and around the Mid-Atlantic region with a focus on Philadelphia, his home. Lets take a look at some of his photography. See the gallery below:

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Sons Of The Radio – The Delicate Machinery album release show | Rams Head Live

Who said rock is dead?! Grab that fucker, strap some Beats by Dre to his head and turn up the decibels on the new album The Delicate Machinery by Baltimore’s own Sons Of The Radio. The band’s sound touches on its “Classic Rock” influences while intoxicating you with straight, in-your-face Rock n’ Roll. All the while built around a solid foundation of drum via Jimmy Herberson. I call him The Omega Speedmaster (it’s a watch), cause he keeps time like a BOSS in the percussion section. Thomas Kravulski the bassist that plays in different places going from a low to mid range, accompanied by a serious   -_-   lead guitarist in Micheal Sullivan. And all fronted by Matt Gomez who is a blend of inspiration, adaptable bad-ass, and if given the opportunity could power a small neighborhood just by song alone.

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…and check out the gallery of the album release show below:

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Exposure: Totally Exposed!

Photographers Creed: This is my camera. There are many like it, but this one is mine. My camera is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life….. So on and so forth, you get it, you have to know your camera.

Your camera is a box with a door (the shutter) that allows light in to burn an image on a light sensitive surface. ‘Exposure’ refers to the amount of light to which the film–or the sensor–is exposed.

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Shutter speed, aperture, and ISO are the holy trinity of photography.

ISO, don’t get all worked up over the acronym and what it means ( International Organization  for Standardizatoin). ISO refers to the ‘Speed’ at which film-or a sensor-absorbs light. On a sunny day you’d use ISO 100, it’s a ‘slow’ ISO but since there is soooo much light it can absorb it easily. A ‘fast’ ISO like 1600 you’d prob use a dusk or sunset. ISO is the first thing I set on my camera when going out to shoot, unless the light changes I can set it and forget it.

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Here’ s the quick and dirty, the aperture is the size of the hole through which the light passes on the way to the sensor.   It belongs in the lens rather than the camera body. Making the aperture larger allows in more light; making it smaller allows in less light. Aperture is measured in ‘f stops’ with slightly odd numbers attached. F2.8 is a relatively wide aperture size. If we halve the size and therefore the amount of light, we talk about ‘going down a stop’ to f4. The higher the f-stop number, the smaller the diameter of the aperture. Aperture not only controls exposure (how bright/dark an image is) but determines depth of focus.

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As previously mentioned, the shutter is like the door. Most of the time the door is closed, but every now and then, when you press the shutter button, it opens. The longer it stays open, the more light it lets in. Shutter speeds vary greatly from  1/8000, 1/4000, 1/1000, 1/500, 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 1 or -1, -2 etc. Aside from exposure, shutter speed is important in allowing the photographer to blur or freeze movement.

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ISO, aperture, and shutter speeds all work on the principle of ‘stops’, a standard measure of light that is most easily tracked in half or double increments.

For ISO and shutter speed, this is fairly straightforward. ISO 400 (a good ISO for a heavily cloudy day) is a stop ‘faster’–or twice as light absorbent–as ISO 200. A shutter speed of 1/250 is twice as fast 1/125 and therefore lets in half the amount of light.

For aperture, only the numbers are confusing–the principle remains the same. F11 allows in half as much light as f8 since it is one stop ‘smaller’.

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