Entering the Tomb – Disentomb Live

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– Col B.

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LIVE WORKS PART 3 – YOU SAID IT….

Feed Her to the Sharks Live at Thriller, Brisbane – 30/11/2013
Song: Fuck Melbourne.
Album: Savage Seas (2013)

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All music played by FHTTS.
Recorded by Ean Redman
Mixed by Arin Ozdemir
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Created by Col B Cadell Photography & Video:
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– Col B

Live Works Part 2 – Walk the Plank and See What Happens

Created by Col B Cadell Photography & Video:
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All music played by FHTTS.
Recorded by Ean Redman
Mixed by Arin Ozdemir
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Feed Her to the Sharks Live at Thriller, Brisbane – 30/11/2013
Song: My Bleeding Heart Swims in a Seas of Darkness.
Album: The Beauty of Falling (2010)

– Col B.

Enter the Chasm – A Night with The Amenta

Australian extreme metallers The Amenta recently took the stage at one of Brisbane’s best music institutions, Crowbar. I decided to gear up, take along the 5Dmk3 as well as a newly purchased SmallHD DP4 EVF. I also had a freshly installed build of MagicLantern and took the chance to make this clip in RAW. Also worth noting is that I didn’t ask permission to film the band so if they aren’t stoked with me having this up, then let me know. The clip is just below with a bit of me talking about the SmallHD and firmware updates just following.

The Amenta – Live @ Crowbar, Brisbane (shot in ML RAW) from Col B Cadell on Vimeo.

All Music and Performance by The Amenta

Using the the SmallHD DP4 EVF for the first time live was a true pleasure. The DP4 is a small but fully functional field monitor with pro features such as Peaking, Focus Assist+, False Colour and a whole heap more. With a relatively simple setup and short programming time (if needed) it really gets into the work quickly. If you get the chance to test one I recommend it, even more so with the EVF attachment. Adding the EVF loupe to the monitor is amazing and really adds to your visibility, particularly in low light, for viewing the image. On top of this it’s essentially making your viewing space far larger by making use of the monitors 4.3inch size.

I will say though if your using Canon Firmware 1.2.1 on your camera (I can’t due to MagicLantern needs) it would be smart to set the colour for your shots off the monitor on camera. The DP4 is great but it still can’t match the camera colour perfectly. With 1.2.1 installed you can now run the camera screen and HDMI out monitor at the same time. If your like me and using ML you will need to set colour on camera then plug in your monitor. While these steps aren’t necessity I would recommend them to help set your shots.

Gear Used:
– Canon 5Dmk3
– Zeiss 50mm T*Planar 1.4
– Scheinder Optics Filters
– SmallHD DP4 EVF

Settings:
– ISO1600
– F2.2 – 4.0
– 1/50
– WB Tungsten

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http://www.theamenta.com
http://www.magiclantern.fm

– Col B

Once in a rotation, I appear.

My friends and family in The Schoenberg Automaton (insane metal band from Australia) that I used to do vocals for.. .and a long story and a lot of medical bills later I now don’t.

But as a Christmas treat the lads let me up on stage for an appearance at close friends of mine ‘Western Decay’s reunion show. I jumped up and channelled all I had for an epic rendition of ‘Where Are We, In A Cube?’ with the now frontman and good friend Jake Gerstle.

Good times and sore necks.

Notre, a night to remember

Notre (Brisbane Post Hardcore)

I recently did a shoot for a close friend and photography pals show at Fat Louie’s (rad rad rad bar and always free for live music). All shots are Canon 7D, Zeiss 50 T Planar f1.4, @f1.4 ISO800.

It was beyond dark in the venue, and while I say it’s a great place to see music, it’s a photographers worst nightmare with pink, green, and dull fluro mixing to create a pastiche of miss focuses, shutter speed issues and general difficulty seeing through the viewfinder.

But… above all things it’s always great to try and challenge yourself. In this case, manual lens, low f stop, long shutter and a high ISO.

– Col B Cadell.

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