KK Cruiser wrote:This is cool, i found it on Youtube
Disaster Area wrote:KK Cruiser wrote:This is cool, i found it on Youtube
Can you imagine all the youtube videos of the cruise that will show up around Jan 29, 2011!
Andy wrote:You can bring photo and/or video cameras on board and use them except for the live shows.
The use of Pocket cameras / Cell phone cameras is ok.
For the shows, the use of professional photo cameras with exchangeable objectives as well as audio or video recording is not permitted unless officially authorized and a photo/press pass has been issued to that person.
TOM CRUISE wrote:but video taping performances is strickly forbidden and violators will be dealt with by security.
junkhead13 wrote:TOM CRUISE wrote:but video taping performances is strickly forbidden and violators will be dealt with by security.
Violators will be forced to buy a round for everybody on the ship!
That will teach them!
TOM CRUISE wrote:I just purchased a new Canon EOS Rebel Xi SLR digital camera w/2 lenses and it should arrive any day from B+H, I wonder if I could get a photo pass. I would be scared to bring it on the cruise actually unless there were photo pits.
junkhead13 wrote:It's strange. A couple of years ago, we all went to shows to actually watch the show. Now you see a bunch of cameras/cell phones in the air recording the show. What, to watch it later? I'd rather experience it while actually there rather than becoming an amateur cinematographer and trying to get the perfect shot!
KK Cruiser wrote:I strongly recommend a trip to Wacken if you haven't been.
Max_Rockwell wrote:KK Cruiser wrote:I strongly recommend a trip to Wacken if you haven't been.
This years line up didnt seem so awesome, so I chose not to go.
KK Cruiser wrote:
After Wacken I dashed up into Norway and Sweden. It was great.
Schluckspecht666 wrote: Are you talking about the same Wacken then the rest of us?
Sinister Realm wrote:My wife and I are going to Wacken for the first time this year. We are very excited and after the festival will be spending a few days in Berlin and Hamburg. We've always wanted to go and decided to just go for it this year. Although there are plenty of bands we are not interested in there are still enough to get us excited, Slayer-Immortal-Ishan-Candlemass-Stratovarious-Grave Digger-Fear Factory-Iron Maiden-Motley Crue-Evile-Cannibal Corpse..etc etc. Plus A friend of mine is in one of the bands playing this year and he got me all access backstage passes...:)
ShoreSlayer wrote:Schluckspecht666 wrote: Are you talking about the same Wacken then the rest of us?
Not the first to express the same opinion. I've never been and haven't studied the current or past line ups extensively but from the posts I've read here, it sounds like the festival in general has deteriorated from what it was, both in terms of lineups and festival conditions. Having said that, I'd still go if I had the cash just because it's sort of a legendary event that I've yet to experience
starlight wrote:I don't like Wacken anymore.
Too crowded, too commercial, too large, too much to walk ( )
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