On Monday, June 23 (last day before CSC Rehearsal!) I had the pleasure of driving down to Providence, RI, and photographing a chilling production of Crave, by Sarah Kane. It featured four local actors and was directed by Kira Hawkridge. Pretty much everyone involved is an alumni of my undergraduate alma mater, the University of Rhode Island. The show was short, compressed in space and pace, and was almost dance-like- the four actors moved constantly, performing various actions with pieces of translucent fabric. Due to the pace of the show and very minimal light, it ended up being quite a challenging shoot! I wore both my 6D and 60D, and mostly stuck to the 17-40mm f/4L on the 6D and the 50mm f/1.4 on the 60D. Even with the fairly wide apertures of both lenses (especially the 50mm), the ISO was pretty cranked on both cameras. I've noticed that the 60D isn't too wonderful over ISO 800- I can't wait until I can get a second full-frame camera so I don't have to worry about changing focal lengths and poor high-ISO performance. Maybe the new 7D MKII will be a good crop-sensor answer to my prayers. Darkness be damned, I still managed to get some great shots, like the one above, which I really love. It looks like a horror movie poster! The credit really does need to go to Kira and her team of actors, who staged these shots and let me get in their way as I followed them all around the stage. Check out more of their work at www.outloudtheatre.org! Here's 25 more photos in a slideshow for your enjoyment!