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Roskilde Festival 2012

Roskilde Festival 2012

Roskilde Festival – 8 days, 130.000 audiences and volunteers, 1 million liters of beer and 200 music artists from all over the world. An event a lot of people look forward to year after year.

The unique camp life at Roskilde Festival is a central part of the grand Roskilde experience. Roskilde Festival is the party you can’t have in many other places. A place where people opens up and allows themselves to do things they would normally get arrested for on the street in a big city. The break from the daily routine that recharges your batteries and brings you closer to people you don’t know. Fellowship, party, colors and boundaries being pushed. Spontaneous dancing party under a random pavilion, to happy guys in sailor costume shooting their way through the camps with a soap bubbles gun, a person carrying a large speaker on the bag spreading rhythms on his way from one area to the other. People smile – it’s just Roskilde. For a moment you’re in another world.

Everybody looks forward to the day where the stage area opens and the music shoots from the big stages. Everybody has marked their favorite bands on the packed music programme which spans across 56 hours and 7 different stages from July 5th – 8th. From Jamaican reggae kings across Bruce Springsteen to Polish death metal. The music flows and it’s not just heard, but seen and felt. The Orange Stage  – an icon of the festival, opens its jaw and pushes heavy beats through your body and the ground on which you stand. And the audience repays with their hands towards the sky. A place where dreams come true for a lot of emerging as well as established music artists.

The photographs below reflect a part of my own experiences as an audience at this year’s Roskilde Festival. The most intense photographs are also often the most difficult to capture. When the sun sets and it gets dark, you are suddenly completely dependent on the artificial lighting from the stage. The light changes constantly both in terms of strength and color, so there’s a challenge in front of you all the time to keep a good exposure in camera, and at the same time you’re perfectly aware that the right moment can emerge at any point.

Click on the pictures to see them larger. Have a favorite among these photographs? Feel free to tell me why you like it in the comments below.

 

Roskilde Festival 2012
Roskilde Festival 2012
Roskilde Festival 2012
Roskilde Festival 2012
Roskilde Festival 2012
Roskilde Festival 2012
Roskilde Festival 2012