There's Art Prize 8 going on downtown here in Grand Rapids, Michigan right now, so as usual there are many many performers and artists at their locations. Kevin Kammeraad (of Kevin Kammeraad and Friends) got ahold of me to shoot some photos and maybe video for him at one of the locations Sunday, which he wasn't scheduled for, so it was just a show for the sake of getting photos done, and the public enjoyed an unscheduled show. Before show started I setup my camera directly in front of the little stage box, and we did some shots of each of the puppets while he spoke in each of their voices to get some pre-show momentum going. Shortly before the 3:00 starting time, I moved my camera up to a small hill behind the benches as to be out of the way of the audience. He wanted to make sure I got a video of the carousel part which had the song "Game (Boo Lou & Boo Lou) letting me know which character it would occur after. The plan was if there was a bunch of kids up by the booth then I would switch to a slightly wider lens, or in the absence of people close by, switch to my Jupiter-11 135/4 which is adapted via a M39/Leica Thread Mount adapter. For the pre show photo shoot I used my Panasonic 20mm f/1.7, then when I moved up to the hill I used my Pentax-M 50mm f/1.4 for most of the photos, and because there were no people within the frame for the upcoming sequence I switched to the Jupiter-11 135/4. Here's the video I created snipping down recording to shy of a minute and adding in some photos. On account of the changing brightness due to the clouds coming in and out, I used aperture priority recording mode, and the Jupiter-11 was set to f/4 as well as a circular polarizer on front of the lens.