When we first arrived at RMAF yesterday, we took some photos with a fish-eye lens.
Although they have a tendency to cause dizziness and wonder about what paintings would look like if Van Gogh was a fish [maybe Picasso WAS a fish], they are fun to look at for short periods of time
More photos, many more photos, most without using a fish-eye lens
are on our blog:http://audiofederation.com/blog/2014/10/11/rmaf-2014-show-report-index
The show hotel
The main entrance [so understated ...
The Atrium. A small part of the CanJam overflowed here, but many of those rooms you see on the top two floors are playing music [floors 4 and 5]
The Mezzanine overlooking the first floor activities, which this early were nil. One has to watch one's fingers or one's fingers get into the picture...
The WBT room. Not much to see, but without a fisheye, all the photo would show you are bits and pieces of this room and all other rooms like it.
The Music Vendors
CanJam [while standing on a very rickety and thin chair. Need to borrow a ladder for this to really work. Very crowded, even this early in the show]
OK. Don't forget, we aren't really fish, so breathe....