Audience in Red

Audience in red At Roskilde Festival, Denmark, 2005 during Dj Carl Cox´s Live Set. An extrordinary lightning system painted the audience with different colors creating this surreal effect.

  • stevie.parker 8y

    love it - can I use it for a poster ?
  • felipe trucco I 8y

    for commercial use? if not, you can. and I´d like to see the poster.
  • fezzer 6y

    Great - I'd like to use it for my (boring) dissertation. Not in any way commercial.
    mh. Kristine/Fezzer
  • felipe trucco I 6y

    no problem fezzer! go ahead and and good luck!
  • Aventoe 6y

    Felipe, I downloaded this excellent photo on 10 July 2009 to illustrate a post in my blog (in Portuguese) Unless I am mistaken, it was then licensed under CC BY-SA. I am now preparing a translation of that post into English, for my new blog (still unpublished) I decided to re-check the license and was surprised to see ARR. Did you change the copyright or did I make a mistake? In any case, I would still love to use the photo. Both my blogs are totally non-commercial. Would this be ok? Thanks, Aventoe.
  • felipe trucco I 6y

    no problem aventoe. you can use it. i did change the license of all my photos just a few days ago because of some misuse on a couple of them. good luck and thanks for asking the proper permission. felipe.
  • Maripuchi 5y

    Hi there. I'd like to use this pic in a keynote. No commercial use, and, of course, mentioning...
  • Bluesengin 4y

    Hello, I would like to use this nice foto for atmosphere for our Homepage of my very small local band with much more costs than earns :-) chk it out if you want:
    Would this be ok for you? Thank you very much :-)
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Taken on July 2, 2005
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