Category Archives for "Concert photography tips"

10 Music Photographer Logo HTBARP

Music Photographer Logo

The Music Photography Logo If you plan to shoot concerts and rockstars for anything other than your own enjoyment, you need to be thinking about how you will show your work and take it to the next level. Therefore a music photographer logo is a must have if you want to stand out.

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2 Concert Photography Manual Focus

Concert Photography Manual Focus

When should you use manual focus in rockstar photography? One of the settings I recommend is to use spot metering and place your subject in the center of the frame, so that a half press on the shutter button focuses with the autofocus points set up in your camera, prior to fully depressing the shutter […]

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27 Photo Pit Etiquette

Photo Pit Etiquette

Photo Pit Etiquette Let’s talk about the coolest spot in a venue – the photo pit. The photo pit is the special area in front of the stage that separates the audience from the artist on-stage. This is our working area and safety zone as concert photographers. The photo pit experience will be different at […]

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Concert Photography Auto ISO

Concert Photography Auto ISO

Concert Photography Auto ISO My goal for you is to understand each camera setting such as Aperture, Shutter Speed an ISO and how they will result in awesome images. In this article I´ll talk about the Auto ISO setting in concert photography and explain how to use it.

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Concert Photography tips low light Destroyer Matthias Hombauer

7 Concert Photography Tips for Low Light Stages

Concert photography is rewarding and exciting but it can also be very challenging because of the low light conditions you have to work with.  Since flash photography is usually prohibited, you need to prepare yourself. With these concert photography tips for low light stage situations you´ll be well prepared to get awesome shots. 7 Concert Photography Tips for Low Light […]

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71 Nine Inch Nails; Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria

Black And White Photography For Concert Photographers

Have you ever been frustrated by how your photos turn out after shooting a concert in low-light situations? Most of the time, you have to fight with red/blue/green spotlights making your life difficult. In this blog post, I want to focus on this problem, but also on the solution which is Black & White Photography. […]

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54 Concert Photography Settings for Beginners

Concert Photography Settings Revealed

The correct concert photography settings are key to getting great photos in small and murky concert venues. Unfortunately, the automatic mode on your camera simply won’t do the trick and for a lot of concert photography beginners the journey already end at this early stage. In this article I’ll share some of the basic concert […]

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