Category Archives for "Concert photography tips"

HTBARP Podcast App

The HTBARP Podcast App

I am pumped to share with you the release of my new HTBARP Podcast App. The App is the most convenient way to access my HTBARP podcast on your mobile device. Every week you’ll get access all areas to the most influential music photographers on this planet where they’ll share their secrets, successes and crazy stories from […]

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The Three Song Rule

The Three Song Rule You might have heard of the three song rule. First three songs, no flash! But what exactly is the three song rule? Who came up with the concept and what can you do as concert photographer to make the photo pit experience a great one. Background The 3 Song Rule was […]

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Concert Photography Action Shots

How to Portray Concert Photography Action Shots Bringing out the action of a concert requires a mix of technical and compositional skills as well as an ability to predict and plan for key moments. This article aims to get you started by introducing you to settings, techniques and subjects that will help you get the […]

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Small Venue Concert Photography

So you’re a photographer attempting to get into gig photography? The best way is to start out in small venues. 3 Tips for Small Venue Concert Photography We are all dreaming of breaking into those bigger venues. However, for now, shooting in smaller, more cramped spaces is what will allow us to be more creative […]

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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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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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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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