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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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Music Photography Career

Is it possible to have a music photography career? Absolutely! You see the results everywhere. There are photographers who capture images for rockstars to use on their websites, social media, album covers, and merchandise. They also shoot for publication in print for magazines, books, concert posters, concert flyers, concert booklets, and billboards. How exciting is […]

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6 Underground Music Photography

Underground Music Photography

Going Underground: Why and How to Photograph Your Underground Scene Are you part of a small but vibrant scene? Is there a local bar putting on small acts every night? Bring your camera, for you and for them.

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The Cure – Live In Vienna, Marx Halle

The Cure were performing on 2016/10/26 at the Marx Halle in Vienna. I had the great opportunity to also document the 2 days stage building process and I am always fascinated how much work and man power is needed to set up such a huge stage. It was my first The Cure concert and for […]

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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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