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25 Metallica on 04.06.2015 at Rock In Vienna, Vienna

Metallica live at Rock In Vienna

Metallica was going to perform on 2015/06/04 at the Rock in Vienna Festival. I saw my first Metallica Concert in 1992 on their “Wherever We May Roam” Tour. Since then, I’ve been a huge fan! Yesterday I got the fantastic opportunity to shoot a concert of theirs for the first time. Check out the pictures here.

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Vintage Trouble: On Stage in front of 115 000 people!

Vintage Trouble played their biggest gig in front of 115 000 people as support act of AC/DCs “Rock or Bust” Tour 2015 at the Red Bull Ring, Zeltweg, Austria. I had the once in a lifetime opportunity to join Vintage Trouble and work with them directly on stage. It was life changing for me and […]

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65 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 ends at this early stage. In this article, I’ll share some of the basic concert […]

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20 How My Life Changed As Music Photographer In 2014

2014 was the most exciting year for me since I started as a music photographer. From touring the world with the German balkan band Shantel & Bucovina Club Orkestra to releasing my first ebook „Guide to Rockstar Concert Photography“, this year was a roller coaster ride par excellence. Read on to join me on my […]

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98 Gig-photographer.com: Interview with Dave Watson

Dave Watson is the founder of the website gig-photographer.com where concert photographers from all around their world can showcase their work. He is interviewing amazing people like Christie Goodwin, Danny North and Adam Elmakias and built a community with the aim to help people who found their passion as music photographers.

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