Today’s guest is UK based music photographer Andy Tattersall.
After finishing my online academy Shooting The Rockstars he got serious about becoming a music photographer and found a unique way how to break into this business.
In this interview, we’ll talk about how he built an awesome team of concert photographers out of the HTBARP community and Andy shares his secrets on how he approaches organizers and promoters of festivals in order to work with them.
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- How to build a team of photographers from a community
- How to aproach organizers and promoters of festivals
- How to break into concert photography business
- Best Camera For Photography: Canon 5D Mk III
- Best Lens For Concert Photography: Canon 24-70mm f2.8 and Sigma 70-200mm f2.8
- Best Record Of All Time: Frank Carter – Modern Ruin
- Music Photographer you admire: Alexander Hallag (Episode 6), Dana Distortion (Episode 5), Luke Curtis (Episode 35)
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