HTBARP 82 Dana Distortion: Dealing With Insecurities As a Music Photographer

HTBARP 82 Dana Distortion: Dealing With Insecurities As a Music Photographer

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I interviewed Dana in Episode 5 of my Podcast show and she just killed it. After 81 episodes, her episode is the most listened ones. This was 2,5 years ago. A lot happened in Dana’s life and therefore I needed to bring her back. 

This interview covers every aspect of Danas recent Rockstar life. Including a behind the scenes look of her fashion label, information about her upcoming film, personal challenges like insecurities and how to deal with them, a critical view on the music photography industry and we’ll talk about our daily habits and why you should implant some of them in your life too.

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In this Episode, You’ll learn

  • How Dana built her fashion label “Distortion Unplugged”
  • How she is dealing with insecurities
  • About Danas daily habits

Danas’ Favourites

  • Favourite Camera For Photography: Canon D4 & D4s
  • Favourite Lens For Concert Photography: 24-70mm f/2.8

Follow Dana

Website: www.danadistortion.com

Instagram: @danadistortion

Twitter: @danadistortion

Facebook: @distortionpix

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