Today’s guest is South Australia based music photographer Deb Kloeden.
Deb studied photography as part of her Fine Arts training and until recently she has taught photography at senior secondary level in High Schools throughout South Australia. A couple of years ago she got interested in concert photography and the HTBARP community helped her grow quickly. Being located 4 hours from Adelaide and 5 hours from Melbourne doesn’t stop her to shoot concerts in these cities. In this interview, Deb talks about her passion and shares her experiences as a concert photographer.
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- Why Deb was teaching photgoraphy in school
- Why it’s worth traveling for hours to take photograph
- Why it does not matter how old you are when starting in concert photography
- Best Camera For Photography: Canon 5D Mk2
- Best Lens For Concert Photography: Canon 70-200mm f/2.8
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