HTBARP 23 Ebru Yildiz: Shooting a 75-Day Music Festival

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In this episode, my guest is Brooklyn based portrait and music photographer Ebru Yildiz.

Ebru will talk about her approach when she is shooting portraits and I can guarantee you, it´s great stuff and you`ll learn a lot from her.

She will give us a behind the scenes look at her book „We´ve come so far“, a project where Ebru was working and shooting concerts for 75 days in a row! When I first heard about it, I couldn´t believe it. Imagine shooting concerts for 75 days in a row without any break! This is crazy and therefore I love this interview so much because Ebrus story shows what you can reach in life when you´re passionate about a project and you pour in the hours.

We will also discuss how to self-publish a photo book (a topic that I also discussed with Alexander Hallag in Episode 6) and we will show you which strategies work best.

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In this Episode, You’ll Learn

  • about Ebrus best tips for shooting portraits of bands
  • about her crazy experiences of shooting a 75-Day festival in a row
  • the must-have tips for self-publishing your own photo book

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Follow Ebru Yildiz

Homepage: http://www.ebruyildiz.net/

Facebook: @ebruyildizphotography

Instagram: @ebruyildiz

Twitter: @ebruyildiz

 

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