Baron Wolman (one of the most known music photographers nowadays) reached out to me and said I need to get Katja on my Podcast because “She is a FANTASTIC woman music photographer and I am is sooooo impressed with her”.
So, I got in touch with Katja and luckily she agreed on doing an interview with me.
In this episode, Katja will talk about her beginnings back in Slovenia, we will discuss the music photography business and why Katja is still hesitant to switch to mirrorless camera systems.
As always, find Katja’s photos, her favorite camera equipment and much more on her show notes page at htbarp.com/katjaogrin
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- What it is like to start your concert photography journey in a small country like Slovenia
- What music photography business is like
- Switching to mirrorless camera systems: Yes/No
- Best Camera For Photography: Nikon D3s / D4s
- Best Lens For Concert Photography: Nikon 24-70mm f2.8
- Best Record Of All Time: Depeche Mode – Violator
- Photographer, you admire: Anton Corbijn
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