Today’s guest is New York-based music photographer Leo Mascaro.
Leo was born in Sao Paulo and after finishing his graphic design education, he moved to New York to start his career as a music photographer from scratch.
In this interview, he’ll share his best strategies to work with bands.
Leo is also the administrator of the official HTBARP Instagram account where we choose the best concert photos tagged with #htbarp and features the coolest photos three times a week. Leo will give you some tips on how to get featured as well.
In this Episode, You’ll learn
- What are his best strategies on working with bands
- How to get featured on the official HTBARP Instagram account
- Best Camera For Photography: Canon 6D
- Best Lens For Concert Photography: Canon 24-70mm f/2.8
- Best Record Of All Time: Incubus – Morning View
- Photographer, you admire: Bob Gruen (Episode 60), Mick Rock, Danny Clinch
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