Sacha Lecca: Being The Photo Editor At Rolling Stone Magazine

HTBARP 57 Sacha Lecca: Being The Photo Editor At Rolling Stone

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Today’s guest is New York based photographer and the deputy photo editor at Rolling Stone, Sacha Lecca. 

In this interview Sacha will reveal his best tips on how to get your work published in one of the most prestigious music magazines and we will talk about the future of our industry.

Find Sacha’s work, his favorite camera equipment and much more on his show notes page at htbarp.com/sachalecca

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In this Episode, You’ll learn

  • How to get your work published in one of the most prestigious music magazines
  • About the future of our industry
  • About his favorite camera equipment

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