A 103-page guide detailing everything you need to become a successful music or concert photographer. Step-by-step guides, real life examples and firsthand experience on how to get started with concert photography.
The guide includes instructions for how to get photo passes super easily and a list of contacts to help you get started. The guide also details shooting techniques and my image editing secrets with real examples from my own work. It even includes the email text I use to become a contributor and get photo passes!
– Details on how I got started with music photography
– How to get photo passes and improve your chances at getting approved
– How to work in the photography pit
– What gear I use and recommend
– A basic overview about copyright
– What settings I use and recommend when shooting
– Techniques for getting dynamic images
– Recommendations for working with venue lighting
– How to make the most of colours
– Editing techniques and adjustments
– Tips for exporting your images without losing quality
– Image delivery
– A list of publications and their contact information to request photo passes
– Some bonus stuff that will be drip-fed to you over time
Not sure where to start or have shot one or two bands and want to find out how to shoot more? This guide covers that.
Because the guide covers everything, it also tells you what camera settings you should use and how to master light.
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No, you can learn at your own pace and you will have full access to the course material indefinitely. You can also download the file as many times as you’d like.
How To Get Started With Concert Photography is a 103-page PDF document. You don’t need anything special to open it. Either print it, copy it to your iPad, or read it on your computer.
Not sure how to get a photo pass? That’s covered. Find it hard to get a photo pass when there’s so many other photographers? That’s covered. Can’t figure out how to get great photos with venue lighting? That’s covered along with heaps of other content.
Beginners will understand what’s being detailed. The guide starts at the super basics and goes through the entire process, meaning you will learn more about the music photography as you progress through the guide.
I created this guide to help photographers that want to break into the music industry. To make sure the guide gets into the hands of those that need it and are committed to music photography as an art form, access to the guide is invite-only.