I often get asked which camera to buy, and practically in the same breath now I also get asked how many megapixels in a camera do I need. There is really no simple answer to this, but typically I try to quickly gauge the needs of the individual I am talking to and make a [...]
Tag Archive 'concert photography'
Another of the behind-the-scenes guys that makes the concert sound so good. Andrew can be found behind a myriad of keyboards, smiling and fill the house with melodies.
Canon 20D, 24-105L, 1/60 at f/4 and 800 ISO
also seen on flickr
Lance Lee on Drums, performing with Donny Osmond
I find that the drummer is typically the hardest person in the band to get a good photo of. Rarely does the drummer have the spotlight, and in the ambient light they are moving so fast that capturing their movements is very difficult. Along with that, every drummer [...]
In processing my concert photos, I have often tried to stay true to the way the photo was originally shot. My goal is to take the photo with the camera in a state that will require the least amount of post-processing; at least that has been my goal. As I have surfed [...]
I have posted before about how I enjoy taking concert photos of not just the lead singer or headline artists. When you are photographing at a concert where the band is secondary, meaning the lead singer is the known talent, the other band members are often lost in the darker recesses of the stage. [...]
So you’d like to take amazing concert photos; don’t we all. Just like anything, this requires some learning and then a lot of practice. The question is, how do you get practice on taking concert photos? Taking shots around the house, of your kids, or even friends can help you get familiar with your camera, [...]