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Everything people want to know

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I wrote a guide to how to get started with music photography. It’s over 100 pages long, and you can download it as a PDF for just $30.

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It’s a long story. If you really want to hear it, you can listen to Episode 10 of the Filter Photography Podcast, or download my guide to getting started with music photography.

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The Filter Photography Podcast is a regular podcast series I host and share photography-related information on.

Every episode, I answer listener questions or dissect a topic related to photography.

Occasionally I have guests on, too, like Luke Henery of Violent Soho to talk film photography.

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Everything is listed at my Print Store.

Unfortunately, I don’t print on request. I like to get the artist’s permission so you know that the artist endorses the photo you will be hanging on your wall.

Sometimes I offer limited-edition prints that are signed by the artist. You can sign up for 24 hour early access to buy a print before I make these available to the public. Violent Soho’s signed print sold out on the VIP pre-sale alone, so you might want to sign up to get that early access!

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It’s great that you’d like to use my photos, whether it’s to promote a band, event, your publication or something entirely different.


All I ask is that you reference my name and link to my website when using my photo. To make it quicker for you, drop the following code in your website:

Photo by: <a href="https://mattwalterphoto.com">Matt Walter</a>

Thanks in advance!

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Get out there and take photos! The only person holding you back is you. I got started by just taking photos and practicing endlessly. Good luck!