Needing to fix your music photography gear is a nightmare in itself, but what happens if your camera gear breaks while you are in the photo pit? It can happen and it happened to me in the photo pit for Skegss at Laneway Festival. I
Photography copyright infringement is real. It happens. Sometimes it’s unintentional, and other times people just don’t see the value in it. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to monitor the use of your photos and see where on the internet they have been used. And even
Episode 2 of my new photography editing tutorial shows you how I edited a photo of Skegss.
This is a photo of Clowns I took at The Triffid, and in this music photography editing tutorial, I’ll tell you how I edited it.
Episode 1 of How I Edited It shows you how I edited a photo of Dune Rats.
Episode 2’s photos of Four Minute Photo Feedback come courtesy of photographer, Dom Gould.
How I Edited It is a collection of videos showing you just that – how I edited my concert photography.
Four Minute Photo Feedback is a video series where I will share my thoughts on the photos that you submit. James Mott is the first.
Concert Photography Tips episode 7 highlights the importance of seizing the opportunities you’re given at shows.
Music Photography Tips episode 6 tells you what the best gear for concert photography is when you’re just starting out.