The Beginners Guide To Concert Photography
A Step-By-Step Manual To The World Of Music Photography
Learn everything about the basics such as aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, what tools you need and which camera settings work best, in an easy-to-follow step-by-step way (even without photography training!).
THE BASICS: Why you need to know about aperture, shutter speed and ISO and how to use them to get awesome concert photos that ROCK!
GEAR AND TOOLS OF THE TRADE: Overwhelmed with all the camera equipment options? No problem, I´ll teach you which camera and lens you should get first…even if you´re on a tight budget.
SHOOT CONCERTS LIKE A PRO: The easy-to-follow-roadmap to shoot your first successful concert. And the must-have tips to make this event an enjoyable one.
CAMERA SETTINGS THAT WORK: My 10 proven camera settings that get you better photos than 99% of all other people with a camera in the audience.
DURING AND AFTER THE CONCERT: The step-by-step blueprint when, why, where and what to do during your first concert.
BUILDING YOUR PORTFOLIO: Build your portfolio the right way and avoid these 5 common mistakes.
WHAT OTHER READERS SAY:
Since I’ve got “The Beginners Guide To Concert Photography“ lots of things changed. I became the house photographer for a couple of promoters, had lots of good bands in front of my lens, shot gigs at some of the most famous venues here in London and just recently started to work for a venue with a capacity of up to 3.500 people and all that within just 3 months! I now do what I love and won’t stop anytime soon. Thank you, Matthias, for sharing your knowledge and I can’t wait to learn more. – Nici
“In less than a few months I‘ve gone from photographing people I barely know to people I have idolized since I was a child. This PDF has given me more than I could ever give back!!! It has changed my career for the better!! You have no idea how happy and thankful I am!” — Rachel
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“I started music photography and shooting local shows because of your web page and I decided to give it a try and it‘s the best thing I’ve ever done. Thank you for all the advice you give.” — Irene
“My friend introduced me to your page recently after finding out that I‘m shooting bands and concerts a lot. I thought I was good enough but after your tips and lessons, I have to say that my work is improving a lot. Not to mention that more and more (local) bands are asking for photos now. Thank you so much for that, it means a lot!” — Helena
“Thank you! Your project has been a game changer and it really has helped me a lot even though I thought I knew it all before. It‘s happening this week! I step into the big arena to shoot The Deftones. Super excited, this is my first official “big” venue pass. Couldn‘t have done it without YOU! Thank you!” — Joseph
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“Thank you so much, Matthias! I can’t tell you how amazing it feels to take your advice and request photo passes and be approved. Your teachings are working! I was an artist for 10 years and never had this much satisfaction. I owe you greatly.” — Andrea
“Your site information and all of that, really helped me kickstart my passion for event photography. I borrowed the first DSLR I ever touched 2 weeks before Hellfest, studied your info hard and got very awesome results in my opinion given the training period and camera. So I thank you kindly, once again, for that.” — Chris