Rock Photographer's Tutorials

June 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Even in the fast paced setting of Concert Photography, composition is key to a great shot. I only shoot with primes because my style is a "portrait" style shot (plus I get twice the light than I would with the standard 2.8 zoom). This may or may not appeal to everyone, but I figure people want to see their idols up close; which is why you won's see too many wide angle shots in my work. This approach requires body movement in composing the shot as opposed to zooming. For example, in this shot of Jill Janus, I wanted to ensure that the blue light was behind her head and not in the frame. To accomplish this, I had to crouch down and time the shot until the rays of light were in the direction I wanted. See, there is a method to my madness.

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