I receive a lot of questions about my settings for shooting shows, and I know that a lot of other photographers receive the same questions. This is meant for absolute beginners.
There are lots of resources online already, but I wanted to write a quick and easy piece that explains how I set my shutter speed, aperture, and ISO without getting too deep into the intimidating details and mechanics behind why these things work.
Hopefully this helps some of you beginners and for the rest of you photographers feel free to refer people to it if you deem it worthy and want to save some time regurgitating your own version of how everything works!
I asked you guys in the fall if you wanted more tutorials and guides to concert photography and my work in specific… and there was a resounding yes, so let me know if this is something you value at all and I’ll keep writing stuff. OR tell me about other things you’d enjoy learning about.
Why Are We Investing In Negativity
I am a music writer that was laid off from her job from her job at the end of 2013; and it was heartbreaking.
In my time I had worked hard to cultivated a positive style of covering music, and above all else it was from the perspective of…