Tag Archives: concert

2017!

Hey friends! I’ll be spending this year touring with Tesla again working as Frank Hannon’s guitar tech.  They are a great bunch of people and they are rocking harder than ever!  Frank is a killer guitar player and a super nice guy, so it’s been a really enjoyable gig.  I’ve been with them since the […]

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My Favorite Gear And Settings For Concert Photography

  I’ve gotten some requests for info on my favorite gear and settings for concert photography, so here we go! Most of my gear is listed over on the “Gear I Love” page, but I wanted to go a little more in-depth in this post. First of all, “It’s not about the gear” is a […]

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Beyond The Stage – Telling The Story Of A Show

Today I want to get into one of my favorite subjects – looking for those shots that will complement the standard live photos that you get of a band. I’m talking about detail shots (gear, isolated shots of a performer’s hands or other part of their body), behind the scenes (maybe a tech working, performers […]

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Example – Dream Theater’s John Myung

        There are times when being familiar with the band members’ moves can be really helpful.  Dream Theater’s bassist, John Myung, will regularly toss his hair back while playing. I think he does it to get it out of his face, since, as you can see, it’s pretty long! This shot was […]

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Wait….Did I Remember…(Prepping For A Shoot)

Prepping for a shoot is essential – and it happens to be one of my favorite things to do. There’s something about charging my batteries and formatting my cards that gets me excited to go out and shoot. What I pack depends on the type of shooting that I will be doing. A live concert […]

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