The Best Music Photography Tips
Last month, I posted 6 Tips Every New Music Photographer Should Know. These basic tips and pieces of advice were geared more toward getting into live music photography in general and dispelling some myths about what it takes to be a music photographer.
Since we’re kicking off a new year, I’d like to change the angle and open up the discussion. I want you to post your tips for new music photographers.
Your Best Live Music Photography Tips
I double-dog dare you to share your own tips and advice for photographing live music.
For all the older and wiser music photographers, here’s your chance to drop some knowledge on everyone’s heads.
For everyone learning, soak it up!
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