Concert shooting season isn’t too far away. Before you know it, bands will be lining up for tours all over and you’ll want to catch them. To get better concert photos, you’ll need a couple of pointers to start.
Crank Up the ISO, Keep the Shutter Speed High
Micro Four Thirds and Fujifilm X Give the Best Compromise of Size, Focusing, and Quality
If You See the Moment in Your Viewfinder, It’s Already Gone
Ask for Extra Access
Capture Intimate Moments
Try to Go for the 50mm to 85mm range
Don’t Try to Deal With Crazy Lighting Situations in the Camera
Focus on More Than Just the Front Man
In Fact, Don’t Forget the Drummer
Shooting Low Is Sometimes Best for the POV
Don’t Focus and Recompose
Continuous Shooting Mode Is Your Friend
Focus Based On Your Framing
Reviewing Images Could Mean That You Miss The Moment
Look at the Scene as a Whole, Not at 100%
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