Professional photographer, David Bergman, has linked up again with AdoramaTV for his popular Two Minute Tips series. This time, Bergman discusses several easy to implement methods for keeping your camera stable and reducing camera shake. For those photographers working in less than ideal lighting conditions, or forced to shoot with lower shutter speeds due to circumstances, the following tips should prove invaluable and hopefully help you get shake free shots. Continue reading…
All images by David Bergman. Used with permission.
David Bergman has been a concert photographer (amongst other genres) for many years and has shot clients that one could only dream about. While some may think that photographing six US Presidents is a big feat, David has also worked with loads of bands (which many may find much more interesting).
Hailing from Miami, Florida David cut his teeth working for newspapers where he shot the Olympics and loads of other events that labelled him as an action photographer. But as his career progressed, he became the tour photographer for many musicians after moving to New York.
He recently talked about his work at a PhotoShelter webinar, and we decided to give him an interview of our very own.
Editor’s Note: We really recommend checking out some of PhotoShelter‘s webinars and all the services that they offer.