How to photograph rock concerts - by Jamie Howard

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  1. How to photograph rock concerts by Jamie Howard

    "Because concert shooting is a combination of low-light and action
    photography, a reasonably fast shutter speed is usually desirable.
    Though using a tripod or vibration reduction can result in very
    dramatic and artistic stage photographs, the motion blur of the
    performers is not usually suitable for press or PR work. "

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    Camera Enthusiast, Aug 4, 2006
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    Amjamjazz Guest

    Of course, if you develop a relationship with a venue, you can have a
    say in the lighting, and cope with 400ASA at 50th second/2.8.

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    Amjamjazz, Aug 7, 2006
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