Concert Photography: How to Shoot and Sell Music-Business Photos

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Concert Photography is a comprehensive how-to text for photographing musicians both on and offstage for fun, recognition, and profit. It is the only book that addresses the issue of producing and marketing photos to the specialized world of the music industry. Chapter topics include getting started, getting established, securing credentials, shooting in performance, controlling exposure, sharpness, shooting offstage, protecting your rights, selling and leasing, and selecting the proper film and equipment. ...
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Overview

Concert Photography is a comprehensive how-to text for photographing musicians both on and offstage for fun, recognition, and profit. It is the only book that addresses the issue of producing and marketing photos to the specialized world of the music industry. Chapter topics include getting started, getting established, securing credentials, shooting in performance, controlling exposure, sharpness, shooting offstage, protecting your rights, selling and leasing, and selecting the proper film and equipment. Extensively illustrated with more than 100 outstanding photographic examples.

About The Author
Jon Sievert is an active music-business photographer with 25 years experience, 17 as the staff photographer for Guitar Player, Keyboard, and Frets magazines. His photos have appeared on more than 100 magazine covers, dozens of album/CD packages, and in countless books and publications worldwide, including Rolling Stone, Musician, People, Acoustic Guitar, The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Guitar World, Vanity Fair, Newsweek, and Fachblatt.
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Midwest Book Review
Concert Photography is the comprehensive 'how-to' reference book that should be read by every aspiring photographer seeking to break through into professional status and a rewarding career.
Philip Elwood
In 14 sensibly organized and cleanly written chapters, all wonderfully illustrated, Sievert covers his whole subject. More than 100 beautiful black-and-white prints by Sievert-and a few by Jim Marshall, Herman Leonard, and Jay Blakesberg-are included, with subjects ranging from Jaco Pastorius and Jimmy Reed to Cheech & Chong and Michael Bloomfield. One thumb-through of Concert Photography, and you'll buy it.
San Francisco Examiner
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780964700918
  • Publisher: Humble Press
  • Publication date: 2/15/1997
  • Pages: 333
  • Product dimensions: 6.06 (w) x 8.99 (h) x 0.77 (d)

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A very practical and well-written guide for people interested in becoming professional music-business photographers or those who just want to shoot their friend's band. The appendices alone, which list hundreds of music publications and potential markets, will justify the price for some. (David Gans, author, host of the nationally syndicated Grateful Dead Hour)
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