Concert photography is my first love. It is the main reason why I got into photography in the first place. The music, the lights, the screaming fans... it's like an adrenaline rush. You'll never what you're going to get on every show because every show is different. Sounds exciting, eh?
So now you've decided to become a concert photographer... what's next? Here are my ten tips:
1. Do it for the right reasons
Don't do it because you get to hang out with rock stars. Don't do it because of the free booze. Don't do it for money. Do it because you love it. You love music, you love photography. Love first... then the perks comes after.
Photography is not a joke, especially concert photography. Invest on a DSLR, preferably the one that can produce clean photos even with high ISO. Then, get lenses with wide apertures. Pros usually get lenses with f2.8 o