Music Photography - Making it as a Professional

Tina Korhonen

Music Photography - Making it as a Professional
In this introduction to making it as a professional Music Photographer you will gain first-hand knowledge into what being a music photographer really means with some fun and memorable stories, and tales from the dark side too. Tina will guide you through how to photograph a live music event, the minimum gear you need for live photography, what you should avoid, how to get a permission to shoot, dealing with the crowd and gig etiquette. It will also include Tina’s best and worst gig experiences - all part of the learning. The presentation will then focus on all aspects of everyday life of a music and portrait photographer and making a living out of your passion.

Themes in this talk include: how to shoot in low light, gear requirements, advice on finding clients, protecting your images and copyright, editing, picture agencies, charging, invoicing, selling your images, practical tips and everyday life as a professional photographer.

Photography Experts bring you the very best photographers who excel at their craft but also deliver a top-quality Web presentation that is as entertaining as it is informative. In each presentation the Expert not only shares their stunning imagery with you but the detail of where and how the image was taken, they will give you their own personal insights on composition and settings not available anywhere else in this format.

We seriously recommend registration and participation in the live event for the chance to ask questions directly yourself or listen to the answers they give to other participants.

Only registrants to the live event will have access to the Q&A content as well as being given a 72 hour post event streaming of the event, so even if for some reason you are unable to attend you still get to see the full event.

Recordings are made available at a future date but without the premium content.

Booking Details

Presented on Zoom the live event will contain an added opportunity for Q&A sections.