AFTER THIS CLASS YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Learn how to price and license yourself as a music photographer
- Work in even the darkest of venues
- Capture variety with a band during a short set with limited space
- Utilize speedlights within a performance
- Work with performers to pose portraits that capture their music
- Post-processing techniques to take your image to the next level
ABOUT TODD'S CLASS:
With the lights, energy and creativity behind each concert- it’s no wonder that music photography continues to be a dream career. In this course, created in partnership with Red Bull Photography, Todd Owyoung walks through how to get into the music photography business by working with bands, venues and albums. He talks through licensing and pricing your time and your images to publisist, venues, magazines and more. This course goes in the field with Todd and three different bands to walk through how to capture a variety of images in a small amount of time. He teaches how to set up and direct portraits with the band in green rooms and between sound checks. Todd explains how to make even the smallest and grungiest venue make a band look mainstream. This course will teach you composition, working with flash and natural light, directing the band and performers and things to never forget when photographing a live event.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
- Music Photographers
- Event Photographers
ABOUT YOUR INSTRUCTOR:
Todd Owyoung is a music photographer with over a decade of experience specializing in music lifestyle, musician/celebrity portraits, and concert photography. If it rocks, he shoots it. Based in New York City.
He’s obsessed with nailing those rockstar moments, the images that fans love to see of their favorite bands. Whether the venue is a 200-capacity club or Madison Square Garden, shooting for a major brand or on tour, his images place you in the front row.
His clients range from bands and festivals to magazines, lifestyle brands and ad agencies. In 2012, Complex Magazine named him #3 in their list of the "Greatest Music Photographers Right Now".
He’s a Nikon Ambassador for Nikon Camera