This week I went to a local gig to see my new favourite band, Lazybones play for halloween. As with most gigs, the lighting was very poor for photography so it was a real challenge taking pictures in low light. This got me thinking so i decided to put together my tips for better low light photography and especially centred around taking better pictures of gigs, live performances and bands. Good band photography can really make a difference for the band so getting it right is essential for any photographer!
I hope my tips help you take better photos at gigs and events and take better pictures in low light!
Thanks for watching and I’ll see you soon!
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