How to Start off in Music Photography

This is the question I get asked the most and is really one of the easiest to answer. Start off small, look for local open mic nights at pubs and go along and take photos (ask the pub and or organiser first, if you can take...

Lurking In Shadows

Photography and music have leapfrogged each other for almost all of my life. Photography kicked in during my early teens with adventures in the school darkroom. Music arrived not long after that in the form of the tenor saxophone and the battle to be my...

My First Camera

Fujifilm X-T1One of the biggest questions most professional photographers get asked this time of year is “what camera should I buy my son or daughter for christmas”  we also get given a budget, some far too low but the majority figure is £500-£800. Below that...

Shooting live events with Fujifilm X Series cameras

By Matt Hart Shooting live music events is one of the trickiest disciplines in photography. Subjects move a lot, often lighting changes constantly and in general it can be a lot of hard work. With that said, live music events have passion by...

XF100-400mm Vs Bruce Springsteen

By Tony Woolliscroft For music & concert photographers, restrictions have meant it’s become harder and harder over the years to get those great shots. So seeing the Fujifilm XF100-400mm lens come into the fold is a very welcome addition to the Fujifilm lenses lineup. Along with...