1. What did you think about concert photography BEFORE enrolling in Shooting The Rockstars?
Before enrolling in Shooting the Rockstars, I thought of concert photography as a way to capture the moments and emotions that happen during a concert.
2. What did you think about concert photography AFTER going through the training?
After going through the training I think of concert photography as something you truly have to be passionate about and, most importantly, believe in yourself in order to make it in this industry.
3. What big problem were you facing BEFORE Shooting The Rockstars? What from Shooting The Rockstars helped you solved that problem?
My biggest problem was the business aspect of photography, I had a hard time putting myself out there and networking. I also struggled with making a good, effective portfolio. Shooting The Rockstars really helped me with more of the business end of the job, which I was completely clueless on.
4. What specific results have you achieved as the result of this training?
I have been able to shoot bigger name bands thanks to the training. Bands like X Ambassadors, Coheed & Cambria, and Blessthefall (just to name a few). I have also a few bands use my photos on social media!
5. What would you tell another “new student” of Shooting The Rockstars? What words of advice would you have now that you’ve gone through the program?
This is a great program, I highly recommend signing up for Shooting The Rockstars if concert photography is something someone is truly passionate about! The community it one of the best I've seen, it really feel like a concert photography family. My advice would be to follow your dream and do what makes you happy! If concert photography is that, then this program is for you.