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Episode #247: A Music Portrait Photo Shoot

[ 2 ] August 1, 2017 |

This week: I’m talking about a recent music-themed photo shoot.

Whilst most of what I share with you concerns outdoors activities, you know that I do take on other subjects along the way. This is never a bad thing for keeping things fresh and interesting.

Well, once again, I was recently asked to shoot some music promo pictures. It was a very low-key affair on this occasion; the approach and techniques I cover in this episode are all transferable across genres and subject matter.

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Music featured in this episode is courtesy of Matt Stevens. You can check out more of his work here.

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Category: Location photography, Podcast episodes, Technique

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  1. Mark says:

    Very interesting PC. I keep a couple of Ezyboxes in my grab and go kit. I was in suspense waiting for you to mention super clamps. :) We seem to have the same sort of ‘standard’ kit.

    Ps Mick Jagger’s Château is within walking distance. ;)

    • Giles says:

      Thanks, Mark – glad you enjoyed this week’s show :) As for Superclamps… I always carry a bunch of them in my grip kit, because you never know when they will come to the rescue!

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