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Stage shows are among the most memorable and the most difficult events to photograph! Dark environments, frequent lighting changes, moving subjects, far-off stages, dense crowds… there are lots of challenges! So, how do you take photos that will do you memories justice? Here are some tips.
Use the same rule you use when travelling: keep it light! Do you really need so many lenses? Do you really have room to set up a tripod? Stay light or you might miss part of your show.
Ideally, the best bet for taking photos at a show is an SLR with a zoom lens. Confirm that taking photos is allowed; often it’s not. Ask in advance or just bring a compact camera.
The golden rule for shows: flexibility! You never know what the light conditions will be for your photos, so you’ll need to react quickly to ready for changes.
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