So, here’s something different! Photographing up-and-coming artists is really enjoyable. Photographing an artist a second time after she’s made it big? Quothe ye olde Mastercard: Priceless. Sara Bareilles returned to Harding University. She was one of the first concerts I ever shot as a wee photo lad back in 2007. Looking back on those photos
If you have followed this blog for any length of time, you might know I shoot quite a few concerts, usually a dozen or so per year. Many of those aren’t exactly A-listers, but this one certainly was. Needtobreathe… I heard of them first from my sister when they were getting started at her university
What a great subject matter to make the 700th post on the Fledgling Photographer Blog! Concert photography is one of my favorite genres. And it looks like it will be something that I will constantly be called upon to do… all the time… Luckily, it is one of my favorite genres of photography. Up there
Alison Krauss & Union Station played here at Harding University. There’s a hold on the images of the performance proper… until until until until… But here’s some behind the scenes moments – while off the clock – of the hours leading up to the concert itself. Plenty of images coming, but I’ll update whenever that
In a rather surreal-feeling moment, I actually WATCHED a concert. I didn’t photograph it, I didn’t cover it as a journalist… I actually attended a concert and sat in normal-people seats. This is the first time in years. Ben Folds played with the Nashville Symphony. All his usually music with symphonic arrangements. Very cool. Very
In one of the biggest concerts brought to Harding University (ever) Jason Mraz really pleased the crowd. I cover the concert as I usually do as the house photographer, but this time Darren Abate at Press Photo International has graciously agreed to have me on as a contributor. The guys at PPI are definitely worth
I shot a concert. Just a quick slideshow. Here’s the full version: click here. There is probably plenty I could say about it… but there are far more fun things to talk about. Concert. Dave Cook. American Idol or something like that… done. Stay tuned, -Noah D.