A Concerted Effort – Concert Photography [IP 137]

In IP Roundtable Podcast by Darin Mellor

Jim chats with Jeff, Darin, & Nick about Nick Page’s adventure in the pit shooting Mumford & Sons, the Flaming Lips, & the Foo Fighters! The four also aid a Nikon shooter torn between the D750 to the D7200 for Portrait & Sports Photography. Tune in for our exciting Round Robin Segments where a ton of topics are covered!

What's in this episode:

  • Jim, Jeff, & Nick weigh in to help a listener, Darren Carrol, decide whether the Nikon D750 or the D7200 is the best choice for shooting portraits & high school sports.
  • Nick gives us his best tips & tricks for shooting AMAZING Concert Photography. – See his images below!
  • Jim makes us drool by shooting some Stock Photography pictures of food. – Check out his photos in Instagram by following him @jimharmer
  • Jeff geeks out & helps photographers save computing power by choosing the least resource intensive Internet browser.
  • Nick helps Paul Coleman & other listeners get the best results for shooting Real Estate Photography.
  • Darin encourages you to know your gear. – Sometimes it is good to turn of Image Stabilization!

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About the Author

Darin Mellor

Darin Mellor is an independent contractor for Improve Photography, cohost of the popular Improve Photography Podcast, world traveler, and aspiring to be as big of a photography geek as Jim Harmer.