Inspire 2019: Music Photography from Rock star Photographer, Greg Waterman

mar. 18 juin à 23:00

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

135 W 18th St
New York
États-Unis
New York

Music photography seminar with Greg Waterman - get ready to (shoot) rock and roll! About this Event Join Greg Watermann as he shares his decades-long experience photographing bands and musicians, from The Doors to Linkin Park and from Ozzy Osbourne to Pitbull. Greg will cover all aspects of creating great photographs and videos, including the gear, lighting and working with the talent. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn from one of the best in the industry. Sponsored by: Zeiss About Greg I received my first camera when I was 7 years old, so I've always been a photographer. It began with shooting family vacations, then joining the high school yearbook staff. After graduation I attended Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California, but dropped out half-way through. It's a great program and I stayed long enough for the extensive technical information which I still use, but from a practical side, assisting NYC photographers was what taught me the most (Gilles Bensimon, Annie Leibovitz, Steven Meisel). Then once I started working on my own, I found the experiences and pressures with real clients to be more intense than any school project. I began professionally in New York City in the 80's, shooting portraits and fashion for Elle, Rolling Stone, Cosmopolitan, and Spin. Twenty years ago I moved to Los Angeles and started documenting music exclusively - doing principle photography for System Of A Down, Linkin Park, and Toby Keith. And since 2011, I've been Pitbull's photo/videographer (P/V) covering every aspect of his life including recording music and traveling to over 20 countries. My specialty is live concerts with exclusive access. Standing on stage in front of 20,000 people makes photographs incredibly special with a point of view from the artist's perspective. My camera now is a Sony a9 and I exclusively use Carl Zeiss lenses - their fast Batis primes are perfect for low available light. I continually work at evolving and honing my craft. Sometimes I take pictures of things I've never seen before, just to enjoy a unique point of view or to find something else I might love to photograph. I'm passionate about what I do and certainly hope it shows in my images. I'm addicted to capturing the raw energy I see on stage and want to share that with the fans! Check out www.adorama.com/Inspire for complete schedule and more information

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135 W 18th St
New York
États-Unis

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