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Three Songs, No Flash!: Your Ultimate Guide to Concert Photography by Loe Beerens

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Chapter 6. Hierarchy

Prodigy, 2006. Nikon D2X, 1/250 sec, f/2.8, ISO 1600, 200 mm

Figure 6.1. Prodigy, 2006. Nikon D2X, 1/250 sec, f/2.8, ISO 1600, 200 mm

The Artist. Without a doubt, the artist is the most important person in the house, the one that everybody has come to see. NEVER bother an artist during the performance. NEVER stand in front of the artist when the height of the stage is at the same level as the audience. NEVER behave in a way that draws more attention to you than the artist. Your presence front stage should go by unnoticed.

The Audience. Always remember that people in the audience have paid a lot of money for their tickets. To have a photographer standing right in front of them or walking ...

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