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

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Chapter 30. Screens

There is only one piece of advice I can give you: if you want to make a good shot of the screens, ignore the artist on stage. That means you only concentrate on what is happening on the screens and take a shot of that. Most of the time there is a delay of about half a second, but this differs per screen. If the artist is slightly ahead of the picture on the screen, it will not be a disturbing factor in your photo.

Guus Meeuwis, 2005. Nikon D2X, 1/80 sec, f/2.8, ISO 800, 40 mm

Figure 30.1. Guus Meeuwis, 2005. Nikon D2X, 1/80 sec, f/2.8, ISO 800, 40 mm

Most of the time you will have to leave the venue or at least take your photo gear outside after the first three songs. If that is not the case, ...

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