Day in the Life of Music Photographer Adam Elmakias

Day in the Life of Music Photographer: This video was shot by bennyekmedia and documents a day in the life of a Music Photographer.

What does a Music Photographer do?

The role of a Music Photographer is to capture photos of musicians and bands when they are playing at gigs, doing promotional or studio work. They then edit the photos to be used on social media platforms to promote the bands. As bands play in various locations travel is often associated with the role.

How do you become a Photographer?

Photography is a career that has many different ways of entry. For some, the path is through practice and others through a degree. How you start is a personal choice. Creativelive has put together a step by step guide that may help you choose your way first step.

How much do Photographers make?

According to PetaPixel the following are the prices of music photography:

  • Cover shoot: $1,000-$3,000
  • Editorial Shoot: $200-$300
  • Shooting a festival/concert: $150-$300/day
  • Shooting a BTS-type feature: $150-$300/day
  • Licensing a photo for them to use: $100-$200

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