Taking photos at concerts by Thayna Albuquerque

We all know how hard it is to take photos at crowded concerts, so I’m here today to give you some tips on how to take good photos at concerts.

Capture Emotions

Capture the excitement of the concert by taking a selfie with a big smile on your face or ask to someone else to take a spontaneous photo of you looking really happy.
What if you are tired? You can take a selfie when you’re tired too. Later on, you will look at the picture and remember what you were feeling at that exact moment. It wouldn’t be super planned, but you’ll see your emotions. To have an even more meaningful photo, try to take a photo with the people you were with at the concert.

Away From the Crowd

Only a few pictures in the middle of the crowd look good because you and the person taking the photo have no room to move, and the risk of an accident is quite high, like dropping the phone in the middle of the crowd.
I suggest that you go to an uncrowded area, where the person taking the photo stands at least one meter away from you to get a nice shot. If the concert is at night, don’t forget to turn the flash on to get a good photo.

Away from the crowd

Photos Without you

Not everyone likes to show their faces, right? But you can still post a picture on Instagram to capture your memories.

Photos Without you

All of these photos were taken by me and you can find most of them on my Instagram @hithayna. I still haven’t posted them all, so you’re looking at some fresh material here!!13

I hope you liked this post and that it’s given you several ideas for taking your photos at the concerts you’re planning to go to.

See you in my next post! <3