by Skip Cohen
The new year is off to an outstanding start for education and expanding your skill set. Last week, David Bergman announced his "Shoot from the Pit" program is back for 2023 at stadium concerts. Here's an opportunity to learn concert photography with one of the best in the industry right from the pit at live shows!
David has an outstanding track record as an award-winning artist, educator, Canon Explorer of Light, author, and good buddy to so many photographers in the industry. I've included his short video on the workshop series, as well as David's November guest appearance on Steve Brazill's behindtheshot.TV. It's the perfect introduction to understanding the depth of not only David's expertise but his passion for the craft!
And if you still want to see more of his work and get to know him even better, just click on any image above to link to his website!
These workshops are limited to just a few attendees - they'll sell out fast. So check out the schedule with David and join him on the road with Luke Combs in 2023!
by David Bergman
Shoot From the Pit is back for 2023 at STADIUMS!
I've done nearly 100 of my live, concert photography workshops and we're continuing this year even bigger and better. I've learned more than a few things about photographing epic concerts in my 30+ years in the business, and I'll teach you as much as I can backstage at Luke Combs 2023 stadium shows in the US and Canada.
Then you get to shoot the entire show that night with incredible access! It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you won't want to miss. All stadium workshops are on sale NOW at ShootFromThePit.com. I expect them all to sell out, so don't wait to grab your spot.
* Proof of Covid vaccination is no longer required to attend the workshops. Also, future workshops (possibly in New Zealand, Australia and Europe *wink wink*) will be announced first on the email list at ShootFromThePit.com if/when they become available.
Join me and let's "Shoot From the Pit!"
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