I’m really excited to tell you that this month’s Guest Photographer is Atlanta, USA based Music Photographer Allen Ross Thomas.
Now those of you who follow Zack Arias’ blog may well recognise the name ‘artisxposure’ as one of the photographer’s who were fortunate enough to have their work critiqued and raved about by Zack last year; and rightfully so as you’ll see in his Guest Post.
Allen’s blog is one that I check religiously, and I’m not exaggerating when I say that each and every time I’m stunned to silence by the quality of his work; even more so when I think about the incredibly challenging environment he works in, pushing both him and his camera to the limit to get ‘the shot’.
I was fortunate enough to meet up and chat with Allen over a beer when I was over in Atlanta last November and we’ve kept in touch ever since, so when I asked him to be a Guest Photographer on the blog and he agreed I was made up!
In his Guest Post, Allen gives you an insight into how he started out, what kit he uses and how he nails those exposures in some of the most challenging lighting environments, how to get into Concert / Music Photography and so much more…
If you’re not ‘following’ Allen and his work yet, I guarantee you will be after his post as he’s one of the most humble, genuine guys I’ve ever met and who also happens to be one heck of a photographer,
Before Allen’s Guest Post ‘Goes Live’ you can find out more on his website www.artistxposure.com