Here at ASK Media, we love music. And we know you do, as well. That’s why we’ve made it our job to snap some of the most riveting concert photography that has ever come about. Few things but a well-shot photo or a catchy tune can speak to our hearts and minds on such a personal level, and when the two are combined they produce an image that sings in the most masterful of melodies. If a picture is worth a thousand words, so too is it worth a thousand lyrics, a thousand riffs and a thousand chords.
Our Concert Photography Services
Concert photography is quite unlike anything else. It occurs in real time – and often in unforgiving environments – absent the comfort and control that permeate the climate of a professional studio.
There are decisive moments, but they are spontaneous and uncoordinated. These are the brief and fleeting moments when the guitar pick hits the last string, when the DJ’s hands fly into the air, when the audience waves and shouts in almost impossible synchronicity.
The concert photographer most be patient enough to wait for these decisive moments, cognizant enough to see them for what they are, and swift enough to capture their beauty and their magnitude before they are over. Accomplishing this requires the right eye, equipment and talent.
Concerts We Have Photographed
ASK Media Productions is one of the most sought-after concert photography studios both here in South Florida and across the United States – and we have the portfolio to demonstrate it. Just a few selections our of our expansive concert photo collection are:
Electric Daisy Carnival
Las Vegas, NV
June 19 – June 21, 2015
Tortuga Music Festival
Fort Lauderdale, FL
April 11 – April 12, 2015
Ultra Music Festival
March 27 – March 29, 2015
Ultra Music Festival
March 23 – March 25, 2012
Our work demonstrates more than our knowledge, our practical expertise or our capacity to capture that perfect shot while trudging for miles with weighty cameras in the blistering sun.
It is, most importantly, a testament to our unparalleled mastery over what is perhaps the most challenging field in this discipline. Concert photographers have little to no control over the objects of their photos. Nor can they affect the lighting, the environment, or the angles their shots are predisposed to.
Concert photography is an art and a science. It takes diligence and dedication, etiquette and elegance, all of which the ASK Media team has in spades.