Concerts are a notoriously tricky setting to photography due to the extreme lighting changes that occur throughout a concert. If you’re new to photography, set your camera to aperture priority mode so automatically adjust to changes in light conditions. Otherwise you can use the manual exposure setting for more control. Use a fast shutter speed to capture quick movements and a high ISO like 1600 to capture detail.
There are tons of things that a musician can include on their website, like a blog or newsletter detailing latest news and updates about upcoming shows, events, and music releases. Your music website could also have behind the scenes content, photos and videos of your performances, a biography so fans can get to know you, and an online store where you sell merchandise and your music.
Make sure to include important details like your band or artist name, website URL, email address, and social media links. You don’t want to add so much information that it is difficult for people to take in, so just include the most pertinent information like who you are and where people can find your music. Then choose a photo or illustration to use on the other side of your card to make it stand out.
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