Rock & Roll Photographer Package
Attention photographers! Experience a music festival like never before - you in front of front row capturing some of music's hottest artists. Put down your cell phone, pick up a camera and capture the ultimate souvenir that will last a lifetime!
Learn and master professional photography skills with instructor Barry Brecheisen. He will share some of his secrets and spend the weekend demonstrating the real-world application of these ideas first hand, as you shoot alongside him, up close and personal, in front of front row. This isn't just a weekend of great music and craft beers from all over the country, we're offering you a chance that only a selected few get, to be a Rock & Roll photographer for a whole weekend.
The weekend package includes a 3-Day Festival Pass, professional course instruction including on-site access to the Festival Photo Pit and Media Tent. Limited space available - only 10 spots available (7 remaining)! Students should have a basic working knowledge of their SLR digital cameras (manual mode will be encouraged but not required). Recommended lenses: 24-70mm and 70-200mm. If you don’t own them, consider renting them. A laptop with photo editing software is also recommended for next day critique coupled with a jump/flash drive to share your selects.
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Photographer Barry Brecheisen’s images appears regularly in every major magazine from; Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, People, US, Time to name a few. Known first and foremost as a Rock and Roll photographer, Barry was the original photo editor for RollingStone.com from 1998-2001. He has shot legends like Ray Charles, Paul McCartney, Madonna, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Bruce Springsteen in his almost 20 year career. He has also shot the current mega-stars; like Radiohead, Beyonce, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Garth Brooks, Amy Winehouse, along with practically every famous rock star that’s toured since the late 90s. These days he is a highly in-demand independent freelancer working out of Chicago for PR companies, magazines and wire services traveling all over the country. This will be his 11th year as festival photographer for the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival.