Happy to see the latest issue (March 2014) of UK's Practical Photography magazine with my Kate Nash photo in it!
It was published in the "Feedback - image critique" section of the magazine, where it performed very well. James Abbott, Practical Photography's technique editor and an editorial & advertising photographer, wrote: "Saša is a prolific gig photographer and this is exactly the kind of raucous shot you'd expect to find in the pages of Q and Mojo magazines - the singer belting out of tune,
eyes closed in concentration." Well, thank you very much James!
The image in question was taken at last years Bažant Pohoda festival, that took place in Trenčín (Slovakia), which like I've said many times, is one of my favourite festivals of them all.
PS: To be fair with James who admitted that he had to Google Kate Nash, I'll admit I had to Google "prolific" and "raucous" :)
Bažant Pohoda festival, Trenčín (Slovakia), 11/07 > 13/07/2013
My forth time in Trenčín, working as photographer at what can easily be described as one of my personal favorite music festivals, for many different reasons! Highlights of the bands shown in this gallery includes festival party makers Kaiser Chiefs, legendary The Smashing Pumpkins, great Slovakian band Para and many many more :)
PetaPixel, a great online magazine for photography (known for their reviews and great inspirational articles, featuring many talented photographers), just published my article about falling in love in photography again.
April issue of the UK's Professional Photographer magazine brings the finalists of their Professional Photographer of the Year 2012 (PPOTY 2012) competition and I'm happy to say that my photograph is one of them!
October issue of the Serbian ReFoto magazine, probably the best photographic magazine in the former Yugoslavia region, features an eight page article on live concert photography, with my humble contribution.
Just after slovenian photo magazine Digitalna Kamera featured some of my concert photos, I'm happy to say that the story continues. Latest issue of UK's Practical Photography magazine (April 2011) features...
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