This category is for the branch of photojournalism that specializes in photography of concerts and other music events, portraits and promotional photography of musical artists, music CD cover photography, and other music-related photojournalism.
Large photo gallery of classic rock and blues concerts. Collection spans over 20 years.
A photo.net tutorial by Steve Mirarchi, covering concert, stage, and low-light photography.
Concert photography covering current reggae artists. Includes reggae concert information for the Connecticut area.
A photographic view of performing musicians, inside and out. Jazz, blues and rock performance portraits and composite performance pieces.
The work of two photographers, Darren Nanos and Melissa Gower, documenting the New York and California scenes.
Music photography by Jay Archibald. Concert photos with an emphasis on multiple-image compositions.
Regularly updated concert photography from Ireland, covering numerous local and international artists performing at MCD events.
Large gallery of concert photography, covering a wide variety of artists and music styles. Also includes sections devoted to Austrian artists.
Yahoo! Group dedicated to the discussion of music photography topics.
Concert photography from the New Jersey/New York rock and club scene. Galleries range from the 1970s to the present.
Concert, backstage, and interview photos of mostly punk and new wave groups from the late 70's and early 80's.
Lee Abel's documentary photographs of reggae artists, music festivals, and the culture and scenery of Jamaica.
Music photo stock library for rock, pop, and folk music. Spans from 1968 to today.
Regularly updated Detroit concert photography site with multiple contributors. Also features reviews, interviews, and events calendar.
Portfolio and contact details for Los Angeles based firm. Gallery of rock concerts and pop star portraits.
Rock photography from the New York scene.
Gallery of band photographs from the indie scene in London.
Live performance photos of various punk, hardcore and indie bands. Large selection of artists.
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