Photography & The Music Industry Seminar - Dublin - 5th May 2018

Hosted by Peter Neill, Photographer for The Script, Queen, Elbow, Rick Astley, Justin Timberlake, JP Cooper & several record labels.


Peter over the last several years has worked with some of the biggest artists and labels in the industry.  In addition he is Head of Content for Be-Hookd Digital, a world leading Digital and Creative agency for the music industry.

The seminar is limited to a small class size in order to give everyone direct attention.  With that in mind the format is a mixture of talks specifically aimed at helping photographers progress in today's music industry but also has room for an organic Q&A environment to help everyone benefit the most.

Those whom will benefit the most are Professional and Semi Professional Photographers seeking to start or grow their work in the music industry.

The cost of this event is reduced until Wednesday 21st February.

**Tickets are £40 (45 euro) for one person,   £70 (78 euro) for two people and £100 (112 euro) for three people for the next 48 hours only**

Prices will rise by £10 per ticket type after that.

(The venue will be in Stillorgan, County Dublin. I'll confirm exact Stillorgan venue when I have an idea of exact numbers of attendees)

from 40.00

Photography & The Music Industry Seminar - May 5th 2018 in Dublin 


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i) A detailed account of how I got into the industry

ii) I'll guide you about how to approach Artists & Labels.

iii) Detailed walkthrus of my Shooting Technique, Equipment & Software. ( including discussion on SLR vs Mirrorless technology)

iv) A guide to the Soft Skills necessary to thrive in in a volatile industry.

v) Discussion about the Legal Issues involved in the music industry, including, Contracts, Releases & Buy Outs.

vi) How to find additional in-direct sources of income from music photography

vii) How to create effective content for social media

viii) Social media strategies for photographers and new skills to learn

ix)  In Depth Q&A sessions

The event will run from 10am until 4.30pm approx - ( With room to run over for a longer Q&A if attendees wish to extend )