My name is Rohan Anderson, I'm a live music and landscape photographer from Sydney, Australia

Copyright all images - Rohan Anderson 2010-2014

I can be contacted at rohan@raphotography.com.au

You can ask me questions here.

My flickr contains a lot of my photography.

And you can my find my online portfolio here.

A couple of shots from Childish Gambino’s show at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, Australia last night.

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I shot the amazing Dallas Green (performing as City and Colour Solo) on Friday night at the Sydney Opera House.

It was amazing.

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Shooting City & Colour…

tonight at the Sydney Opera House. Anyone else heading along this evening?

Dipped my toes into automotive photography this week and did a shot of my housemate and his Yamaha R1.
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Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/14649852854/

Dipped my toes into automotive photography this week and did a shot of my housemate and his Yamaha R1.

© Rohan Anderson Photography

Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/14649852854/

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Working in the pit at concerts, I see a lot of abuse of power by security guards, I’ve even been at the receiving end of verbal and physical abuse by these assholes that enjoy beating on people smaller than they are. Watch Parker Cannon of The Story So Far jump off stage and fight a security guard after he throws a fan.

A few photos of Chet Faker performing at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia last Thursday night.

Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/
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Instagram: http://instagram.com/rohanandersonphotography

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A few shots of RÜFÜS performing at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney last night. 

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Went back through some of my old photos and found this one of Amanda Palmer performing in Sydney, Australia on the 14th September, 2013.
© Rohan Anderson Photography.

Went back through some of my old photos and found this one of Amanda Palmer performing in Sydney, Australia on the 14th September, 2013.

© Rohan Anderson Photography.

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Check out a quick time-lapse film I made whilst looking after the Bleep Sequencer at Vivid for Toby & Pete this week.

A sunrise shot from Glebe Point yesterday morning.
Want to see more of my stuff? Head over here: https://www.facebook.com/RohanAndersonPhotography
© Rohan Anderson Photography.

A sunrise shot from Glebe Point yesterday morning.

Want to see more of my stuff? Head over here: 
https://www.facebook.com/RohanAndersonPhotography

© Rohan Anderson Photography.

A few shots from Vance Joy’s show at the Metro Theatre in Sydney last Thursday night.

Want to see more? https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/

All images © Rohan Anderson Photography

Jared Polin (Fro Knows Photo) and his co-host Stephen have a chat about me and my Red Jumpsuit situation on RAW Talk. (See 31:50 onwards).

A shot of Sydney and the Anzac bridge shot from Glebe Point. 
For those of you on flickr, check it out here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/14099680671/
© Rohan Anderson Photography.

A shot of Sydney and the Anzac bridge shot from Glebe Point. 

For those of you on flickr, check it out here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/14099680671/

© Rohan Anderson Photography.

What settings on your camera do you use for concerts? ISO, shutter speed, aperture, etc.? I'm shooting my first concert in a few weeks and I'm so nervous; any tips? Thanks so much xx

Hey there!

Don’t be nervous, just make sure you know your gear. You want to make sure you have a nice wide lens, with an aperture of f2.8 or wider. If you don’t, that’s ok, I started out with a kit lens. Keep your shutter speed up, you’re working with fast moving subjects in generally low light, so keep it around 1/125 to 1/200. And ISO wise, obviously you want to keep it as low as you possibly can. I generally have to have mine about 1000 to 3200, but many cameras won’t handle 3200 and higher very well and they’ll be quite noisy.

Hope this helps! If you do want to see what settings and gear I’ve used, head over to my flickr, click on a photo and ion the bottom right-hand corner click the little information icon and you’ll see the camera info showing model numbers and camera settings: https://www.flickr.com/photos/rohan3au/sets/72157632740612532/

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