2nd ANNUAL MUSIC PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP WITH JEREMY SAFFER TO TAKE PLACE AUGUST 29TH AND 30TH FEATURING SPECIAL GUEST BANDS VANNA AND ANTILOVE
Photographer Jeremy Saffer is set to run the 2nd Annual Music Photography Seminar in Western Massachusetts on August 29th and 30th. Special guest bands appearing at the Seminar are Epitaph recording artists Vanna, and Western Massachusetts’ own AntiLove. More information is available at www.jeremysaffer.com/workshop.
This will be a two day event, covering all aspects of the music photography business, concert photography, in studio, and on-location band photo shoots, endorsement photos, lighting options, post production, as well as interactive and hands-on photo shoots with both bands.
The first Music Photography Seminar took place in September ‘08 and featured Shai Hulud and Thy Will Be Done.
Photographer Jeremy Saffer released his first book of photography in April. Entitled Bring The Noise, the 120 page hardcover collection features 156 full-color band images, all taken from Saffer’s extensive career, shooting music’s best and brightest. Bring The Noise gathers a broad selection of artists, representing the varied spectrum of both the metal and hardcore scenes. Lacuna Coil, Bleeding Through, All That Remains, Dimmu Borgir, Bring Me The Horizon, Norma Jean, Earth Crisis, Behemoth and many more all make appearances within the pages of Bring The Noise, which also contain a number of never-before-seen images exclusive to the book. “The word ‘talented’ absolutely belongs to Mr. Saffer,” says Cristina Scabbia of Lacuna Coil. For more info on Bring The Noise please visit www.jeremysaffer.com/bringthenoise.
Jeremy Saffer is a longtime contributor to Outburn Magazine. Saffer is also the house photographer for the esteemed Worcester Palladium, as well as the official photographer of the venue’s annual New England Metal And Hardcore Festival. The photographer has also worked with many respected underground record labels, including Century Media Records, Nuclear Blast, Victory Records, Trustkill, and Prosthetic Records, as well as ESP guitars, Draven shoes, and Peavey Electronics…all of whom have been impressed with Saffer’s hard work, dedication, and talent.
“A lot of us take pictures, but Jeremy takes photographs,” enthuses David Ellefson, formerly of Megadeth. “Even though his subjects are some of the biggest icons of rock who are worthy of a thousand words to tell their story, Jeremy says it all in one snap of shutter.”