“The shoot was tough as the security were being tight asses in the pit so I went up top of the venue to shoot the show.”
Publication: Shot for the band.
Gear: Canon 6d with 24-70 lens
Post Process: I put it in lightroom and bumped the brightness up a bit and played with the colour balance.
Josh is the Head of Video and Photography at Moshcam. He's an award-winning director, editor and photographer based in Newtown, NSW Australia. He has been shooting live music since 2011 for several publications, both print and online, but primarily Sydney street press magazine, The Music - formerly Drum Media. A 2007 graduate of AFTRS, Josh has directed music videos for artists including Angus & Julia Stone ('Babylon' and 'Just a Boy'), Birds of Tokyo ('Wild Eyed Boy'), Born Lion ( 'Good Dogs Play Dead' ), The Snowdroppers ('White Dress' and 'Love Letters') and The Rumjacks ('FIstful O' Roses'). In 2008 he won the IF award for Best Music Video and he's received nominations for ARIA and J awards. In 2016 he won the Best Editing award at Tropfest, for 'Ben's Filming The Movie.' You can check out his directing and editing website here - http://www.joshgroom.com.auView all posts by Josh Groom
How long have you been shooting for? I’ve been shooting for about two and a half years. I was studying music business at TAFE and people just needed me to take photos for their assignments – I just put my hand up and said “Yeah, i’ll do it.” That’s how it all kicked off –Learn more about Ben Wrigley