As an event photographer, there are several things that you should be most concerned about and be ready for:

Planning and preparation: Before the event, make sure you have a clear understanding of the schedule, key moments, and expectations for the event. Discuss the shot list and specific requests from the event organizer to ensure that you are prepared to capture the key moments and photos that are required.

  • Lighting: Lighting can have a big impact on the quality of your photos, so be prepared to adjust your camera settings and use additional lighting as needed.
  • Equipment: Make sure you have all the necessary equipment, including backup equipment, in case of any technical issues.
  • Movement and action: Be prepared for movement and action during the event, and have a plan for how to capture it effectively.

Crowd control: Be aware of the crowd and be prepared to manage your position and movement to get the best shots without disrupting the flow of the event.

Timing: Be mindful of the timing of the event and plan your shots accordingly to capture key moments and transitions.

Communication: Stay in communication with the event organizer and be responsive to their requests and feedback.

Post-production: Be prepared to process and edit the photos after the event to deliver the best possible results.

By being prepared and aware of these key factors, you can ensure that you capture high-quality photos that accurately represent the event and meet the expectations of the event organizer.