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Both lenses are better for concert photography. It just depends on what type of concert it is, what the lighting conditions are, what your position is in relation to the performers, and most importantly, what you want the shot to look like. There is a huge difference between a mid-day performance at an outdoor festival, an arena event with full theatrical ...


A Canon 50mm f/1.8 prime lens is quite decent for taking portraits from close proximity. The Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 is a wide-angle lens and would give you significant results when taking the picture of the concert hall from a distance. Both lenses have their own pros for concert photography. The 50mm f/1.8 has the added advantage of taking good quality ...


Some cameras have this feature as a photo effect. Or you can use photoshop to selectively desaturated (remove colours ) parts of the image ( desaturated those parts which you want to make black and white )

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