The book covers all bases: gear, contracts, technique, post-processing…you name it. He didn’t hold anything back
Patrick LaRoque
Do you love music and want to make better pictures?
This is the ebook for you! 220 pages of:

How to get started

How to get in the loop! How to create your portfolio, get known, get paid.


How to prepare, client meetings, prepping gear, venue, light, stage, sound checks, being in the pit.

Camera tips

Everything from ISO, lenses, exposure, metering, aperture, shutter speed, to not chimping on stage.

Processing and delivering

Covers processing, software, filtering and a step by step run-through of my workflow.

The guts of shooting

The most important part - make awesome pictures! Covers style, storytelling, light, action, audience.

46 of my images

I take you behind the scenes of 46 of my images with full analysis and technical details.


There is a lot of debates about contracts. I tell you what I think, what I do and my experiences.

Post Processing

How I post process my images with several step by step examples.

In my bag

Most important thing - earplugs! Oh yeah, the camera+lenses. I run through my entire kit for a gig.

Who is Flemming Bo Jensen?

I only come out at night! I am a professional music photographer and official Fujifilm ambassador from Denmark. Music, especially electronic music, is a big part of what makes my heart beat, and being able to combine music and photography is a dream come true. Clients include Red Bull Music Academy, Red Bull Studios Copenhagen, Strøm Festival, Trailerpark Festival and Ohoi!.

Raves and reviews
Great work, man. Packed with so much useful information, even for other types of photographers. I’m really impressed by your collection of images and the detailed background information you supply with all of them. And thank you for sharing so much of your workflow and processing techniques! So much to learn (2 minute processing! example curves!). Again, thank you so much for sharing!Jorrit Wiersma |
The book covers all bases: gear, contracts, technique, post-processing…you name it. He didn’t hold anything back. I’m particularly fond of the Pictures chapter where he shares 46 images, each with its EXIF data and a backstory explaining the context of the shot. This is something I not only find interesting, I also believe it’s one of the best ways to learn from a photographer. At $6.99 for 220 pages of tips, tricks and awesome photography I think it’s a steal.Patrick LaRoque |
My KAGE buddy and kick-ass photographer Flemming Bo Jensen has just released an eBook on music photography. If I’m grumpy today, it’s because he sent me a sample of the book yesterday and I simply couldn’t go to sleep until I finished the book. Even if you don’t shoot music, there’s a lot of great information and amazing pictures to be found. Highly recommended!!!!Bert Stephani |
If you enjoy shooting music, or if you haven’t tried it yet and don’t know where to start, Flemming Bo Jensen has the answer. Flemming launches his new ebook available now called ‘Get In The Loop – How To Make Great Music Images’ and man is it worth the money! At 220 pages long and only $6.99 (USD) it’s a no brainer. Flemming has done a first class job on the layout too, which makes it a really enjoyable read that’s packed with information on how to do music photography.Derek Clark |
Great work Flemming! A lot of useful information and I really like the detailed picture section with EXIF data and your personal comments to each picture plus your post-processing insights. And at this price it is really a bargain!Tilman Jentzsch |
Buy Get in the loop
$7 USD

E-Book: PDF format, 220 pages. 98 MB download.

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