As we wrap up for the end of another amazing year we love to look back and reflect on such a fun year in the pit. It’s been incredible to watch our community grow over the past 12 months and connect with one another through our Shout About It Workplace network.
This year we’ve introduced a whole new bunch of gig photographers on our site, covered a huge number of gigs and even put on two of our own! Moving forward into 2020 we can’t wait for Shout About It to continue to grow both online and with events, meet ups, exhibitions and more!
We reached out to our gig photographers and asked for their favourite shot of the year and we’re super excited to share them with you!
See you in 2020!
Alexander O’Neal on stage at The Olympia, Liverpool
Photographer Warren Millar
I picked this image because to my surprise it has been shortlisted in the “Events” section of the British Photography Awards 2019/2020.
Lydiah, Sound City – Levi’s Music Project – Liverpool
Photographed by Georgia Flynn – @georgiaflynncreative
The Editors – Photographed by Judie Tingle
Stevie Dacanay of Buckcherry at Liquidroom, Tokyo.
15 October 2019.
Photo by Aki Fujita Taguchi
“I simply love this shot because it’s filled with positive energy of exciting gig!”
Rigo Luchi Photography – Lewis Capaldi
Venue: O2 Academy Bristol
“I have always been a fan of Lewis Capaldi, and i was grateful that i was able to shoot him. At this show i was more comfortable and more confident at shooting gigs so 3 songs was more than enough to get some bangers photos. So this is defenitely my favourite gig of the year, not only because im a fan but because i was able to get better at editing gig photos.”
Yungblud – Norwich – Photographed by Niamh Louise
Photographer: Mark Stimpson LRPS
Photographer: Marcia Lafortune (Montreal, Canada)
Date: Friday, November 15 2019
Artist: Alexandria Maillot
Venue: Brasserie Beaubien, Montreal (Canada)
Lonnie Terrell photographed by Archana Sundar
Photographed by John Mcphee
Photographed by Svenja Block – https://svenjablock.pixieset.com/
Venue: The Garage/London 25.05.2019
I had visualised several close up live portraits in my mind before this brilliant sold out show and was delighted with the result of this timeless candid of Saffron. I love the angle, the energy – emotion in motion, and overall beauty of this photograph.
Joe Bonamassa photographed by Terry Marland at the Royal Albert Hall London.
This is Nottingham artist Camille Christel at the Splendour Festival in Nottingham in July. I like this one as it captures the vibe of her music and her performance.
Camille Christel: https://camillechristel.com/
Photographed by Nigel Big Twitter: @NigelBigInstagram: @nigelbig