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No Cameras Allowed My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer tells the story in words and photos of how Julian David Stone entirely by sneaking his euipment into concerts amassed an incredible archive of over ten thousand rock and roll photos Starting by simply sta No Cameras Allowed My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer by Julian David Stone is a compilation of the author s concert photos taken on cameras he smuggled into venues by any means necessary until eventually he was well known enough to be invited by magazines aching for the shots The book spans through the early and mid eighties covering multiple groups with crisp and seemingly up close photography and bite sized stories on how he got in and what the experience was like They run the full gamut from receiving some serious stink eye from the lead guitarist of Bonnie Hayes and the Wild Combo to a somewhat haunting Springsteen finale and the end of his career as a music photographerI have something of a special connection to No Cameras Allowed as Julian David Stone has unknowingly captured one of my earliest and most vivid childhood memories December 30 1983 at the Kabuki Theater in San Francisco the author and I shared a space as we listened to Huey Lewis and the News Stone clung to a camera he d had little trouble getting in and I at barely six years old clung to my father s hair as I sat on top of his shoulders This was my first concert Nostalgia is a glorious thing and Stone delivers it in spades The photos are just spectacular and capture the spirit and energy of the musician the music and the crowd I love this book and am so grateful for those who broke a few rules in order to bring us pieces of the past accompanied by the narrative of a man who arguably had the coolest job everReview written for Readers Favorite

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Eads the Grateful Dead Joan Jett and many many Culled from this incredible never before seen archive this book contains over of his best photos along with some of the craziest adventures he had as he evaded oversized roadies aggressive security and than a few drunken fans Wow This is an absolutely stunning collection of previously unpublished shots of some of the greatest rockers in their prime If you were lucky enough to catch these acts during their heyday this book is like an incredible yearbook Wish I could have seen them all but I saw a few Sadly too many are gone now RIP Tom Petty Prince David Bowie But at least we have this book to remind us Profound thanks to the author for these stellar photos and stories

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Shing a camera in his socks then taping euipment all over his body to finally customizing a jacket to hide euipment from security guards he shot dozens of the s greatest acts Prince U the Police David Bowie REM the Ramones Elvis Costello the Talking No Cameras ePUB #9734 H The book is filled with one of a kind photos and memories of his time spent at concerts and how he eventually started getting work once he built up his portfolio The craziest part was he had no intention of selling his work or sustaining a career as a concert photographer His passion lied in filmmaking and was actually going to school to pursue a degree in that when he finally hung up his makeshift camera jacketTo read the full review visit


10 thoughts on “No Cameras Allowed

  1. says:

    No Cameras Allowed My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer by Julian David Stone is a compilation of the author's concert photos taken on cameras he smuggled into venues by any means necessary until eventually h

  2. says:

    Just got my copy amazing Not 'just another rock n roll coffee table book' This extensive compendium of 80's rock photography covers a spectrum of bands and genres popular and niche prog rock new wave psychedelic p

  3. says:

    My son is a huge 80s music fan I got this book for him and it arrived right on his birthday I'm so glad I bought this book for him The pictures are vivid and authentic This book is a treasure and every household should have a copy For sure No Cameras Allowed MY CAREER AS AN OUTLAW ROCK AND ROLL PHOTOGRAPHER is going to sta

  4. says:

    The book is filled with one of a kind photos and memories of his time spent at concerts and how he eventually started getting work once he built up his portfolio The craziest part was he had no intention of selling his work or sustai

  5. says:

    If you're a fan of 80s music especially if you were lucky enough to attend any live shows by major acts during that era Julian David Stone's new book will be an essential part of your Rock n' Roll book collection Given the fact that Stone smuggled professional gear into most of the concerts he photographed the images have a sense

  6. says:

    This is a beautiful compilation of photography of some of the most prominent musicians from the 1980's that now resides on my coffee table tran

  7. says:

    I bought this book as a gift for a friend who is really into music based on the stunning images I took some time to read it before gifting and it also has an interesting story about the photographer I enjoyed this

  8. says:

    What an incredible collection of rare photographs professionally taken by a rock'n'roll die hard No Cameras Allow

  9. says:

    Wow This is an absolutely stunning collection of previously unpublished shots of some of the greatest rockers in their prime If you were lucky enough to catch these acts during their heyday this book is like an incredible yearbook Wish I could have seen them all but I saw a few Sadly too many are gone now RIP Tom Petty Prince David Bowie B

  10. says:

    It's great to flip through Julian's collection of rock n' roll photos and see seminal artists like Prince Bono a

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