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      Red Bull X-Fighters at Battersea Power Station                                      Southwestfour Dance Festival
                                                                                                                                                                                        
Welcome to Media Picture

Media Pictures provide and supply for the media, high quality images that will be used for publication by the Worlds Press and other media.

We use photographers who have a wealth of experience in shooting and reviewing premier concerts, events and night clubs at top venues. Our images get published in many of the worlds top press and media publications. We cover many of the top premium venues as well as some of the smaller intimate venues. Our photographers get hired out to premium night clubs to provide top creative night club protography.

Music is something that everyone loves in life and many people go to all kinds of concerts and venues to listen and to see there favourite bands and musicians play, either in a small intimate venue or a major arena and Media Picture cover many of these shows and events to take pictures to put on this web site for you to see. Media Picture have some of the best music and event images on the web, to see these images sign up to Media Picture online viewing to view concert and festival images.

Some of the artists you can see in our gallerys to name but a few are, Boyzone, Grace Jones, Anastacia, Elton John, JLS, Lenny Kravitz, LIonel Richie, Boyence, Linkin Park, Alexandra Burke, Jean-Michel Jarre, Saxon, Judas Priest, Tinchy Stryder, N-Dubz, KISS, Paul Rogers, Vasco Rossi, High Voltage Rock Festival, Southwestfour Dance Festival and many more.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

                                                                                                                      

German Techno artist HP Baxxter AKA Scooter played at the HMV Forum London to promote the groups latest album "The Big Mash Up" The last time Scooter came to London was 4 years ago on the Clubland Tour with Cascada. The group originated in Hamburg Germany back in 1983  they have created various hard  dance styles mainly Free Style  and Jump style.Some of there well known songs include   "Move Your Ass!", "Hyper Hyper", "How Much Is The Fish?", "Ramp! (The Logical Song)", "The Night", "Jigga Jigga!", "Nessaja", "Maria (I Like It Loud)"They even recored "Jumping All Over The World" with Status Quo. Scooters live performance never let any one down and have pleanty of Jump style dancing and pyro to light up the venue



                                                                                                                         

Clapham Common on a Bank Holiday weekend somewhat resembled a mini Glastenbury, the common was just one big mud bath and people in wellies. But that did not put people off from coming to have a good time and seeing their favourite DJ, even when the heavens opens, peoples spirits were still high and everyone still enjoyed themselves. The Southwestfour Dance festival brought together once again the top names on the DJ circuit from around the world . Sunday just made up for Saturday with no rain and lots of sunshine and people just chilling out and having a great time listening to great electric music in one of the many arena tents or the main stage.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

                                                 SLASH                                                     THIN LIZZY                                                QUEENSRYCHE                                                                                                    

                                                                                                                                                                                            

The weekend of the 23rd & 24th July saw the 2nd Anniversary of the classic High Voltage Rock Festival held at Victoria Park in North London. Unlike Lovebox the previous weekend where it just rained and the ground was just like a marsh underfoot, this weekend the weather was just perfect and the ground was hard under foot, so there no need for wellington boots even though some people aired on the side of caution. The festival once again saw some great acts such as Judas Priest headlining the main stage on the Saturday and Dream Theater headlining the main stage on the Sunday. You also had the reformation of Thin Lizzy. Thin Lizzy’s return to the live stage with a brand-new line-up has received widespread acclaim from press and public alike. The new-look Thin Lizzy features three stars of the Lynott-led era in guitarist Scott Gorham, drummer Brian Downey and keyboard player Darren Wharton, plus guitarist Richard Fortus from Guns ‘n Roses, former Whitesnake bassist Marco Mendoza and lead vocalist and guitarist Ricky Warwick (ex-The Almighty) other acts included; Slash with Myles Kennedy, Michael Monroe, Rival Sons, Queensryche and many more great acts. It was a pity that on a couple of occasions you could not hear anyone sing, no matter how load the fans shouted "Turn up the Mike" but still the music was great. Roll on High Voltage 2012. Being the year of the olympics lets hope for an even BIGGER and better line up.


                                                                         

                                                                                               Freeze Festival 2010 at Battersea Power Station London                                                     

The last weekend of October 2010 Battersea Power Station which was at one point in life Londons largest coal fired power station and was decommisioned back in 1983 and is located on the South Bank of the river Thames in London once again hosted the Relentless Snowboarding and music FREEZE FESTIVAL. Approximatly 18,000 people turned up to see some of the worlds top snowboarders from around the world hurtle down a 32m pipe ramp with the sky line of London in front of them. At first the weather was a bit touch and go but in the end the event had some great weather with a nice blue sky and the four towering chimneys of the power station providing the perfect back drop for the snowboarders

                                                                                                             

 
                                      

 If you are looking for a photographer to cover a show or an event then please go to our contacts page and fill out your request form with your requirments, and one of our team will get back to you and we will be happy to assist with your request.

                   

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We get various commissions from the news media and publications to photograph and review many major concerts and events. Quality media Images are always being uploaded onto the site and we currently just display a small sample for you just to see, for more information on images please contact us.                   

If you are looking to purchase an image of a particular artist, event, concert or venue and you and you can not see what you are looking for, then please contact sales and we will be pleased to assist you

If you go to our New Projects page we are giving budding music photographers the chance to submit there images to the Media Picture web site for everyone to see and even comment on, so why not get in touch with us.

   

Media Picture now has a new photography Forum that is open to anyone who just wants to chat ad for those who wish to pass on hints and tips to help take better photos,