Hi all, I got hired to shoot a classic new years concert this weekend a few weeks ago. Now all the details are set and I already hired a second shooter and so on - so everything is good to go. Question now is: Is there something I should care specifically about when shooting a classic concert? Never did shoot one before. As for the details - the concert will be on two days, friday and saturday. I got hired to make a video documentation on friday while shooting stills on saturday. As for cameras, I'll of course shoot with my NEX-7 and my NEX-5 for backup, the second shooter will come up with a Nikon D7000 afaik. I think about letting her shoot the close-ups with her 70-200 and cover the wide angle shots by myself - the 12mm Touit and 24mm Sonnar should be quite nice for that. The sound will be recorded separately by the organizer and I'll edit all files (video and stills) and cut the sound in afterwards. I'll shoot some B-rolls before the show starts to cover for unusable shots and these things. As for my policies - copyright of all shots will of course stay at me, I plan to give them about 100 - 200 edited photos of the shows (seems about adequate for the two hours the concert takes) + the finished edited video file. Did I forget anything? Or are there any difficulties I should expect to encounter?