115 Music Photography Hashtags for Amplifying Your Music Photography

Last Updated on: 3 months by Brandon Ballweg

Looking to get more people to notice your music photography?

Music photography hashtags are an effective and totally free way of promoting your music photography and can help you get your foot in the door with the connections you need to sell your work or get hired to do jobs.

Using hashtags helps to get more people to see your work, and some of them will become part of your social media following. Building your follower count is not just important because they’re people who may end up buying your work but also because of the social proof you get from having a lot of followers. It may be shallow, but the more followers you have, the more followers you’re likely to get, and the more likely people will trust and respect you as a photographer.

Below you’ll find the best music photography hashtags for promoting your work and gaining new followers.

  1. #MusicPhotography
  2. #MusicPhotographyLife
  3. #MusicPhotography📷
  4. #MusicPhotographyRocks
  5. #MusicPhotographyWorkshop
  6. #MusicPhotographyBook
  7. #MusicPhotographyLifetime
  8. #MusicPhotographyExhibition
  9. #MusicPhotographyLove
  10. #MusicPhotographyOfInstagram
  11. #MusicPhotographyIsMyPassion
  12. #MusicPhotography🎶
  13. #MusicPhotographyForLife
  14. #MusicPhotographyAndLife
  15. #MusicPhotographyMonday
  16. #MusicPhotographyIsMyDream
  17. #MusicPhotographyAwards
  18. #MusicPhotographyBlackAndWhite
  19. #MusicPhotographyPortraits
  20. #Music
  21. #MusicProducer
  22. #MusicVideo
  23. #Musician
  24. #MusicIsLife
  25. #Musica
  26. #Musicians
  27. #Musically
  28. #Musical
  29. #Musico
  30. #MusicFestival
  31. #Musicas
  32. #Musicos
  33. #Musicals
  34. #MusicBox
  35. #MusicLover
  36. #MusicLovers
  37. #MusicProduction
  38. #Musically🎶
  39. #MusicLife
  40. #MusicPhoto
  41. #MusicPhotos
  42. #MusicPhotograph
  43. #MusicPicture
  44. #MusicPictures
  45. #MusicPhotographs
  46. #MusicPic
  47. #MusicPics
  48. #MusicCover
  49. #MusicStudio
  50. #MusicJunkie
  51. #MusicProducers
  52. #MusicArtist
  53. #MusicBlog
  54. #MusicVideo
  55. #MusicVideos
  56. #MusicLove
  57. #MusicTherapy
  58. #MusicCity
  59. #MusicFlow
  60. #MusicIndustry
  61. #MusicBand
  62. #MusicTime
  63. #MusicPromotion
  64. #MusicSchool
  65. #MusicEducation
  66. #MusicPhotographer
  67. #MusicPhotographers
  68. #MusicBusiness
  69. #MusicaBoa
  70. #MusicIsMyLife
  71. #MusicianLife
  72. #MusiciansOfInstagram
  73. #MusicMan
  74. #MusicalTheatre
  75. #ElectronicMusic
  76. #MusicianLifestyle
  77. #MusiciansLife
  78. #MusicianOfInstagram
  79. #MusiciansShowcase
  80. #MusiciansDaily
  81. #MusicianPhotography
  82. #MusicianSeekers
  83. #Musicianship
  84. #MusicianPortrait
  85. #JazzMusician
  86. #MusiciansOfIG
  87. #DIYMusician
  88. #IndieMusician
  89. #InstaMusician
  90. #MusicianDaily
  91. #MusicianStyle
  92. #MusiciansLifestyle
  93. #TalentedMusician
  94. #RockMusician
  95. #IndependentMusician
  96. #StreetMusician
  97. #FemaleMusician
  98. #ElectronicMusician
  99. #FolkMusician
  100. #MetalMusician
  101. #CountryMusician
  102. #MusicianPhoto
  103. #TalentedMusicians
  104. #MusicianForLife
  105. #BluesMusician
  106. #_TalentedMusicians_
  107. #PopMusician
  108. #StudioMusician
  109. #SessionMusician
  110. #YoungMusician
  111. #TouringMusician
  112. #ChristianMusician
  113. #BassMusicianMag
  114. #GospelMusicians
  115. #ClassicalMusicians

Add Locations to Your Music Photography Hashtags

Adding your location to your hashtags will help you get exposure in the area you want to do business in. You can add your location to the beginning or end of your hashtags, like #ChicagoMusicPhotography or #MusicPhotographyChicago, or you can add some hashtags that just include your area in the group of hashtags you include with your photo, such as #Chicago.

Drawing the attention of the people in your area and gaining followers to your social media accounts from your area will give you more chances to be connected with people, artists, and businesses in your area that need a music photographer.

Last Thoughts

Music photography hashtags can help you promote your social media accounts and your photography, whether you’re just starting out or if you’ve been doing music photography for a while. You’ll see the fastest gains in the beginning when you start using hashtags. It allows a lot of people to see your work who otherwise wouldn’t have found it, and a portion of those people will follow your account, which will help your reach in the future.

Use music photography hashtags consistently over time, and you should see your follower counts rise and you should get more business.

If you do other types of photography that you’d like to promote, be sure to check out our article on the best photography hashtags.

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Brandon Ballweg

Brandon Ballweg is a photographer from the Kansas City area. He is the founder of ComposeClick.

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