Did I Metion: SONY and Adorama are Sponsoring a Special Event with SONY Artisan of Imagery Brian Smith

On Thursday, July 29, 2010   from 5:30PM – 7:30PM,  SONY Artisan of Imagery Brian Smith will conduction a workshop called   Secrets to Great Portrait Photography.

Price: $25.00

Great portraits capture the soul and spirit of your subject. This Special Event with celebrity portrait photographer Brian Smith will focus on ways of breaking down barriers and secrets of working quickly to capture the great portraits, whether you have minutes, hours, or days to get the shot.

Brian will share the lessons he’s learned over the past 30 years as a top magazine portrait photographer capturing the faces of the famous, infamous and even the un-famous. He will break down the approach he uses on editorial, commercial and personal projects from concept to execution to post, on productions large and small. Simple choices in lighting can affect the mood of an image, so during this evening’s presentation, he will detail his problem-solving approach to lighting and how he customizes his lighting to a particular situation, using light to create bold iconic portraits on location. Brian will show you ways to remain fresh and passionate about your photography, and the evolutionary steps you can take to allow your personal style to evolve as you move your photography to the next level.

Registration deadline for this Special Event July 28, 2010

Each attendee will receive a $25.00 coupon at the Seminar in exchange for a copy of their registration receipt.
The coupon will be valid for 30 days towards the purchase of any merchandise when presented at either Adorama’s retail store at 42 West 18th Street, New York, or for an online purchase at http://www.adorama.com

For more information Contact Adorama Workshops


~ by pthomaslambert on July 12, 2010.

One Response to “Did I Metion: SONY and Adorama are Sponsoring a Special Event with SONY Artisan of Imagery Brian Smith”

  1. Thanks for the mention, Paul. There are still a few seats left for next Thursday’s workshop at Adorama in New York. If any of your readers come, they should come up and say “hi.”

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