Portrait photography is 10% technique and 90% psychology – the most important buttons you push are not on your camera. Learn how to engage your subject and capture the essence of their personality in a single portrait. Miami celebrity portrait photographer Brian Smith will share the keys to creating thought-provoking conceptual images to lift your portraits to the next level. Find out how to sell your ideas to your subjects and clients and how to improvise and let go of the reins when that leads to the best shot.
You will also learn how Sonys' innovative technology enables Brian's creativity.
Attend this event and stand the chance to win a Sony A6000.
This event is FREE to attend but registration is a must.
Miami photographer Brian Smith is the luckiest guy on the planet. He won a Pulitzer Prize at 25, he’s told Bill Gates exactly what to do for an entire hour, appeared on The X Factor, exhibited at the Library of Congress, dined with the President, hung with Richard Branson on Necker Island, gotten drunk with George Clooney, shared cupcakes with Anne Hathaway and married the most beautiful woman he ever laid eyes on…
For the past 30 years, Brian Smith’s iconic portraits of famous celebrities, athletes and executives have been used in advertising, by corporations and have graced the covers and pages of hundreds of magazines including Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, Time, Forbes, New York Times Magazine, Elle and British GQ.
His books include: Art & Soul (photographed in partnership with The Creative Coalition and Sony), which pairs Smith’s iconic portraits of celebrities from film, television, stage and music with their personal messages about the importance of funding the arts; Secrets of Great Portrait Photography, which shares his stories from his last 30 years photographing portraits of the famous and infamous; and Sony A7 Series: From Snapshots to Great Shots.
He is president of APA/Editorial Photographers, a Sony Artisan of Imagery and X-Rite Master Coloratti.
Date Saturday | February 6 | 2016
Time 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM