High-End Creativity & Speed
Course Number: 14
Level: All levels
With so much competition, it’s more crucial than ever to have a high-end style that blends creativity and pro techniques. Having an eye-grabbing portfolio, killer marketing images, and shooting stronger images means making more money and attracting better clients.
Whether you shoot families, children, weddings, or high school seniors, come learn to create more variety while actually shooting fewer images, and also be ninja-fast in your workflow.
Regardless of your current level, I’ll give you personal challenges and assignments utilizing models, advanced techniques, continually changing lights, gear, styles, and locations. Whether you’ve had my class before or whether you’re new to Texas School, you’ll grow personally and love the high-end looks we achieve.
We’ll review my systems for nailing perfect exposure and color balance (inside and out, with any gear), as well as my three secrets to making women look amazing with light. But we’ll take it all further with higher-end lighting styles and personal challenges.
You’ll learn my secrets of social dynamics so complete strangers relax on camera, while giving you new ways of thinking about posing and directing. And you’ll practice engaging people to pull out and capture their true personalities with more powerful and believable expressions.
I don’t care about the type of gear you own or your experience level or whether you’ve been to my class before or not. If you’re serious about your photography, come and I’ll make you a better, more creative, more confident photographer.
Bry Cox is a Gold Medalist out of 25,000 international photographers. He’s on the Adobe Software Influencer team, is a PPA Master/Craftsman about 10 times over, and is Certified. Bry’s owned a studio in Utah for over 20 years, he’s been teaching workshops throughout the US and Canada for over a decade, and has created many videos, plugins, and books for photographers to rave reviews.
Bry’s images are used by magazines, record companies, VIPs, filmmakers, TV anchors, musicians, and prominent people like LeAnne Rimes, Olivia Newton-John, David Archuleta, Natalie Cole, Kenny Loggins, Linda Ronstadt, Steve Forbes, Mitt Romney, the last four Utah Governors; and companies and magazines like Capitol Records, CMT, Billboard, TV Guide, American Girl, American Photo, and Professional Photographer Magazine.