Join me at Imaging USA 2019 in Atlanta on January 20, 2019 for ‘Portraits of the Famous and Infamous’. Hear the stories behind many of my favorite celebrity portrait shoots and what I learned as a result.
Portraits of the Famous and Infamous
Session Time: 8:00am – 9:30am January 20, 2019
Location: GWCC, A302, Building A, Level 3
What do Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Donald Trump, burlesque dancers and nudist golfers have in common? They’ve all been photographed by Miami celebrity portrait photographer Brian Smith. In this talk, Pulitzer Prize winner Brian Smith as he shares the stories behind his photos of the rich and famous and lessons learned in 30 years of photographing celebrities. He’ll talk about ways he connects with people in all walks of life and share his tricks on how to get billionaires to do exactly what you want and convince them it was their idea to do so.
Sponsored by Sony
8 thoughts on “Join me at Imaging USA 2019 for Portraits of the Famous and Infamous”
I would if I could, but a tad far from where I live, Sweden 🙂
Good luck capturing some great photos and show them for us too.
Thanks Lars! With any luck I’ll make it to Sweden one day.
That would be nice, please tell if you do so I can brag of being with a Pulitzer Prize-winner 😀
Joke aside, any idas where in Sweden and shooting what?
Maybe my GREAT FRIENDS at Profoto would like to sponsor a talk in Sweden.
That would be great. Have you asked them?
I have bought some stuff from them, mostly cheaper portable lights as don’t have a studio and can’t afford one with my Senior contributions 🙂
Requests fromn their Swedish customer would carry a LOT more weight 😉
Ah, haha, ok got your point.
Might be an idea, I could do that, butI I don’t know if any of my friends use Profoto but I will ask.
asked my photo friends at FB, but no answer yet, probably because i’t a “weekend-day” today.
I wrote to Profoto and strangely enough I got an answer just now.
Well, the girl Rebecca at Marketing Manager Profoto Nordic said she rather preferred a request from you, so I sent here the link for your “SONY ARTISANS OF IMAGERY PROGRAM CELEBRATES 10 YEARS!” article 🙂
I guess it’s up to you now to ask 🙂