Photography has always been an important part of presenting the latest designs in the fashion industry. This workshop series given by Gregg Cobarr explores how fashion can be presented using a unique approach – the clothes are just one part of the equation, not the entire visual content. Attendees will come away with a different understanding of what is possible in fashion photography and how rules are made to be broken.
In this workshop, the second part of a series of three, workshop attendees will be photographing in several outdoor settings, be an integral part of working with the model, explore the many possibilities of daytime location settings and learn how to effectively create images of a clothing line from a contemporary fashion designer.
In this daytime, location workshop, attendees will be encouraged to develop their own style and at the same time, learn techniques of photographing fashion in a variety of settings using an urban environment. This workshop will again pay attention to working with models and it will also include the many variables of modifying and utilizing daylight. As always, the clothes will be the “main attraction”.
Gregg Cobarr is a world-renowned entertainment/celebrity and fashion photographer with over forty years of professional experience. He has worked with music industry clients including Columbia and Epic Records, RCA, Capitol, Universal and Warner Music. In the TV and movie industry, he has done work for 20th Century Fox and Columbia Pictures. His fashion photos taken throughout the world have featured an array of international fashion designers. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brooks Institute of Photography and a Master of Fine Arts Degree from California Institute of the Arts. Gregg’s work has been published both nationally and internationally in addition to numerous awards for his photography. He has had several exhibitions in Europe and the U.S. and has given Master Classes at International Photo Fairs in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia. His photography is in the permanent collections at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum. Gregg’s workshops extend throughout the world and he has a special passion for teaching his techniques. His photography can be viewed at: www.cobarrphotos.com