The Part-Time Professional Photographer: Tips on How to Succeed with Gregg Cobarr
December 7 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm| $39.95
The primary purpose of “The Part-Time Professional Photographer: Tips on How to Succeed” is to give any advanced amateur photographer or current part-time professional photographer the information and tools to be able to handle a variety of paid photography jobs successfully. These are the types of jobs that are usually done in the late afternoon or evening during the week, as well as any time during the day or night on the weekends, so that the photographer can still do their current, full-time or part-time “day job.”
In order to help ensure as much success as possible, specific photography tips will be given on how to deal with a variety of situations encountered while shooting.
The jobs that will be discussed:
* Children’s portraits
* Senior portraits
* Family portraits
* Head shots – actors or corporate
* Model portfolios
* Weddings, bridal portraits and engagement portraits
* Special events – personal, business or charity
* Freelance magazine assignments
* Misc. photography jobs – sports, animal portraits, business, etc.
Gregg Cobarr is a world-renowned entertainment/celebrity and fashion photographer with over thirty years of professional experience. He has worked with such music industry clients as 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 have been featured with 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 passion for teaching. His photography can be viewed at: http://www.cobarrphotos.com and you are invited to email him with any questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.