Great Tips from Pulitzer Photography Prize Winner Brian Smith! (Video)
Meet Brian Smith, an exceptional celebrity and portrait photographer.
Brian Smith is a Pulitzer prize winner who has photographed one luminary after another: Bill Gates, Anne Hathaway, Samuel L. Jackson, and the list just goes on.
In our interview Brian discussed his process for getting intimate environmental portraits that truly capture the essence of his subjects.
He gives down to earth tips for portraiture that can be applied to photographing anyone, not just movie stars but every day stars who deserve to have a great photograph taken of them, for their personal 15 minutes of fame.
With a career full of accomplishments he speaks from experience which behooves any photographer to pay attention to and take notes.
Brian Smith’s photography is featured in the beautiful book titled: “Art & Soul: Stars Unite to Celebrate and Support the Arts”.
“A generous portion of the proceeds from the book will go to advocate funding of the Arts and Arts Education through The Creative Coalition, a nonprofit, nonpartisan social and public advocacy organization of the arts and entertainment community.” Source: http://briansmith.com )
(Click on the above book cover to purchase from Amazon)
In one of his videos, Brian Smith mentions that he uploads photos from shooting sessions unto his Photoshelter website to have them available for viewing almost instantly.
If you haven’t check them out yet, I highly recommend you do so, because, with any doubts, Photoshelter is a complete photo business solution.
Furthermore, they have such an easy process:
- Upload your photos
- Select your website theme
- Market and sell your work.
Cannot be more simple!
If you already have a Photoshelter website, do leave your feedbacks and links in the comments section below. We would be delighted to view your photography. 🙂
Until next, happy shooting and all the best!
PS: Here’s the link to one of my photography collections on Photoshelter: http://janicedugas.photoshelter.com/
I’ve been looking for a better way to manage my gallery online and make it easier to clients, both new and old, find and purchase my images. Photoshelter seemed to offer a lot of really nice features. Recommended !