I just got back from teaching at a photographic convention in New Orleans. The event was for After Dark, which is a 3-day conference for professional photographers.
Here are some of the images I created while I was working there. This first set of images were while I was teaching fashion lighting…
After a couple images, I thought some motion and action would be fun and add some interest.Another photographer, my friend Lori, took this of me while I was photographing this pretty little baby girl. I love this!
And here’s one of the images I took of this little girl.
This is Skye, one of our official models. Some street musicians were singing on the street, and I borrowed their mic for a quick image, taken on the streets of New Orleans.
During my off time, I continued to see images in my mind and had to get them. I ended up borrowing a photographer friend of mine, Angelina, and used her as a model for some of these ideas. These were some of the images I created of her.
I also took some time to walk down to a local cemetery. All of the graves were above ground because of the water table, and it made a great place to explore and create some art images.
One of me at the cemetery which is fun, because I don’t usually get photographs of me when I travel.
A street portrait of some musicians on their way to a parade. Photographed with a shift lens (the blur is optical and not Photoshop).
And here’s a street portrait of a preacher. I really like the hat and how all the shapes come together.
And I even had fun taking images with my iPhone. Some of us had a little game going on to see who could get the best iPhone image. Here are a few of mine.
And to finish up, I love this last image. I love the abstractness, the interaction! It’s just a cool image of me and Angelina before I flew out of town.
Well thanks for looking, and if you’re a photographer, check out my website for professional photographers, BryCoxWORKSHOPS.com. There you’ll see my schedule of upcoming workshops in your area. And please email me if you’d like me to set up something in your area.