February 18, 2011

abryan workshop. do it.

This past fall I had the privilege of attending Bryan Johnson’s (abryan photography) workshop. If you are not familiar with Bryan’s work you need to take 30 minutes out of your day and go here. He is a film wedding photographer based in Birmingham, Alabama. He has also been one of my biggest inspirations.
This was the first workshop I’ve been to so I wasn’t sure what to expect. IT WAS AMAZING . I was expecting to learn a lot about film but it was so much more than that. I came away with a new look on my business and to-do list that was several pages long. The best part about my whole experience is that Bryan cared. He answered all my questions, he wanted to know what I was doing, why I was doing it and pushed me to improve on it. His team is great, willing to help and chat about anything and the special guest’s were phenomenal.

If you want to become a better photographer and business owner you should consider attending Bryan’s workshop.

Click the photo or here for more info on Bryan’s workshop.

Here is some film I shot while I was at the workshop.

20 Comments

Louie Abellera

4th row. both images. gnar.

18:53 February 18, 2011
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Adam Houseman

The axe series is pretty sharp! Well done.

19:56 February 18, 2011
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Daniel

Great new blog! I love the colors! It fits your photos! So natural and beautiful subtle.

20:07 February 18, 2011
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George L Koroneos

I love A Bryan photos, but I would never have the guts to shoot a whole wedding in film. I love this series. Great job.

20:33 February 18, 2011
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Becca Dilley

Love the feel of these, and surprisingly not "workshop-y" feeling.

21:47 February 18, 2011
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Drew W

That looks like it was a lot of fun man. Nice shots too duder.

01:01 February 19, 2011
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Alicia Adamopoulos

There's just something awesome about film. Nicely shot. The workshop looks great.

01:17 February 19, 2011
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Teresa K

Looks like a fun workshop...the close up of the couple sitting down if my favorite of the set!

01:56 February 19, 2011
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Nikole

These photos are quite simply divine.The colors are breathtaking.

18:47 February 19, 2011
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cole

absolutely ballin'. huge fan.

04:52 February 20, 2011
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Lyn Ismael-Bennett

These photos are beautiful! Wonderful set you have here!

04:56 February 20, 2011
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Amanda Basteen

Love the new blog! Great job on the film shots! Loving the almost kiss shot and the piggy back ride shot. You rocked it.

05:08 February 20, 2011
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Kip Beelman

Thanks for sharing and your frames are amazeballs.

10:17 February 20, 2011
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Louisa Coulthurst

Love the 4th photo down on the right, just gorgeous!

16:36 February 20, 2011
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Natalie Gibbs

I always love seeing your work. These are so playful and pretty. : )

01:13 February 21, 2011
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Shell Bailey

These are great! I love that there is still a good amount of emphasis on learning film, it's inspiring. Your film shots are wonderful. :)

20:44 February 21, 2011
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sam hurd

looks like a rad time. diggin the film

04:30 February 22, 2011
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Ryan Ray

love these frames.

21:51 February 28, 2011
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Laura Ivanova

These images are amazing Gene! I am loving your work on film. Pure art.

05:46 March 10, 2011
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Heather

Sounds like fun! Cool shots!

14:29 March 17, 2011
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