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As we mentioned a few posts ago, I had the amazing opportunity to attend one of Bryan Johnson’s workshops recently here in Birmingham. Bryan work is a constant inspiration to Stacey and I, and I felt truly blessed to spend a couple of days with him and some other amazing photographers from around the world. Here’s a couple of quick snippets from day two of the workshop, when we all headed out to the Sonnet House for a little shooting.

Our models for the day were Branden and Lindsey Lower (Check out some of Branden’s 8mm work for A Bryan Photo … it’s off the hook), as well as Bob and Allison Miller. Bob is a ridiculously talented photographer. Seriously. Check out is work here.

So on with the pictures …

(These were all shot with the Contax 645, 80mm 2.0 lens, and Kodak film.)

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Bryan talking shop with the workshop attendees …

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Branden and Lindsey …

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Bob and Allison …

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A quick snapshot by the amazing Jonathan Canlas

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P.S. – If you haven’t had a chance to take a workshop from either Bryan or Jonathan …. it’s a MUST next time they have one. Ridiculously inspiring. Stayed tuned for a few portraits I had the opportunity to shoot of Bryan and his family!

9 Responses

  1. Southern Wedding Photography | Gresham Photography » Stacey’s 2010 Favorites | A look back [...] No. 10 … from A Bryan Photo Wokshop | On Film [...]

  2. mariana I loved them!!! your pictures are aaaawesome Brandon! I love the shot of my shoes, thanks! :D

  3. jamie burnett These look great, I'll have to check out the workshop. Careful with those film rolls! ;)

  4. Bryan Johnson Thanks for posting these! Ash is excited to see the fam shots!

  5. camille it's a small world... allison was actually my roommate last year. she is so beautiful. we were living together when she met bob. :) great work - wish i could have come.

  6. Laura Reaux These are seriously great! It's so cool to see film from the workshop. Thanks for sharing. :)

  7. Brandon Thanks guys! Yeah, that roll took a tumble out of my hand and uncoiled like toilet paper. *sigh*

  8. jonathan canlas awesome man! my one question is, what happened to that poor roll of film on the last photo there? did you load 120 into 220? hope all is well man!

  9. Jessica LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE your film work. amazing. of course, y'all already know how i feel about film. :)