Picasso said it took him four years to learn to paint like Raphael, but it took him a lifetime to learn to paint like a child. Sometimes it’s difficult to justify how a famous photographer like Annie Liebovitz can charge upwards of $100,000 for a single day of shooting. We rarely get the chance to peal back the curtain and peer into the lifetime of experiences, expertise and inspiration that shapes an artist and his or her ability to capture provocative images.
For October’s luncheon, LA photographer, Bobby Do Right will simultaneously share what has shaped his unique approach to photography and how he uses that to shape his process to orchestrating a photo shoot. Please join us October 21st. It promises to be entertaining, inspiring and maybe even a little scary.
What's in it for you?
BUSINESS PEOPLE—It all comes down to the budget. And while great work deserves big price tags, not every photographer is motivated by the all mighty dollar. We all want to create work we’re proud of and sometimes an intriguing idea can be strong enough to catch the interest of top talent. Bobby will share what motivates him and why he chooses to work with the partners he does.
MEDIA TYPES—Who knows better than the media professional all the various spaces and places any piece of creative will display? Seeing how those beautiful images come to be can lead to better media recommendations and even spur innovations in various display options; which, then leads to triggering better creative.
MARKETERS—Photography aside, creating the perfect image for clients only comes by having the right team in place. And if everyone in your team approaches the project like Bobby does, you can guarantee on a happy client and fun time.
CREATIVE TYPES—What comes out of the camera relies not only on what happens in front of the lens, but also what happens behind it. Hang with Bobby for an hour and you’ll want infuse a little crazy into every shoot from here on out.
In the mean time, get to know Bobby Do Right a little more:
Bobby Do Right