Portrait Pressure Cooker

Environmental Group Portrait Tips

Brad Moore is a Nashville based music, entertainment, and commercial photographer/videographer with an amazingly strong photography background. Before launching his own career, Brad worked with some of the best in the business, learning the craft and business of photography. Many people will know Brad from his years at KelbyOne, as Scott Kelby’s assistant. In fact he still handles Scott’s Guest Blog Wednesday’s (which I was lucky enough to be featured on here). Assisting Scott Kelby has got to be one of the best ways to be exposed to just about every facet of photography and videography. Not many people get that kind of experience. In Brad’s case though, assisting Scott followed a few years of assisting Joe McNally! That is a rare education, and Brad’s skills are what you would expect coming from that kind of background – he can photograph just about anything.

Brad’s clients include companies like Red Bull, Walmart, FedEx, and Nikon to name just a few. When he’s not behind a camera, he can be found working at WELD, Nashville’s premiere co-working space, devouring a cheeseburger at Husk, or hanging at the dog park with his girlfriend and her dachshund.

Join us on this episode of Behind the Shot as we dissect one of Brad’s images of the metal band Underoath, and discuss the issues involved when capturing an environmental portrait of a group, with tough lighting and extremely limited time… oh yeah, and with an arena full of screaming fans watching you – no pressure there.

Connect with Brad

Personal: bmoorevisuals.com
Facebook: @bmoorevisuals
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Twitter: @bmoorevisuals
Vimeo: @bmoorevisuals

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