Sexy, Flirtatious, Fun – Today's Pinup
$75 for INPPA / MPPA / PPA Members to attend
$99 for First time INPPA Members with INPPA Membership.
Continuing Education: Service Merit awarded to PPA members.
Workshop will be held in Curtis Sprague's Photography Studio in Broken Arrow's Rose District. We may move to a nearby secondary location for the lecture portion of this class.
The Pinup style has been around for a century and has seen a resurgence of popularity in recent years. This program covers the evolution of Pinup, from it's early days as covers for naughty magazines to the War Years of posters “pinned up” above bunks and painted on the noses of bomber aircraft to the present day. We will discuss the psychology of pinup, how to style your own sessions, and how to market them.
The program will demonstrate these methods and have plenty of opportunity for working with models to start your own pinup portfolio. We will design, style, and create a pinup from start to finish.
Brad Barton, M.Photog.Cr
Brad Barton is a North Texas based artist who tells people’s stories and captures their emotions in sometimes fantastical, sometimes bizarre, sometimes surreal ways. Using his imagination, camera, and digital tools, he has created work for clients big and small. His work has been published in nationally distributed books and magazines, has been featured in feature length motion pictures, and has won numerous awards.
His book from Amherst Media titled Retro Glamour & Pinup Photography was published in January 2017. His second book, Beautiful Monsters was published in May 2018 and his third, Seven Seas, was published in December 2019.
He holds Master of Photography and Photographic Craftsman degrees from Professional Photographers of America and continues to teach and write about art and photography. #ImaginationCaptured
Brad is proudly sponsored by Color, Inc.
For more information about any of these workshops, please contact Brad at 214-356-2389 or firstname.lastname@example.org.