A conversation with portrait photographer Brian Smith
Published Feb 13, 2016 | dpreview staff
When Brian Smith was just a High School student with a budding interest in making photographs, he learned that photography could earn you some significant perks – and at that age, that meant a pass to leave campus. These days he's well known for his portraiture, including a portfolio of A-list celebrities. He sat down with DPReview Editor Barney Britton at PIX 2015 to discuss his background, career and his secret to putting all of his portrait subjects at ease in front of the camera.
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