Bryan Peterson

Bryan Peterson

Biography

Bryan has been a successful commercial photographer for over 30 years whose clients include American Express, Kodak, UPS, Phillips and Citibank.  In addition he has received awards from the Communication Arts Photography Annual seven times, Print Magazine four times and has also won the prestigious New York Art Directors Gold Award.  He has also been a contributing editor at Popular Photography magazine and Outdoor Photographer magazine.  He has been teaching photography for over 30 years.  His largest audience knows him as the founder of the on-line photography school, PPSOP.com as well as the author of the best-selling photography books, Understanding Exposure, Learning to See Creatively, Understanding Close-up Photography, Understanding Shutter Speed, Beyond Portraits, Field Guide to Understanding Photography and Field Guide to Understanding Composition.

In addition to his boundless enthusiasm, Bryan brings a unique teaching style to his slide/talk lectures, “good/bad, before/after examples” that will guarantee a creative and highly motivational experience by all photographers while elevating them to new photographic heights that they had only before dreamed of reaching.



Email:  BryanFPeterson AT mac DOT com

Website:  www.bryanfpeterson.com

Website:  ppsop.com

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