On this episode of Real Talk, we have Dan Brouillette from LOOK Portrait joining us!
Dan Brouillette is a senior and editorial photographer operating in the midwest with locations in both Omaha, NE and Sioux City, IA. Dan was born and raised in Iowa, and attended Iowa State University where he earned degrees in Psychology and Advertising. Later he left his midwest roots to pursue his dream of being a NYC based photographer where he had the chance to work for several magazines and companies such as ESPN, Time and The Wall Street Journal. He is best known for his lighting where he began to merge his lifestyle and fashion approach with his senior work and opened up LOOK Portrait in Omaha in 2013. Dan teaches and speaks on his lighting at workshops and conferences and helps break down lighting in a way that photographers are able to grasp easily.
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Sean Brown is a photographer based out of Vancouver Washington and Portland Oregon specializing in high school senior portraits. His goal is to bring out every senior’s personality in their images and is dedicated to making sure that every senior session is different so that no two seniors’ images are alike.