PHOTOGRAPHIC CONSULTING & MENTORING 1 on 1
- Photographic consulting.
- Portfolio critiques.
- Portfolio development.
- Portfolio editing.
- Lighting instruction and techniques.
- Connecting with your subject.
- Learning how to “see” creatively.
- Customized, private individual workshops and instruction.
Contact Gary directly to discuss your specific needs at: [email protected]
Gary Parker’s Photographic Consulting & Mentoring Services
Photographic life coaching is for amateur or professional photographers, and is intended to up-your-game, no matter your visual interests. Gary offers individual mentoring and personal hands-on instruction for photographers seeking to improve creative, technical and seeing skills in any area of photography. From general portfolio development to specific photographic niche focus, always with emphasis on great light existing or introduced, Gary can help you create a killer portfolio and hone in your photographic skills. Gary will work with you in person or by phone, and with email, always with a constructive, helpful spirit. Gary firmly believes in positive, optimistic critique.
Gary has mentored and coached professional and aspiring photographers for decades, assisting numerous successful professionals find their focus and career. It is common for photographers to be so close to their own work that the eye and insights of an experienced working professional – one who has actually worked in the field at the highest level on a daily basis for beyond 30 years – can be incredibly revealing, enlightening and helpful. Gary’s simple philosophies have resulted in six figure assignments in both advertising and corporate photography – based on solid technique, photographic education, obsession with photography and his special gifts – uniquely qualify this real-deal working pro to help you further develop your portfolio and photographic skills, regardless of your level of expertise.
$200/hourly – contact Gary directly to discuss your specific needs at: [email protected]
What Client’s Say
Did you ever wonder where pro photographers go when they have questions?
I’m a shooter whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, and Time magazine. I’ve published a book on NASCAR and have a gallery show hanging at the Pentagon.
Even with 30 years of experience I still run across problems I can¹t figure out. When that happens I call one guy: Gary Parker. Plain and simple, he¹s the one for lighting and Photoshop questions.
I first met Gary when we were both newspaper Photojournalists and he showed me how to use my first flash meter. Since that time there have been tons of questions but somehow Gary always seems to have the answer.Scott Robinson, Scott Robinson Photo