We live in Texas, which means that the majority of our clients own a weapon of some kind and would like to have their portraits done with them. So wether you are an enthusiast, or you aren't much of a fan of weapons, you should know the basic rules and how to correctly bend them to fit into a realistic portrait of your client. We all know that weapons are deadly, my goal in this class if for you to come away with a confidence to handle, check, and walk away from your session happy and healthy. This will be a hands on class so feel free to bring your camera and capture some images.
Connor is sponsored by Arlington Camera.
Connor Fuller, Cr. Photog., CPP, AF-TPPA loves to push the boundaries of his art and create something different. And, sometimes a bit “dangerous”. His love of weapons has infiltrated his love of photography and the two have meshed into a regular part of his work in his studio. Seniors, bridegrooms, and people you never expect ask us for guns, bows, and knives in their portraits. This always gets Connor’s creative brain fired up.
The photography bug bit Connor when he was 19. His mother is a photographer and she was booked solid for senior season unable to take on any more seniors for that year. A girl called him and said “your mom is booked and can’t take any more seniors and I want a Fuller to photograph me”. When he laughingly told his mom about the conversation, she immediately said call her back and book it! After a short posing lesson and a camera set on “P”, he was sent on the way. After the recent loss of his father, Connor felt enthused and with a purpose. The rest, as they say, is history.
Today, Connor owns the studio and his mother, Esther, works for him. The studio is in the small town of Kirbyville, Texas (population approx. 2000). Small towns create a challenge, but with a quality product with exceptional service, Fuller’s Photography Studios stands apart from the crowd and draws clients from near and far.