Can you imagine somebody coining a method after you? It’s called “The Brenizer Method” and we’re going to learn from the talented photojournalist turned wedding photojournalist. From taking photos of everyone from Muhammad Ali to President Obama, Ryan Brenizer teaches us the importance of capturing a great story.
Brenizer puts it best, “Photography has filled me with purpose and joy, and taken me places I never thought I’d go. I have covered three U.S. presidents, been blessed by the Pope, and been stared down by Muhammad Ali. I’ve shared a laugh with Smokey Robinson, and had a picture I took of him used when he received a lifetime achievement award. I’ve photographed a 110-year-old woman as she told me what it was like to climb onto the torch of the Statue of Liberty. I was chosen as the only independent photographer allowed near Obama and McCain in their last meeting before the 2008 election. I’m the only photographer in the world to have been officially represented by the three largest photographic retailers in the Western hemipshere. Heck, I’ve even had a photographic technique named after me (which is crazy).”