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Dan Bagan

Daniel Bagan is a studio portrait photographer, based in St. Augustine, Florida, with a passion for capturing organic, compelling  photos of unconventional subjects. Daniel began his career with film and a deep love of black and white portraits. As technology evolved, so did his approach to photography and he quickly realized his love for saturated colors and the pop-art style of the Digital Age.

 

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Dan's Workshops

 

SUN 9 A.M. - 12 P.M

Classic Car Studio Photography

Participants can look forward to photographing a Classic Car during a hands-on learning experience with Dan Bagan in his 50x25 foot cyc wall studio which features an overhead 30x10 foot Chimera softbox with 12 studio flash heads.  Have a once in a lifetime experience photographing a classic under the best lighting. Create “magazine /commercial quality” images surrounded by 100 classic cars at the Classic car Museum of St Augustine under the direction of a nationally recognized Photographer with an image in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

Field Workshop

Meeting Location: Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine, 4730 Dixie Hwy

Price: $125

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Max No People: 12

Suggested Gear List: DSLR with hot shoe, 35 to 200 MM Lens (Primes & Zoom), Tripod

SUN 1 - 4 P.M.

Hot Rod Studio Photography

Participants can look forward to photographing a Hot Rod during a hands-on learning experience with Dan Bagan in his 50x25 foot cyc wall studio which features an overhead 30x10 foot Chimera softbox with 12 studio flash heads.  Have a once in a  lifetime experience photographing a classic under the best lighting. Create “magazine /commercial quality” images surrounded by 100 classic cars at the Classic car Museum of St Augustine under the direction of a nationally recognized Photographer with an image in the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

Field Workshop

Meeting Location: Classic Car Museum of St. Augustine, 4730 Dixie Hwy

Price: $125

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Max No People: 12

Suggested Gear List: DSLR with hot shoe, 35 to 200 MM Lens (Primes & Zoom), Tripod