Sean Brand is a self-taught photographer who applies his architectural and graphic design background to making images that capture space and time. His work on the rock and roll stages of SA made him ideally suited for work in television studio environments where he meets the demands of clients like M-Net and DStv, working on productions like Idols and Clash of the Choirs. But rock and roll is where the toughest of lighting conditions have pushed him to the limit of technical capabilities.
Other niche pursuits include infrared photography and composite panoramics.
14 June Studio 2 11h00 - 13h00 Lowlight photography
Sean Brand will be discussing the ins outs of what it takes to be a live rock and roll photographer, as well as show you how to get the perfect lowlight shot in those conditions. Sean will also be sharing his experiences in exploring the alternative frequencies of near infrared light that have led to him creating wildlife and landscape art photography.