After serving 5 years in the Marines and a deployment to Iraq, Brent made his way into the audio/visual world working on documentaries with Forbes Magazine, writing articles for various surfing magazines, producing commercials and shooting music videos for bands and events all over the U.S.
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|Brent specialises in dreamy, moody and stormy beach seascape and cityscape photography|
Brent pursued a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Southern Maine to better understand the brain and answer his lifelong question of why a particular piece of art or music resonates with someone.
Taking a scientific approach and making the connection between art and the brain is a passion that keeps Brent moving and producing media both audio and visual.
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Brent discussing some of his equipment:
I see a lot of people get caught up in their camera not being professional enough, and too cheap. You can get away with getting professional shots on a cellphone if you understand post processing.
My photography dramatically improved when I learned how to use Lightroom and Photoshop. Like any trade, the post doctoring is always essential. As far as the physical gear goes, I shoot primarily with a Canon 6D and my 70-200 f2.8. I love the telephoto compression I get at 200mm.
I shoot RAW because I do not like to give the creative liberty to my camera. My brain knows the best white balance, exposure setting and black point, not the camera. I can get the same results with a different camera and cheaper lens, I am just comfortable with my setup and it is durable for travel."
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