Cory Brozak is a professional photographer with a lifetime of experience in seeing the creativity or a perspective that often goes unnoticed. He was a strong enthusiast for 10 years before turning professional 4 years ago. He received his training from Nikon and Blue Pixel, as well as training under several well known names in the industry before turning professional. He absolutely loves photography and just can't get enough of it. Several of his gallery/art shots are for sale in several places around town.
Absolutely everything about it. I love the challenge of finding a perspective that no one else has seen or considered. I love the design phase in a super elaborate shot. I love the hunt, searching for a shot of the Milky Way no one has ever taken before. I love the interaction when taking portraits and I love making people look their best. I love creating wonder and emotion through my eyes.
What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?
As far as portraits go, I have done everyone and everything all the way up to a big family of 18. I have a shot of a beautiful lady in a long red dress in front of a tall mirror, outside, in the middle of the night with the stars above and the Milky Way reflecting in the mirror in front of a mountain range (It was actually in a gully with steep cliffs, but looks like mountains). I absolutely LOVE to get creative.
Awards, honors, and recognitions received
The only thing I ever entered a photo in was a contest back in the late 90s, and it won first place. It was on film of course and I took a vertical shot with the camera back then that took only 'Panorama' shots. I was only in my enthusiast stage, but I had a perfect, beautiful shot of the Campanile (Bell Tower) in the San Marco Plaza in Venice, Italy.
A fun fact about this photographer
I taught music in Homestead Florida before confirming my calling in photography.