Bridget is an editorial and portrait photographer from Phoenix, New York. She recently moved back to the Syracuse area after working as a freelance photographer in New York City for 10 years. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts honors program in 2013 with a BFA in Photography. Bridget began taking photographs in elementary school when she received her dad's old 35mm camera; teaching herself photography through her late father's scribbled notes and old kodak manuals. Her photographs have been featured in the New York Times, New York Magazine, Instyle, Vogue India, Bust Magazine, and WWD.
You can find her on instagram at @bridgetbadore
& see more of her work at www.bridgetbadore.com
Upcoming Dates hosted by Bridget Badore
Sunday the 7th of November 2021
Photography Class Beginners Guide to Composition - Thornden Park, Syracuse - 11AM - 3 hours
You've got a great eye for photography but you're not sure what makes a good photo GREAT? This is the class for you! Professional photographer Bridget Badore will walk through the basics of composition, challenging participants to hone in on their unique perspective. By the end of class, photographers will walk away feeling confident in the way they frame every image.
$69pp only 5 places left - requires 3 bookings to proceed
Sunday the 7th of November 2021
Analog Photography Session - Syracuse, New York - 1pm - 2 hours
Whether you started shooting analogue or you’re just getting into it, this session will cover some of the essentials of film photography. We’ll touch on how a camera meter works and how to meter for film, the different film options and how they affect your photo, and how to plan your shots!
Always wanted to take better portraits in any location? Portrait photographer Bridget Badore will share tips and tricks on how to make your portraits stand out in any environment. From working with natural light indoor and outdoor, to knowing when to pull out the flash. You’ll leave feeling confident in your ability to compose and frame an interesting photograph that tells a story.
$35pp 10 places left - requires 4 bookings to proceed
Saturday the 20th of November 2021
Motion Blur & Intentional Camera Movement Workshop - Clinton Square, Syracuse NY - 1pm - 2 hours
Motion blur often frustrates new photographers. But that same blur can also create artistic, magical images. Blur allows an image that captures a single moment in time to convey motion. We will discuss ways to use shutter speed for intentionally blurring the background or the subject. We will cover the different between subject blur and camera blur, and the many different ways you can set up a shot to get the exact type of movement you're looking for.
Street Photography Meetup - Clinton Square, Syracuse - 9am - 2 hours
Whether you’re curious about street photography, or a long-time street enthusiast, join us for a meet up! Photographers will be guided through a series of challenges to hone in on your creative eye. We’ll take some tools from famous street photographers from Henri Cartier-Bresson to Helen Levitt, and take inspiration from a few contemporary photographers. You’ll want away with new ways of looking at the world around you, and new ways of approaching the street.
Landscape Photography Meetup - Westminster Park, Syracuse NY - 3pm - 2 hours
The city of Syracuse offers beautiful opportunities for landscape photography. This course will help you develop your eye for gorgeous landscape shots and encourage you to find beauty in even the coldest winter months.
Night Photography & Low Light Class - Barry Park, Syracuse NY - 5pm - 3 hours
Photographing in low light or nighttime settings can be frustrating, but it doesn't have to be! Once you get comfortable with your camera settings and unlock new techniques, you'll have access to a whole new world of low light photography. We'll create beautiful nighttime landscapes using only natural light and our cameras, learn how to manipulate our camera settings to capture crisp well-lit portraits in even the dimmest lit settings, understand long exposures and how to use them in our favor, and lastly: learn how to use simple tools like flashlights to create magical scenes you thought were only possible in photoshop.