Bry Cox Speaking at Texas School, Week-Long Workshop April 2017

Registration is Open!

[UPDATE] Registration is now open and my class usually sells out, so register early to secure your seat. The official count-down clock and registration page is here, and then of course join the group’s Facebook page.


I change up my program every year, but this is the biggest and most dramatic change yet. I’m adding more inspiration, more creativity, more lights and gear, more models, more locations, more creative challenges for you, and more chances for you to shoot.

This year my program is called, “Adding A Fashion Look.” Use these techniques for your models, weddings, high school seniors, commercial work, fashion, or even families and kids. Because adding a more creative and fashion look to your shoots will will help your portfolio, your marketing pieces, and your sales.

I love speaking at Texas School, my only week-long event of the year. Come train for an entire week with me and learn how to add more creativity to your images, in any situation, with any gear, without excuse.

Thank you to White House Custom Colour ( for sponsoring me, and thank you to everyone who works so hard to make this a great week for everyone.


Here are some short videos talking about some of the specifics of what we’ll cover in our week together at Texas School.

Photography is About People

How These Images Were Made (part 1)

How These Images Were Made (part 2)

LIGHTING for Creativity, Perfection in Camera, Fast Workflow, & Higher Sales

Fast Adobe Workflow

Finding and Building Your Weaknesses

Texas School – Big Overview


Once a year, there’s a big event where photographers from all over fly to Texas to train for an entire week with one Master Photographer of their choice. It’s a chance to learn hands-on with photographers like myself in small groups, every single day, on a number of photographic subjects. Plus you get credit towards earning your own PPA degrees like Master or Craftsman.

My class is limited to 25 people and usually sells out the first day of registration. This price is low for this event making it a great value for a few reasons. First, you’ll spend time learning from well-known photographers in small groups for an entire week. Secondly, there are a number of classes so that means a lot of photographers which means one of the biggest trade shows in the country, free sponsored dinners, give aways, and big nightly events each night for everyone. You’ll make new photographer friends from around the country, be able to chat with other instructors, see how they work, shoot live models, and your own get hands-on instruction.


Registration begins on January 3 at exactly 11:00 PM Central Time. My class usually sells out, so book that night to secure your seat. A count-down clock and all registration details are at Then of course join the group’s Facebook page.


April 23rd – 28th, 2017

Outside of Dallas in the Addison area
InterContinental Hotel and Conference Center
15201 Dallas Parkway, Dallas Tx. 75001


No matter your style or what you shoot, everything can be improved with a more creative, fashion look. I’m changing up my course for a more inspiring week with more advanced techniques using more lights, more models, more assignments, and continually changing gear, styles, and locations. Whether you’ve had my class before or whether you’re new to Texas School, you’ll love the higher-end looks we achieve.

Yes, we’ll start with my system for nailing exposure and color balance – inside and out, with any gear. And you’ll know my three secrets to making women look amazing with light. But we’ll take all that further with higher-end lighting styles using all sorts of gear in new ways while shooting more models in fun hair, clothes, and makeup.

You’ll learn my secrets of social dynamics so complete strangers relax on camera, while giving you new ways of thinking about posing and directing. And you’ll practice engaging people to pull out and capture their true personalities with more powerful expressions.

You’ll have better images going into Photoshop than most people have coming out. And we’ll take those images even further with a clean and fast workflow. No matter how fast you are, I’ll make you faster. And your images will have a clean, crisp, expensive commercial look while also being more real and captivating.

With so much competition, it’s more crucial than ever to have a high-end style that blends creativity and pro techniques. Have an eye-grabbing portfolio, killer marketing images, and leave future shoots with stronger images. Create more variety while actually shooting fewer images, and be ninja-fast in your workflow.

I don’t care about the type of gear you own or your experience level or whether you’ve been to my class before or not. If you’re serious about your photography, come and I’ll make you a better, more creative, more confident photographer.


And as a bonus, everyone in my class will get a free 2-week pass to all my tutorial videos and content on so that you can review what you’ve learned once you’re home.





I love all the thank you cards and emails I get. Here’s a list of some of my favorites.


Last year, Terri of FotoFacts Podcast took my workshop. Hear what she had to say after spending a week in my class.


Watch last year’s re-cap video…


Bry Cox is a Gold Medalist out of 25,000 international photographers. He’s on the Adobe Software Influencer team, is a PPA Master/Craftsman about 10 times over, and is Certified. Bry’s owned a studio in Utah for over 20 years, he’s been teaching workshops throughout the US and Canada for over a decade, and has created many videos, plugins, and books for photographers to rave reviews.

Bry’s images are used by magazines, record companies, VIPs, filmmakers, TV anchors, musicians, and prominent people like LeAnne Rimes, Olivia Newton-John, David Archuleta, Natalie Cole, Kenny Loggins, Linda Ronstadt, Steve Forbes, Mitt Romney, the last four Utah Governors; and companies and magazines like Capitol Records, CMT, Billboard, TV Guide, American Girl, American Photo, and Professional Photographer Magazine.