WPPI Preview: TriCoast



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Tell us about you!
Cody Clinton and Mike Fulton are known worldwide for their unique approach to wedding, fashion, and high school senior photography. Selected as Kodak’s Photographers to Watch they have been recognized for their art and their commitment to teaching others. Their unique style provides clients with a one-of-a-kind attitude that is very apparent in their final product. While their range of assignments covers commercial, editorial and portraiture, it is the high end senior and wedding market in which TriCoast specializes. The care and commitment they bring to the table has landed them assignments throughout the globe. TriCoast has been commissioned to photograph events
for the Vice President of Uganda son’s wedding in Africa, as well as events in the United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Mexico, and other countries, and their work has been seen in such notable magazines such as Martha Stewart Weddings, Rangefinder, Professional Photographer, Shutterbug and Studio Photography.

What is your favorite Miller’s (or MpixPro) product?
We love all the products Millers has to offer. Their product line is constantly changing and always relevant. They are an industry leader in new inspiring products.

Where do you find inspiration?
We are actually lucky when it comes to inspiration. We live on the coast in a very warm tropical environment. We only have to shoot for a minute or two before our bodies are wet with inspiration. You can find it on our, face, neck, and arms. We literally expel inspiration through our pores…… or was that perspiration…. I forget.

What advice do you have for new photographers?
Don’t lock a large dog in your house if you wont be around to let it out to do its “business.”

What is the craziest thing that has ever happened at a shoot?
We were actually photographed by Bigfoot. I saw the image some time later, and the image was blurry and you could not tell it was us. To this day, some people don’t believe WE exist.

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