Pete Coco

"Pete Coco Photography"

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Who is Pete Coco?

Pete Coco is a portrait photographer based in New York. He is dedicated to all things photography - gear reviews, tutorials, studio lighting tips, education, and more.

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Pete Coco Photography
Located in United States
Founded in 2014
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How has this benefited you?
Pete had me hooked from the beginning of the video! He's a natural entertainer while giving out useful advice on portrait poses. I've been using 'the cross' pose so much without thinking of how the clothing affected certain photos. Thanks to Pete I now know why this pose always gives makes me mixed feelings in post.
What do you think could be better?
Funny and educational don't usually mix, but this guy does it flawlessly! Wish Pete provided alternatives for these bad poses- although they could already be in another video. Either way it's really insightful and I got everything I need.