Category Archives: portrait photography

Murucutu’s Future of Brazil

Claudio Angehrn, or MURUCUTU, is a globetrotting photographer whose travels have taken him all the way from his hometown in Switzerland to the Northeast of Brazil, where he’s pursuing a new, and inspiring, project.

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Trusting Your Craft with Jamie Maldonado

Jamie Maldonado is an editorial and fine art photographer working out of East Texas whose speciality is environmental portraiture, where he aims to portray the heart and soul of his subjects using richly layered locations. He started out using a … Continue reading

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Rob Duncan’s First Shoot Using a Handheld Light Meter

If you’ve always relied on your in-camera meter or histogram and are comfortable with your workflow, change can be hard to take. Aspiring portrait and wedding photographer Rob Duncan had been shooting for 3 years before he decided to take … Continue reading

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