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May 04, 2014
Feb 21, 2013
Male Cayey, Puerto Rico, US
Mayhem #2949913 Photographer
MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/GreenLightphotographygd
My name is Steven Green, I'm currently a Graphic Design and Photography student and I have some experience working in photography. I'm an efficient problem solver thanks to my experience with Graphic Design. My artistic background is in traditional drawing, sculpting and figure drawing. I got my start in photography about 2 years ago. I spent around 6 months doing research and figuring out what I was getting into before purchasing a camera. Before taking an actual photography course, I spent 6 months getting to know my camera and pretty much practicing on my own. Once I felt comfortable with my camera, I started taking every class I could find and so far, I've aced them all. The most recent one I took was part of my Graphic Design Bachelors and my final project was featured in the "Best Of Semester" Exhibition, which lasted 2 weeks.
My personal style is a minimalistic one, a "less is more" approach and I always try to have a touch of elegance in every image. I find simplicity to be more challenging and that motivates me to do my best with every image.
I don't just simply "Spray and Pray" I want each and every one of my images to have some sort of meaning. For example: When working on a nude set, I always try to bring out the inner beauty of the model. I'm not just showing a nude body, I'm showing a real person with real emotions.
I consider myself as a decent photographer, though I still have a lot to learn. My goal on this site is to gain knowledge and experience. I want to get better and I want to work with new people, get my name out there and also add new material to my portfolio.
My rates are $75 per session, that includes editing and a CD with the final images. If you want prints, then we'll have to take into account how many prints you want, what size, what type of paper, etc. Then add that to the Total Cost.
If for some reason you can't afford it, then we can work something out. I don't mind doing "Time for Prints" as long as we keep it simple.