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Thank you for taking a moment to stop by and view my portfolio. It's a never ending work in progress.
My name is Ron and I'm a freelance photographer based out of Tallahassee, Florida. I'm a commercial photographer that has been photographing professionally for the past 14 years. I've been published in such high brow publications as American Archeology and such low brow publications as High Times.. and some in between.
I'm currently the staff photographer for Campus Talk Magazine. I photograph fashion, beauty, and glamour in 4 Florida markets: Tallahassee, Gainesville, Orlando, and Tampa.
Some of the 40 plus covers:
My shoots are fun, challenging, innovative, and creative. A pre-session meeting, at a convient location for both of us, is required before any session takes place.
I offer alot of direction in both posing and expression, walking you through the shoot, no matter what your experience level, to make sure you hit it in not just my shoot, but the next one as well. Portfolio development is more than just taking photos, it's helping to take both the experienced model or the first timer to the next level. Whether you're looking for commercial agency looks, high fashion edgy, lifestyle, or just a striking beauty look, I can deliver what your portfolio needs.
TFs are available, sometimes in exchange for home made brownies, but normally, I only do TFs for projects I'm involved in or if a model can bring something totally WOW to the table to benefit both her portfolio and mine.
I'm very laid back, easy to work with, and not into drama.
My email: firstname.lastname@example.org - please use this email to contact me.
I'm in the process of looking for a new studio. More on that shortly.
"Imagination is more important that knowledge" - Einstein
Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about time, masters worry about light. - Unknown
Self Confidence - "Self confidence comes not from always being right, but from not fearing to be wrong."