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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42440

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For those of you that like photography, some of my professional work can be seen on those links below.
I think the experience is more enjoyable in landscape (horizontal) aspect ratio, so turn your cell/tablet sideways.
IF you care to look on a computer screen (MUCH better), it flows smoothly.

These are beauty editorials from 2017/2018 (new work)
www.clicio.com.br/site/?gallery=favour-filhas-de-fortuna

These are older work, and some examples from exhibits
www.clicio.com.br/site/?gallery=fatuas

These are commercial/advertising work
www.clicio.com.br/site/?gallery=faunas

Thanks for visiting, and leave your comments here (good or evil, I always learn something).
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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42442

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I love it Clicio :) Thanx
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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42443

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Love them! There are some great moods in those photos.
What is your favorite gear set up?

I am more a landscape/underwater photography hobbyist, I use a Nikon D80 for the "regular" work and I have a Nikon Coolpix AW130 for underwater. I have not been out to take pictures for quite some time, but I intend to at least bring it on vacation this year.

This is an old photo, but still my favorite I ever made. Vigeland Park in Oslo Norway in winter.
Fun fact, I converted it in B/W because of yellow snow, but it makes a lot more sense in B/W

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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42445

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Love them! There are some great moods in those photos.
What is your favorite gear set up?


Thanks for visiting, I appreciate that.
I've used a lot of Hasselblads and Nikons in the past, but now I have a Canon MarkIII with a quiver of prime lenses for the studio work, and a Fuji XE3 for travelling around and personal work.

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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42446

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Even though Im not into beauty/fashion photography, it is straight forward you are a fantastic photographer.

Would you recommend the XE3? Im more into street photography and thinking about XE3 or XT20.

When shooting portraiture of an amateur subject what is your tip on making it look natural as most people gets nervous and act weird in front of a camera?

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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42447

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Would you recommend the XE3? Im more into street photography and thinking about XE3 or XT20.


I like the XE3 because it is mirrorless and much lighter than the XT20. Perfect for travelling and street photography (thieves think it is a "cheap" camera and don't go after you).

When shooting portraiture of an amateur subject what is your tip on making it look natural as most people gets nervous and act weird in front of a camera?

Well, get to know your subject, first rule.
Make them feel at ease (being friendly, not bossy), and always, always tell/show them what you are doing, so they feel confident
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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42449

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Looking the references on your site.. You, Sir, you’re seriously good in your domain.

Please take your XE3 (Better if it’s lighter when you need to move fast, cause something attacking) and bring for us some jawdropper forest photos :) (And if you can, shot some nice Bothriechis in the same time... ^^)
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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42460

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Hey Clicio.. we share another common passion... here are a few of my shots... although due to work commitments, I dont get the time to shoot much anymore...

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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42477

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Wow, nice work!
I really like your style.
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Some photography (not bonsai related: fashion/fineart/beauty work) 3 years 4 months ago #42494

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as always great work clicio beautiful pictures.
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