Espirito Santo Family Photographers

Photographers in Espirito Santo for Family, Vacation, Birth

Find your Espirato Santo documentary-style family photographer for a birthing session, to capture all the fun on your family vacations, to document all the cheek pinches at your family reunions, birthday, graduation, and holiday parties, or even just for a candid 'Day in the Life' shoot. Welcome to the Brazil Family Photojournalist Association:

Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving Espirito Santo

3 Available Documentary Family Photographers...

Espirito Santo family photography by Adriana Viviani, of Brazil

Family and birth photography, like everything else in my life, was something that came out of curiosity, became a passion and later work. What I can say is that I really love what I do and I spent a lot of time, and I will spend the rest of my life also perfecting. Altogether 10 years - from the first amateur records to professionalization - we are dedicated to this art of eternalizing the most important and unforgettable moments of families, grooms, parents, debutantes ... I often refer to what I call a small business. photography like us. We are because there are so many people in one who are hyperactive and looking for something new (I am also a musician, they say every musician is a little crazy) and also because there are so many people involved in the art of doing a good job of photography, since technical part until the delivery of the work to the client, so I always use and use the plural, I am not or do absolutely NOTHING! Reflecting on things, about my "style" of photography, I think more important than style is knowing how to capture the moment behind an image, register emotions, and eternalize feelings ... give more than an aesthetic sense ... but create an exciting and captivating image.

Portrait of Macaé family photographer Raphael Bozeo, of Rio de Janeiro Brazil

Hi, I'm Raphael, also known as Maria's father and Camila's husband. 8 years ago I went to journalism college to tell stories. I went through the newspaper and website, press office, wrote many chronicles, fables, and short stories until I plunged into photography in 2014. But Maria's arrival in 2017 showed me a new world. I started to register our day to day, the simplest moments and at the same time more special that we live. The time to wake up still with a little sleep, the games of hide and seek in the room of Maria, the walk through the neighborhood in the sling and then in the bibi (cart) and bath time, the most expected moment of the day. I realized that these moments at home are the most incredible in our lives and I decided to take these simple and unique records to other families as well. Our life is not made up of poses, but moments that show our essence. My greatest wish is that the records I make will be remembered in 10, 20 or 30 years as a sweet reminder of who the family is.

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