Photographers in Parana for Family, Vacation, Birth
Find the best Parana documentary family photographer to capture your birth session, vacation, family reunion, party, or for a candid 'Day in the Life' session. Meet the accredited member photographers of the Brazil, South America Family Photojournalist Association:
Map of FPJA Family Photographers Serving Parana
6 Available Documentary Family Photographers...
Hi, I’m Nina! I come from a huge and lovely family, and today I’m the wife of an incredible man. Even though I live in Brazil, I feel like I’m a citizen of the world. Traveling and knowing new people and cultures is one of my passions. I discovered photography after my wedding, since then I've kept studying, working and exploring this incredible world. Furthermore, I believe that photography can bring us memories, sensations, smells, and tastes. I love real photography when we have relaxed smiles, Sundays with family, grated knees, hose baths, and true hugs!
I came to Paraná at the end of 2003 to "spend" vacation with my cousins and ended up staying. I have always been passionate about recording moments with my old camera (and very old), today I see that this passion has become a reality. I have the joy of always recording moments with my family, wherever I go. I joined as a photographer in late 2013 to make my first wedding (without any kind of knowledge). And it was from there that I started running after courses and improving myself. Family photography came about when my daughter was born and I was able to record this great moment.
Gustavo Sousa and Kátia Hille are married, have three children and a puppy. They have been working together for 6 years with photography of Newborn, pregnant women and families. They were from Curitiba-PR and are currently living in Maringá-PR. They have the experience of having photographed more than 300 newborns and travel to Brazil and abroad (USA) giving courses in the area and lecturing at the most important photography events in Brazil. From an early age, he was introduced to photography by his father, journalist, and photographer. Today he sees everything in a different and poetic way. When we are old we will be nothing less than storytellers. Do you agree? These days I found myself thinking about which stories I want to live that I will be proud to tell in the future. Maybe I don't tell yours?
Through my eyes, I show feelings, reflect emotions and keep beautiful stories in all their naturalness. I seek to document moments often unnoticed when lived or even that over time could fall into oblivion, but they will certainly be very important for every family. I see with my heart, I get involved with the moment and I simply reflect all the emotion, just look at my pictures. The first birth I photographed was the watershed in my life. Before, I just photographed families at events (weddings, 15 years and children's parties). But from it, I decided to study, study and study ... not only techniques related to this type of photography but everything that has to do with births. And I keep studying, always. I do not get tired of studying because I think I'm crawling and I still have a lot to learn. I am a mother, married, family photographer for 5 years, I live in Rio de Janeiro and I am available to go to you to document your history, wherever you want!
Family photographer, passionate about travel, stories, and new experiences. I make my way of seeing the world the perfect tool for storytelling and eternalizing happy moments. Among many dreams in life, the biggest one is making a difference in people's lives, eternalizing unique moments and being able to leave a legacy of love and smiles around the world. I see photography as the window to the soul, where through an image we can travel back in time, whether past or future and feel the captivating energy of an eternal smile.
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.