"My name is Karisa Adams and I am a portrait and toddler photographer in North Texas. Like most photographers, I have always had an interest in photography and was always the friend who would tote her camera to every outing or event. After college, I had a successful, but demanding career and photography got put on the back-burner. In 2009 ...Читать далее →
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Bozhena Puchko is a Russian photographer who specializes in portrait photography, particularly of children. Alongside the usual set of carefree, smiling children’s portraits, Bozhena also portrays a side of youth that is more solemn and reflective. Rather than focusing only on blithe emotions, her portraits capture the full complexity of childhood–its beauty and whimsy as well as wisdom and seriousness.Читать далее →
Ann Cutting received a Bachelor of Arts degree in biochemistry and cell biology at the University of California, San Diego, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography at the Art Center College of Design. In addition, she is a member of the faculty of the Art Centre. Among the clients of Anne Elliot Kating of Nike, Lexus, Target, Pioneer.Читать далее →
Talented Swedish photographed Emil Nystrom shooted his own daughter, Signhild as the main subject, Nystrom has developed a series of innovative concepts that will certainly bring a smile to your face. Emil based in based in Umea, Sweden. “It’s just so much fun. There is nothing serious about these pictures and that shows when we take them,” says Nystrom.Читать далее →
Adriana Varela is a natural light child and toddler photographer based in Southwest New Mexico. Her photography has grown in the last ten years from taking simple snapshots to capturing fantasies, adventures, moods, and challenges. Adriana hopes that when you look through her pictures, you feel the magic of childhood all over again.Читать далее →
Photographer Nagano Toyokazu is based in Ishikawa, Japan. He basically creates photographs that are light and can be a little tongue-in-cheek. His two funny little daughters are the subjects in several of Toyokazu’s series as well as what he calls foolish married couples and random people he comes across in the streets. Luckily, the area Toyokazu lives in wasn’t hit ...Читать далее →
Italian photographer Gabriele Galimberti’s latest project “Toy Stories,” captures this aspect of our young people’s lives through their prized possessions, artfully arranged around them in the places where they live. It’s an intimate and revealing look at the worlds diverse cultures as experienced by kids. in the 18 months Galimberti spent traveling around the world and creating the project, he learned ...Читать далее →