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Children’s Character Portraits

Children’s Character Portraits are by far my favorite portraits to create.  I was commissioned by these boys mother a few weeks ago to create something special to document their families love of the game of baseball (and the baseball version of these character portraits are what I love to do most).  Continue reading Children’s Character Portraits

High School Senior – Kevin

I had the privilege of creating this young man’s high school senior portraits last week.  He was another great subject to work with and just perfect to use the large format 4×5 film camera to expose a few sheets of film on him.

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Teaching others is the greatest Teacher

I had the great pleasure of being asked to speak at a monthly guild meeting of the Professional Photographers of Orange County last week in Santa Ana, CA and then teach a day long workshop the following day on my Black & White Children’s Character Portraits.  One the the great things about teaching is I always learn something new while teaching others!

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What’s old is new again! Film a great portrait tool!

One of the great things about photography for me is the opportunity to share what I’ve learned through the hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions of mistakes I’ve made along the way with other photographers.  The Professional Photographers of America has an educational  series called SuperOne Day that I’m super excited to be participating in again this spring with my friend and colleague Diane Costello.

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Life is Great!

It’s been quite sometime since I’ve taken time to write on my blog and quite a lot has happened since last post in November 2015!  First I hope this finds everyone well and that life is good for them.  I know it’s pretty darn great for me.

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Studio portraits are not dead

I’m not sure when the studio portrait ran into having a bad rap, but I’m here to tell you they are alive and kicking with Pete Rezac Photography.  The temperature is always perfect, it never rains, the winds are calm unless we turn on a fan.  Essentially, environmentally speaking it’s the best possible  situation!

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