Alexandre Fagundes Posted February 12, 2016 Share Posted February 12, 2016 Hi folks, This is my first post here. I am coming from a microstock agency where I have been selling my pictures as RF since 2005 where I have more than 13.000 picutres. I am not a pro, but an engineer (electrical) who loves photography and find this as a way to help pay my bills and give more focus on photographic work. I love to travel, I define myself as a travel photographer if you will, so that´s mostly what you will find in my portfolio. I still have tons of images to process, and am always learning new things, I am open minded. I also know more or less what I don´t like much, studio photography, find it a bit boring to stay enclosed taking pictures. I also don´t like much taking pictures of models, rather take pictures of people, I mean, real people even though, I didnt explore much this (people images) in my portfolio, mostly architecture and landscapes (but things can always change). Oh yeah, I am brazilian, happily married (and my wife join me in most of my trips), no kids (the world is overcrowded anyway, but I am ok with kids), many friends and love pets (even though we don´t have any, small apartment, you know). I decided to join Alamy because I want to change from RF to RM, it seems to me that makes more sense focusing on quality than quantity and so maybe less sales, but more valuable ones, does this make sense to you? I am also sharing, I dont mind sharing experiences, actually I love to do that! So, if you are going anywhere I´ve been to, just ask me and I will gladly give you some tips. Same apply to photography, if in some way you think I can help you, I will always be there for you. I work with a Canon 5D Mark II (I would love to upgrade to a Mark III though) and process using Photoshop CC. In my trips I always bring my Gitzo tripod, a 24-105, a 17-35 and a 70-300 lenses. Later I bought a lensbaby which has been a lot of fun lens to work with. Enough for introductions, you guys have a wonderful weekend! Cheers, Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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