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Free portraits: Money is not the most important thing for photographer Nathaniel Taylor

1/16/2012 ISO 1200 Magazine 3 Comments

Behind the scenes video of photographer Nathaniel Taylor shooting holiday portraits at Foothill Vocational in Pasadena, Ca.

For Nathaniel Taylor, photography has always been in his blood. A second generation photographer, Nathaniel has learned from some of the brightest minds in the business. Whether learning traditional portraiture from his father, to understanding the business by running the family studio, he never stopped pushing himself to new heights. Never one to limit himself, he has transitioned seamlessly into the editorial and commercial field, creating fantastic images through his own unique style of fashioned inspired portraiture.

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Anonymous said...

He has the luxury to shoot portrait for free. Most photographers can't afford to shoot for free. They have to earn money to feed their families.

Anonymous said...

To Anonymous above. He was assigned to create photos for an editorial first so that was a paying job. He decided to go back and make images for the people. This is akin to Help Portrait. Nothing wrong with that.

Matt said...

There are people that have not money to pay a portrait.

There are photographers with enough money and a great heart to lose their free time.

There are photographers that can not do this because as you said they have only time to earn money to feed their families.

I love Help Portrait Project and projects like this.

What can I do?