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Apr 4, 2014 / 5 notes

Anonymous asked: my god, your work is absolutely amazing AND you're attractive. like wow

haha, thanks. :)

emily n.
bloomington, indiana
march, 2014
Apr 3, 2014 / 102 notes

emily n.
bloomington, indiana
march, 2014

roarie yum by eduardo
bloomington, indiana
march, 2014
Apr 2, 2014 / 436 notes

roarie yum by eduardo
bloomington, indiana
march, 2014

Perhaps you’d like to head over to the first issue of La +Plus Belle Magazine for a feature with the beautiful Laura Kirkpatrick from America’s Next Top Model.
Mar 31, 2014 / 76 notes

Perhaps you’d like to head over to the first issue of La +Plus Belle Magazine for a feature with the beautiful Laura Kirkpatrick from America’s Next Top Model.

shannon m.
salt lake city, utah
march, 2014

35mm // portra 400
Mar 27, 2014 / 78 notes

shannon m.
salt lake city, utah
march, 2014

35mm // portra 400

jordan h.
bloomington, indiana
june, 2012

photovogue
Mar 25, 2014 / 903 notes

jordan h.
bloomington, indiana
june, 2012

photovogue

catherine b, bmg.
bloomington, indiana
december, 2012
Mar 25, 2014 / 91 notes

catherine b, bmg.
bloomington, indiana
december, 2012

Mar 18, 2014 / 4 notes

toesloverny asked: Tu Trabajo impresionante, muy inspirador para alguien como yo que empece con film a los 12 anos, luego anduve digital por unos años, conocí lomography y me Volví a enamorar de film, tengo 18 film cameras. Ahora vuelvo a digital y me interesan mucho los retratos y aprender a hacerlos tan bien como los tuyos. Un par de preguntas, siempre usas solamente luz natural? Y, que tanta post-edición llevan tus fotografías?

Gracias por el comentario. A mi me encantan ambos medios, digital y film - siempre que puedo trato de experimentar con ambos. Acerca de la luz: Si, utilizo solamente luz natural. Cuando comencé, experimente con luz artificial y: (1) no me gusto el proceso - mi atención se perdió hacia como yo quería las cosas, y menos a observar la belleza del momento, y (2) no me gusto el resultado, la luz natural produce unas gradientes y unas oscuridades que para mi son esenciales. Acerca de post-edicion. Si, yo edito las fotos hasta que me producen un buen sentimiento de satisfacción. Usualmente solo hago ediciones globales, ajustes de color, temperatura, exposición, highlights, etc. Esporádicamente hago también algunos ajustes locales de ‘dodging and burning’ - pero alrededor de solo una de cada diez imágenes. Usualmente hago dos o tres copias de la foto con diferentes colores y tonalidades, y luego escojo la que mas me gusta. Saludos. 

anna p.t.
bloomington, indiana
august, 2012

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Mar 18, 2014 / 108 notes

anna p.t.
bloomington, indiana
august, 2012

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kelsey
bloomington, indiana
august, 2012

photovogue approves

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Mar 17, 2014 / 178 notes

kelsey
bloomington, indiana
august, 2012

photovogue approves

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Mar 17, 2014 / 3 notes

andante-furioso asked: Your works are incredible. I don't know if it has been asked but how do you go about shooting people? Can you tell a little about the process?

Thank you for the comment. The question of how I shoot people is a little too broad/vague, I’m not sure how to answer it (or perhaps easier to answer in conversation in person). Perhaps you can turn it into one or a series of more specific questions?  I’d be more than happy to answer more concrete things. 

Mar 17, 2014 / 4 notes

vitorcervi asked: Hello, Eduardo. Nice to see you are using film. I recently retired my film camera and shifted to digital. It's actually funny, cause it was by observing your 5D pictures that I started paying attention to some details, like the way you tuned the vibrance, then I managed to approach my digital ones more to the film look I love. You, in the other way, moved to film and got a look very similar to your digital pictures. Kinda confusing, hope I made myself clear. Anyway, congrats, amazing results!

Haha. Thanks for the comment. That’s all very interesting. I actually almost always shoot with both film and digital. It’s just that I rarely ever develop the film - so I have a few boxes stacked with shot but undeveloped film. The main reason for developing these recent film photos is because I recently did a few shoots with only 35mm film. Not because I wanted, but because I was traveling for a conference and I didn’t have any expectations of shooting, so I only took my Canon AE-1 for fun. I ended up getting in touch with a couple of people who knew about my photography, and they suggested a few really cool people to shoot. 

Mar 17, 2014 / 4 notes

thevirgoan asked: What lens are you using for your AE-1, if I may ask?

I’m using the kit lens that camera comes with, a 50mm f/1.8. 

Mar 17, 2014 / 5 notes

rovramzphotography asked: Hola Eduardo, acerca de las últimas fotos que has publicado. Las tomaste con una Canon AE-1, dándome un rol por MercadoLibre, me tope con un precio muy accesible, cerca de 2,000 pesos mexicanos (equivalente a 150 dólares). Me parece realmente sorprendente como has podido conseguir un resultado similar (en mi opinión mejor) que con la Mark que usas habitualmente. Por último que equipo usaste para escanear el negativo?

Gracias. Si, la Canon AE-1 es bastante accesible. Es una cámara muy fácil de usar. El negativo fue escaneado en una Noritsu por IndieFilm.

Mar 17, 2014 / 3 notes

annaesposto asked: All of your portraits are just wonderful, the light, the framing, the subjects. Love it :)

Thanks for the kind comment :).