It's dirty work, and there's nothing to smile about. Such is portrait-making truth for Pete Rezac,
M.Photog.Cr., CPP, whose black-and-white fine art images of children follow a recipe: Get them dirty, tell them not to smile, and aim for authenticity. "That word 'authentic' resonates in everything I do," says the Reno, Nevada-based photographer.
Read all about Pete's child portraiture in "Authentic Child Portraiture, Dirt and All" on PPmag.com. Pete will also be sharing his knowledge at Imaging USA 2018, during his "Black-and-White Children's Character Portraits" session. Register for Imaging USA today!
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