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I have a project titled, The Wise Photo Project, where I photograph elderly people on film, because they often have very few photographs taken of them.  Here are my parents, my Dad giving my Mom a kiss as she lies in a hospital bed in the living room of his house.  This is why I photograph the wise!  They won’t be here forever, and they are beautiful in their old age.

I can photograph your elderly relatives too, I work throughout the U.S., and create legacy prints for your family, photographs your grandkids will cherish as they get to know their grandparents from way back in 2016.
 
TheWisePhotoProject.com – 720.982.9237

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When I need inspiration, I start my own photo project, which gives me focus for a duration of time. And photography is all about good focus.

So, I’ve started The Wise Photo Project, where I photograph wise older people with interesting faces in a magazine-style environmental portrait, and frame them large, like 16×20. It’s going to be a gallery show and a book of the same name.

Their faces tell so much about them. And the printing is important. I believe that a print is much more valuable than a file folder of images buried in a hard drive or phone.

You can see some of the photos here at The Wise Photo Project

What do you do for your inspiration? Do you have a photo project?

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