Welcome to my Blog!

As English is not my mother tongue and as I'm more of a visual type of person, it will be a short read! I'm using this blog mainly to share images I made for my clients, but also of my family and more. You can expect to see pictures of kids, teens, babies, parents, grand-parents and parents-to-be of course, but also from any kind of photography I do. Because photography is a passion before being a job.

I hope you'll enjoy!

Covid-19 Updates

Although I am now fully vaccinated (as of April 14th,2021), for the security of my clients and family, we will still observe for the time being, the same basic operational changes that had been in place since June 2020: Please wear a mask inside the building, when not in front of camera, vaccinated or not. Expect me to wear a mask inside and outs...
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We're Open! (updated)

June 6th,2020 Update: We are now Officially Open! May 29th, 2020 Update: Folrev Photography will reopen on June 1st ISH, 2020! as soon as Modified Phase 1 is approved. It's time to book for your Headshot, your summer family portraits etc! We are ready (See https://photo.folrev.com/blog/2020/5/ready-to-open) We have missed you! Updated Mar...
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Ready to Open!

Practicing and Ready for post-confinement! In photography, unlike in dentistry or a hair styling, you do not need to be physically close to do an excellent job. But as a photographer, the interaction with your subject(s) is also the key to a great portrait. While doing a few “porch portraits” or “front yard portraits” benefiting a couple of nonprof...
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Cherry blossoms portrait @ uw (the quads)

A family portrait at the quads at the University of Washington is always something special, even when the weather is not perfect! The colors and the energy are fantastic... Of course not having someone popping up in the background is a challenge, But it's worth it!
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Science behind the headshot (part 2)

How science should impact your headshot? We previously looked at the scientific evidences to explain how the brain works and processes headshots. Now let’s look at what it means for your own headshot: 1. It should be all about your face! The density of visual cues on the face is so much higher than anywhere else, that you need to make sure the vi...
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