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Portrait Photographer Exposes the Reality Behind His Perfect Photos

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Either you are a professional photographer or you simply love taking photos with your phone, you must know that the outcome of a photo has nothing to do with the process of taking it. Photographers put themselves to great discomfort and sometimes danger in order to take the perfect picture. When we see the final result we can’t imagine the kind of effort that the photographer put in, because we can’t see anything but the people portrayed. This is why it is always funny to look at what we call the ‘behind the scenes’ photos and learn the truth about how they were taken.

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This American-Beauty-inspired photo took a lot of arm stretching from the photographer in order look like this.

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Wedding and family photographer Gilmar Silva often gives us a peak on his creative process until the perfect shot in taken.

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Gilmar usually chooses to lay on the ground and photograph his clients looking at them eye to eye.

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When you see the background of this photo you can’t imagine how it can be turned into a magical environment and this is where Gilmar steps in.

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It is obvious that he enhances the photos with Photoshop, but the original image plays a huge part for the final outcome of a photo.

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Gilmar’s couple photos are not the conventional type, but he always tries to be creative and make his photos a lot more interesting.

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He often uses objects for one of partners to step on and later remove it on photoshop and make it look like she/he is floating.

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The outcome of the photos looks so effortless and the people portrayed are transformed into muses.

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Gilmar’s portraits are successful for one single reason. That reason is his creativity, which succeeds in taking a simple background and imagining how it could be transformed into some otherworldly environment.

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