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Jose Rojas Photography

Jose Rojas Captures this emotional image that touches the nerves many Americans. This is a special place call The World Trade Center Mall. Jose Rojas calls it the heart of America. The most elegant modern  architectural design of today.

World-Trade-center-mallphotograph: Jose Rojas Summer 2016

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Introducing The Road to Paradise.

A black and white photograph of The Road to paradise. It may look full of obstacle,but we must get there to achieve the unthinkable. Photo Taken by Jose Rojas and turned black and white using photoshop. I hope you enjoy this picture. Prints and others products available now at The Road to Paradise Premium Prints.

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road to paradise
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Get ready for baseball season 2016.

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Breaking News: Unfinished Art Coming soon.

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U.S passport Photographers Guide

Photographer’s Guide

Successful U.S. Passport and Visa photography begins with careful setup and appropriate production methods. Please review the guidance and tips below for obtaining a high quality photo.

Please review all of the photo requirements for applying for a U.S. Passport or Visa.

Camera Position

The camera should be placed at the eye level of the person being photographed and at least 4 feet (1.25 meters) away.
Minimize the distance between the person being photographed and the background to reduce shadows on the background
Make sure to include the person’s upper body and have space above the head in the viewfinder or screen display of your camera.
Try to eliminate shadows that are caused by overhead lighting
Ensure the background is well lit, white or off-white, and free of patterns, objects, textures, etc.

Proper Lighting Arrangement and Background Illumination

If you are setting up a proper area to take photos, then consider:

Positioning light sources on both sides of the person to avoid shadows on the face
Using a light source to illuminate the background behind the person to avoid shadows on the background
The lighting arrangement should consist of a minimum of three (3) points of illumination; two (2) points of illumination should be placed at approximately 45 degrees on either side of the subject’s face, the third point should be placed so as to illuminate the background uniformly. The background should be uniformly illuminated to remove any shadows or other lighting effects that would otherwise interfere with clearly discerning the facial outline on the background.

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White iphone 4 portrait

Portrait of my white Iphone 4 taken with my Nikon D700 and 50 mm 1.8 lens. To view more pictures: Jose Rojas Photography