PhotographyBLOG Portfolios: Paul Teixeira

July 14, 2004 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 4 Comments |

Rafael TorcidaThe 18th PhotographyBLOG Portfolio has been submitted by Paul Teixeira.

“This selection of portraits and other people pictures spans a period of 28 years and a variety of techniques; from 35mm film to digital captures. Most of these pictures were taken on assignment for magazines or newspapers, which defined the way I photographed the people portrayed. The pictures were either used to illustrate an interview/article or had to speak for itself on an editorial page.”

“In the mid 1980’s I started to work as a photojournalist in The Netherlands, Europe. After a couple of years I decided that written journalism would be nice for a change. That career move resulted in a consecutive 11 years of writing stories as a journalist, managing other journalists as editor in chief and getting new magazines in the stores as a publisher. About 1.5 years ago I decided to go back to my roots: photojournalism. Albeit not on a full time basis. Thanks to the digital era, I’ve rediscovered the joys of photography. I was never a big fan of dwelling in the dark room developing films and printing pictures. Nowadays I carry the Canon EOS 1D and Canon EOS 1D Mark II and no films. I’m loving it!”

Website: http://www.pbase.com/paul_teixeira

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#1 TTT

Exellent portfolio, very professional thanks for shareing.
Terry.

2:49 pm - Wednesday, July 14, 2004

#2 William C Bert

There is much to learn from studying this wonderful portfolio. That is the biggest complement I can give and hope more here people see it and learn from it.

Bill

3:30 pm - Wednesday, July 14, 2004

#3 Gabriel

Thanks for showing me some beautiful black and wihite photographs... They were all truely beautiful.
-gabriel

3:00 am - Sunday, August 8, 2004

#4 Paul Teixeira

Tnx, Terry, Bill and Gabriel.

Best regards,

Paul Teixeira

9:19 pm - Monday, March 5, 2007