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Manolo Doreste - In Focus Studios
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All in the details! Decided to borrow bride, Nicole's classic Coco Chanel fragrance to capture their beautiful wedding rings.
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#SpotlightSaturday Looking back at this gorgeous Chicago wedding! Jaclyn & Ofer had Union Station transformed into their dream venue. Everything was perfection from her Carolina Herrera gown down to each unique piece of antique tableware.
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#FlashbackFriday to one of my favorite Engagement Portraits!! As a professional fisherman Roger, is usually the one with a great catch to brag about, this time it was Nazareth's turn!
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Loving this tender moment between Stephanie & Joey!
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Obsessed with the contrast and silhouettes in this portrait of Ila getting ready for her big day!
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Talk about a ceremony with a view!
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I’m a firm believer that two Manolo’s are better than one.
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Rainy mornings always take me back to Laura & Mark’s post wedding portraits!
From donning rain boots, to literally submerging in the water, to silhouettes in the rain! Swipe to see some of my favorites.
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7/30/18
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Friday nights and city lights!
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Repost! From @bambinisoireesummit :
At the age of seven when most boys were picking up a bat and ball, Manolo felt most comfortable picking up a camera - clicking away and capturing the world through his perspective.
When he started his professional photography business in 2001, his goal was to capture images that mirrored his client’s personality and style. Almost twenty years later, he attributes his success to his ability to connect with clients at a deep level. It’s the client experience part of his business that truly makes him different from the rest, especially in a time when everyone with a cell phone and a set of filters is a photographer.
From the moment his first meets his client, he begins searching for what makes them unique. Part of his creative process includes extensive research into the subject to develop a deep understanding of who they are as a person. Most In Focus Studio shoots require two or sometimes three discovery and brainstorming meetings before a single photo is ever taken. This discovery process enables him to capture moments in a way most other photographers don’t.
He joins the Bambini Soiree speaker line-up to share the secrets and success behind his extensive client-focused mindset!
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