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Nicklas Larenholtz
Kamila Mankiewicz Photography; Portrait Photography in Stockholm, Lifestyle Portrait, Business Portrait in Stockholm

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Kamila Mankiewicz Photography; Portrait Photography in Stockholm, Lifestyle Portrait, Business Portrait in Stockholm

PHOTOGRAPHY PRICING

DOCUMENTARY
PHOTOGRAPHY

2500 SEK*

INITIAL PRICE ADD PHOTO

 

 

SINGLE SESSION ALL
SERVICES*

DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY

850 SEK*

PER PHOTO

 

 

SINGLE PORTRAIT ALL SERVICES*

Check out promotions of
Documentary Family Photography

*PRICE LIST AND OFFER
additional information for photo session

 

* Prices include: tax, my free travel in Stockholm (in the case of outdoor sessions, in the hospital or at the client’s home), working time during the session, editing photos and preparing photo albums;

* The prices from “Promo Bundles” apply to one selected session and depending on the choice, the time of taking photos is different: for example, the project #HelloSmallOne session lasts about 20-35 minutes; #Iamgrowing lasts from 25-45 minutes; #Babyshower  lasts from 25-60 minutes, #Family Documentary, project #KeepOneDay, Couple Documentary, Engagements Documentary, Bachelorette Documentary lasts 50-60 minutes;

* All other photo sessions outside “Promo Bundles” and more than 50 pictures or more than 2 hour long are priced individually;

* Wedding sessions are valued as individuals as well as all other events;

Photo albums with photo prints are produced in Poland and sent to the indicated address;

* It is possible to purchase an original album for each session, however, the minimum number is 10 spreads (20 pages) – therefore the preferred number of photos for the production of the album is about 35 or more;

* Printing of photos and albums in accordance with the selected package;

* I do not provide photos in RAW format and any photos without author’s processing;

* You choose photos in a private gallery, to which I will send the link within 10-15 working days of the session. You have 7 days to choose photos. Private Gallery with ready photos, password protected, will be available for 14 days. Thanks to it, you will be able to easily share photos with your family and loved ones;

* It is also possible to purchase a voucher for a session (the voucher is valid for 6 months);

* The date is booked after the advance payment of 2500 SEK, the remaining amount is payable by bank transfer after choosing the package and albums;

* Please remember: by deciding to implement a session by me, you accept my photography style, my own original processing and colors of photos.

PHOTO ALBUMS

The effect of a photo session is always digital or classic printed photos. But the truth is, digital photos can never replace printed ones.

As a photographer based in Stockholm, I am an absolute fan of large-format photo printed on paper or canvas, as well as photos printed in photo book.

Such one that you can always reach for on an autumn or winter evening and watch under a warm blanket over a cup of hot tea.

That is why I would like to strongly encourage you to invest in an album printed on silk paper, which in my opinion is one of the most beautiful frames for every photo session. Such albums, apart from being special keepsake, you can always reach for them or give them to your family.

I print albums and photos in a professional company that supports only photographers – Crystal Albums, who captivated me with its high quality products.

Tell your own story with beautiful photo albums.

What the photo albums

look like?

All photos are printed on high-quality silk paper, which, thanks to its properties, does not leave any fingerprints.
The sheets in the albums are of two kinds, the stiff and beautiful looking sheets in the Storyalbum, or a little more flexible but still stiff in the Storybook (Storybook has no stiffening interleaf compare to Storyalbum).

On the other hand, the multitude and variety of frames and colors will allow you to match the style of each of you. The offer includes leather and canvas bindings, on which it is possible to customize UV print, embossing or engraving according to your vision and needs. In albums, the minimum number of spreads is 10 (i.e. 20 pages), and the maximum is 50 (i.e. 100 pages).

My little model Zoja shows the photo album with her photos framed in nubuk leather, and made with personal engraving. In the future, Zoja will have wonderful albums from different periods of her adolescence, because her parents decided on the #IamGrowing project.

Fell free to ask me about photo albums.

STORYALBUM

 

10 silk, stiff, non-bending sheets*

4700 SEK*

Format (cm)
* Size 20×20 4700 SEK*
* Size 25×25 5000 SEK*

Customize:
* UV printing or gold embossing (front or back)
* Engraving (front or back) – 100 SEK each
* Additional spreads (max. 50) – 500 SEK per spread

Storyalbum vs Storybook
different stiffness of the pages—the storybook has no stiffening interleaf

STORYBOOK

 

10 silk, stiff, but flexible sheets*

4600 SEK*

Format (cm)
* Size 20×20 4600 SEK*
* Size 25×25 4900 SEK*

Customize:
* UV printing or gold embossing (front or back)
* Engraving (front or back) – 100 SEK each
* Additional spreads (max. 50) – 500 SEK per spread

Storyalbum vs Storybook
different stiffness of the pages—the storybook has no stiffening interleaf

DIGITAL ART

Digital Art is a variety of artistic compositions that relies heavily on the use of technology and computers in its creation. The technique it’s been around over 40 years. Already in the 70’s it was used to enrich the effects in advertising and movies.

As a child, I was a fan of comics. I liked the “freeze-frame” technique in the form of a drawing. I was amazed so I tried to draw small scenes from my life, or used my photography to created something fun.

In adulthood, advanced digital technology came to the rescue in the form of computer programs and graphic tablets. Using a digital pen, which can instantly turn it into a digital brush, another time into a pencil or marker, and my photos and portraits get a new lease of life.
I am an absolute fan of digital art.

PICTURE AS AN IMAGE ART

PORTRAIT

ILLUSTRATION

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

DIGITAL ART

1200 SEK*

PER PHOTO

 

 

PORTRAIT AS AN IMAGE ART*

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

FAQ: Common questions and answers about portrait photography

What does portrait photography entail?

Portrait photography, at its core, is a specialized type of photography focused on capturing the essence and personality of an individual or group. The subject is typically the main feature, with the background often providing a supportive and complementary backdrop. A successful portrait is one that manages to convey the unique identity and emotion of the subject, requiring a combination of technical skill, creativity, and an understanding of human nature on the part of the portrait photographer. Lighting, composition, and depth of field play a significant role in framing the subject and highlighting the details that contribute to a compelling portrait. There are different types of portrait photography, including environmental, candid, glamour, and professional portraits, each with its own distinct style and purpose.

How should I best prepare for a portrait photography session?

Preparation is crucial for portrait photography. Prior to the session, you may want to discuss with the photographer your expectations and any specific ideas you have. Understanding the style of portrait you want can help guide the session. On the day, ensure you’re well-rested and hydrated, and wear clothing that you’re comfortable in and reflects your personality. If you plan to use props, have them ready in advance. For the best results, it’s important to trust your portrait photographer’s guidance and maintain open communication throughout the session.

How long does a portrait photography session usually take?

The length of a portrait photography session can vary greatly depending on various factors, including the number of subjects, changes of clothing, location changes, and the specific goals of the session. A standard session can range from 30 minutes to a couple of hours. However, more elaborate setups or a larger number of subjects might require additional time. It’s always best to discuss this with your photographer beforehand to ensure a smooth session.

What different styles of portrait photography are offered?

There are various styles of portrait photography, each with its unique aesthetic and approach. Traditional or classical portraiture often focuses on the subject’s face and frequently uses a plain backdrop. Environmental portraits place the subject within their surroundings, using this context to give insight into their life or personality. Candid or lifestyle portraits are typically informal and capture people in action or in natural poses. Glamour or fashion portraits emphasize the allure and style of the subject, often featuring high-end clothing and accessories. Finally, conceptual or fine art portraits often use symbolism and artistic expression to tell a story or convey a specific message.

What should I consider when choosing a location for portrait photography?

The location for portrait photography should ideally complement the subject and the desired mood of the shot. Factors to consider include the aesthetic, color palette, lighting conditions, and whether the place holds any significance for the subject. Natural settings can offer diverse backdrops and good lighting, while urban environments can provide unique architectural elements. Indoor sessions, either at the subject’s home or a studio, can provide a controlled environment and personal context. Finally, always consider the practicalities such as accessibility, permissions required, and weather conditions.

What is a portrait in photography?

A portrait in photography is a representation of a person or a group of people, with a primary focus on the face(s), although full-body shots can also be considered portraits. The goal of portrait photography is to capture the personality, mood, and essence of the subject. It’s about more than just a physical likeness, the best portraits provide insight into the subject’s character, often through the use of lighting, composition, and backdrop.

What makes good portrait photography?

Good portrait photography captures the essence and personality of the subject effectively. It combines technical proficiency with a deep understanding of human nature to evoke emotion and convey a sense of the subject’s character. Important elements include lighting, which can dramatically change the mood of a portrait, composition, which can guide the viewer’s focus and enhance the story, and depth of field, which can ensure the subject is the main focus while the background complements and supports the image. A good rapport between the subject and the photographer is also crucial, as it helps to make the subject comfortable and allows their personality to shine through.

Can a portrait be full body?

Yes, a portrait can be a full-body shot. While the most common portraits are headshots or focus on the face, full-body portraits are a popular choice, especially for environmental portraits where the setting plays a key role in the image. Full-body portraits can provide a broader context and convey more about the subject’s personality and lifestyle.

What is portrait vs headshot?

A portrait and a headshot both capture an individual but serve different purposes and have different styles. A headshot is typically used for professional purposes such as a corporate profile, LinkedIn, or acting portfolio. It focuses on the face, is usually well-lit with a simple background, and aims to present a clear and polished image of the person. A portrait, on the other hand, has a broader purpose. It’s about capturing the personality, mood, and essence of the subject. It can be a close-up, a full body, or anything in between. Portraits allow for more creative freedom in terms of composition, lighting, and setting.

What is portrait photography

Portrait photography is a type of photography focused on capturing individuals or groups, often emphasizing the face but potentially including the full body or background elements to give context and depth. The ultimate goal of portrait photography is to reveal the personality, character, and essence of the subject.

As a portrait photographer, developing a connection with your subject is essential. This relationship is the backbone of creating a captivating portrait. It’s not solely about setting up a camera and shooting; it’s about revealing the essence of your subject. There’s an intimacy that you can capture and immortalize through the lens, a human touch that you bring out with your photography skills.

There are different types of portrait photography, each with its unique approach and objective. The traditional portrait usually focuses on the subject’s face and expression, while environmental portraits showcase people in their natural surroundings. Candid or lifestyle portraits depict people in action, often showing a glimpse of their personal lives, while glamour portraits highlight fashion, style, and allure. Each of these types of portrait photography requires a distinct set of skills and techniques.

When it comes to portrait photography, lighting plays an integral role in shaping the image’s mood and aesthetics. Whether you use natural or artificial light, your lighting strategy can emphasize certain aspects of the subject or background, alter the depth of field, and contribute to the overall narrative of the portrait.

Furthermore, the background in portrait photography can also play a crucial role in the composition. It can provide context, add depth, or serve to contrast and highlight the subject. When chosen well, the background becomes a supporting character that enhances the subject without overshadowing them.

In portrait photography, the camera and lens choice can significantly influence the final result. Factors like focal length, aperture, and sensor size can all play a part in the depth of field, angle of view, and overall aesthetic of the portrait.

To get the most out of portrait photography, photographers often employ techniques such as the use of a shallow depth of field to isolate the subject, and careful composition rules to direct the viewer’s focus.

Ultimately, portrait photography is a blend of science and art, where technical expertise meets creativity and human connection. It offers a window into the soul, capturing the essence of the individual at that particular moment. Despite the myriad styles and techniques available, the heart of portrait photography remains the same: it’s all about the subject.

 

Kamila Mankiewicz Photography; Portrait Photography in Stockholm, Lifestyle Portrait, Business Portrait in Stockholm

BUSINESS &
LIFESTYLE PORTRAIT

Nicklas Larenholtz
Kamila Mankiewicz Photography; Portrait Photography in Stockholm, Lifestyle Portrait, Business Portrait in Stockholm
Nicklas Larenholtz
Nicklas Larenholtz

BUSINESS &
LIFESTYLE PORTRAIT

PHOTOGRAPHY PRICING

PORTRAIT
PHOTOGRAPHY

2500 SEK*

INITIAL PRICE ADD PHOTO

 

SINGLE SESSION ALL
SERVICES*

PORTRAIT
PHOTOGRAPHY

850 SEK*

PER PHOTO

 

SINGLE PORTRAIT ALL SERVICES*

*PRICE LIST AND OFFER
additional information for photo session

* Prices include: tax, my free travel in Stockholm (in the case of outdoor sessions, in the hospital or at the client’s home), working time during the session, editing photos and preparing photo albums;

* The prices from “Promo Bundles” apply to one selected session and depending on the choice, the time of taking photos is different: for example, the project #HelloSmallOne session lasts about 20-35 minutes; #Iamgrowing lasts from 25-45 minutes; #Babyshower  lasts from 25-60 minutes, #Family Documentary, project #KeepOneDay, Couple Documentary, Engagements Documentary, Bachelorette Documentary lasts 50-60 minutes;

* All other photo sessions outside “Promo Bundles” and more than 50 pictures or more than 2 hour long are priced individually;

* Wedding sessions are valued as individuals as well as all other events;

* Photo albums with photo prints are produced in Poland and sent to the indicated address;

* It is possible to purchase an original album for each session, however, the minimum number is 10 spreads (20 pages) – therefore the preferred number of photos for the production of the album is about 35 or more;

* Printing of photos and albums in accordance with the selected package;

* I do not provide photos in RAW format and any photos without author’s processing;

* You choose photos in a private gallery, to which I will send the link within 10-15 working days of the session. You have 7 days to choose photos. Private Gallery with ready photos, password protected, will be available for 14 days. Thanks to it, you will be able to easily share photos with your family and loved ones;

* It is also possible to purchase a voucher for a session (the voucher is valid for 6 months);

* The date is booked after the advance payment of 2500 SEK, the remaining amount is payable by bank transfer after choosing the package and albums;

* Please remember: by deciding to implement a session by me, you accept my photography style, my own original processing and colors of photos.

PHOTO ALBUMS

The effect of a photo session is always digital or classic printed photos. But the truth is, digital photos can never replace printed ones.

As a photographer, I am an absolute fan of large-format photo printed on paper or canvas, as well as photos printed in photo book.

Such one that you can always reach for on an autumn or winter evening and watch under a warm blanket over a cup of hot tea.

Tell your own story with beautiful photo albums.

That is why I would like to strongly encourage you to invest in an album printed on silk paper, which in my opinion is one of the most beautiful frames for every photo session. Such albums, apart from being special keepsake, you can always reach for them or give them to your family.

I print albums and photos in a professional company that supports only photographers – Crystal Albums, who captivated me with its high quality products.

What do the albums look like?

All photos are printed on high-quality silk paper, which, thanks to its properties, does not leave any fingerprints.
The sheets in the albums are of two kinds, the stiff and beautiful looking sheets in the Storyalbum, or a little more flexible but still stiff in the Storybook (Storybook has no stiffening interleaf compare to Storyalbum).

On the other hand, the multitude and variety of frames and colors will allow you to match the style of each of you. The offer includes leather and canvas bindings, on which it is possible to customize UV print, embossing or engraving according to your vision and needs. In albums, the minimum number of spreads is 10 (i.e. 20 pages), and the maximum is 50 (i.e. 100 pages).

My little model Zoja shows the photo album with her photos framed in nubuk leather, and made with personal engraving. In the future, Zoja will have wonderful albums from different periods of her adolescence, because her parents decided on the #IamGrowing project.

Fell free to ask me more about photo albums.

STORYALBUM

 

10 silk, stiff, non-bending sheets*

4700 SEK*

Format (cm)
* Size 20×20 4700 SEK*
* Size 25×25 5000 SEK*

Customize:
* UV printing or gold embossing (front or back)
* Engraving (front or back) 100 SEK each
* Additional spreads (max. 50) – 500 SEK per spread

Storyalbum vs Storybook
different stiffness of the pages—the storybook has no stiffening interleaf

STORYBOOK

 

10 silk, stiff, but flexible sheets*

4600 SEK*

Format (cm)
* Size 20×20 4600 SEK*
* Size 25×25 4900 SEK*

Customize:
* UV printing or gold embossing (front or back)
* Engraving (front or back) 100 SEK each
* Additional spreads (max. 50) – 500 SEK per spread

Storyalbum vs Storybook
different stiffness of the pages—the storybook has no stiffening interleaf

DIGITAL ART

Digital Art is a variety of artistic compositions that relies heavily on the use of technology and computers in its creation. The technique it’s been around over 40 years. Already in the 70’s it was used to enrich the effects in advertising and movies.

As a child, I was a fan of comics. I liked the “freeze-frame” technique in the form of a drawing. I was amazed so I tried to draw small scenes from my life, or used my photography to created something fun.

In adulthood, advanced digital technology came to the rescue in the form of computer programs and graphic tablets. Using a digital pen, which can instantly turn it into a digital brush, another time into a pencil or marker, and my photos and portraits get a new lease of life.
I am an absolute fan of digital art.

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

PICTURE AS AN IMAGE ART

 

 

PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATION

DIGITAL ART

1200 SEK*

PER PHOTO

 

 

PORTRAIT AS AN IMAGE ART*

What is portrait photography

Portrait photography is a type of photography focused on capturing individuals or groups, often emphasizing the face but potentially including the full body or background elements to give context and depth. The ultimate goal of portrait photography is to reveal the personality, character, and essence of the subject.

As a portrait photographer, developing a connection with your subject is essential. This relationship is the backbone of creating a captivating portrait. It’s not solely about setting up a camera and shooting; it’s about revealing the essence of your subject. There’s an intimacy that you can capture and immortalize through the lens, a human touch that you bring out with your photography skills.

There are different types of portrait photography, each with its unique approach and objective. The traditional portrait usually focuses on the subject’s face and expression, while environmental portraits showcase people in their natural surroundings. Candid or lifestyle portraits depict people in action, often showing a glimpse of their personal lives, while glamour portraits highlight fashion, style, and allure. Each of these types of portrait photography requires a distinct set of skills and techniques.

When it comes to portrait photography, lighting plays an integral role in shaping the image’s mood and aesthetics. Whether you use natural or artificial light, your lighting strategy can emphasize certain aspects of the subject or background, alter the depth of field, and contribute to the overall narrative of the portrait.

Furthermore, the background in portrait photography can also play a crucial role in the composition. It can provide context, add depth, or serve to contrast and highlight the subject. When chosen well, the background becomes a supporting character that enhances the subject without overshadowing them.

In portrait photography, the camera and lens choice can significantly influence the final result. Factors like focal length, aperture, and sensor size can all play a part in the depth of field, angle of view, and overall aesthetic of the portrait.

To get the most out of portrait photography, photographers often employ techniques such as the use of a shallow depth of field to isolate the subject, and careful composition rules to direct the viewer’s focus.

Ultimately, portrait photography is a blend of science and art, where technical expertise meets creativity and human connection. It offers a window into the soul, capturing the essence of the individual at that particular moment. Despite the myriad styles and techniques available, the heart of portrait photography remains the same: it’s all about the subject.

 

FAQ: Common questions and answers about portrait photography

What does portrait photography entail?

Portrait photography, at its core, is a specialized type of photography focused on capturing the essence and personality of an individual or group. The subject is typically the main feature, with the background often providing a supportive and complementary backdrop. A successful portrait is one that manages to convey the unique identity and emotion of the subject, requiring a combination of technical skill, creativity, and an understanding of human nature on the part of the portrait photographer. Lighting, composition, and depth of field play a significant role in framing the subject and highlighting the details that contribute to a compelling portrait. There are different types of portrait photography, including environmental, candid, glamour, and professional portraits, each with its own distinct style and purpose.

How should I best prepare for a portrait photography session?

Preparation is crucial for portrait photography. Prior to the session, you may want to discuss with the photographer your expectations and any specific ideas you have. Understanding the style of portrait you want can help guide the session. On the day, ensure you’re well-rested and hydrated, and wear clothing that you’re comfortable in and reflects your personality. If you plan to use props, have them ready in advance. For the best results, it’s important to trust your portrait photographer’s guidance and maintain open communication throughout the session.

How long does a portrait photography session usually take?

The length of a portrait photography session can vary greatly depending on various factors, including the number of subjects, changes of clothing, location changes, and the specific goals of the session. A standard session can range from 30 minutes to a couple of hours. However, more elaborate setups or a larger number of subjects might require additional time. It’s always best to discuss this with your photographer beforehand to ensure a smooth session.

What different styles of portrait photography are offered?

There are various styles of portrait photography, each with its unique aesthetic and approach. Traditional or classical portraiture often focuses on the subject’s face and frequently uses a plain backdrop. Environmental portraits place the subject within their surroundings, using this context to give insight into their life or personality. Candid or lifestyle portraits are typically informal and capture people in action or in natural poses. Glamour or fashion portraits emphasize the allure and style of the subject, often featuring high-end clothing and accessories. Finally, conceptual or fine art portraits often use symbolism and artistic expression to tell a story or convey a specific message.

What should I consider when choosing a location for portrait photography?

The location for portrait photography should ideally complement the subject and the desired mood of the shot. Factors to consider include the aesthetic, color palette, lighting conditions, and whether the place holds any significance for the subject. Natural settings can offer diverse backdrops and good lighting, while urban environments can provide unique architectural elements. Indoor sessions, either at the subject’s home or a studio, can provide a controlled environment and personal context. Finally, always consider the practicalities such as accessibility, permissions required, and weather conditions.

What is a portrait in photography?

A portrait in photography is a representation of a person or a group of people, with a primary focus on the face(s), although full-body shots can also be considered portraits. The goal of portrait photography is to capture the personality, mood, and essence of the subject. It’s about more than just a physical likeness, the best portraits provide insight into the subject’s character, often through the use of lighting, composition, and backdrop.

What makes good portrait photography?

Good portrait photography captures the essence and personality of the subject effectively. It combines technical proficiency with a deep understanding of human nature to evoke emotion and convey a sense of the subject’s character. Important elements include lighting, which can dramatically change the mood of a portrait, composition, which can guide the viewer’s focus and enhance the story, and depth of field, which can ensure the subject is the main focus while the background complements and supports the image. A good rapport between the subject and the photographer is also crucial, as it helps to make the subject comfortable and allows their personality to shine through.

Can a portrait be full body?

Yes, a portrait can be a full-body shot. While the most common portraits are headshots or focus on the face, full-body portraits are a popular choice, especially for environmental portraits where the setting plays a key role in the image. Full-body portraits can provide a broader context and convey more about the subject’s personality and lifestyle.

What is portrait vs headshot?

A portrait and a headshot both capture an individual but serve different purposes and have different styles. A headshot is typically used for professional purposes such as a corporate profile, LinkedIn, or acting portfolio. It focuses on the face, is usually well-lit with a simple background, and aims to present a clear and polished image of the person. A portrait, on the other hand, has a broader purpose. It’s about capturing the personality, mood, and essence of the subject. It can be a close-up, a full body, or anything in between. Portraits allow for more creative freedom in terms of composition, lighting, and setting.

Kamila Mankiewicz Photographer

CONTACT:
STUDIO@KAMILAMANKIEWICZ.COM

PHONE: +46 700 55 70 17

KamilaMankiewicz

Photography

Kamila Mankiewicz Photographer

CONTACT:
STUDIO@KAMILAMANKIEWICZ.COM

PHONE: +46 700 55 70 17

KAMILA MANKIEWICZ PHOTOGRAPHY

DOCUMENTARY FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY

PHOTOJOURNALISM AROUND FAMILY & FRIENDS

FAMILY PORTRAITS
FAMILY DOCUMENTARY /PROJECT #KEEPONEDAY

COUPLE DOCUMENTARY /ENGAGEMENTS
BACHELORETTE DOCUMENTARY
WEDDING DOCUMENTARY

MATERNITY DOCUMENTARY /BABYSHOWER
NEWBORN DOCUMENTARY /PROJECT #HELLOSMALLONE
CHILDREN DOCUMENTARY /PROJECT #IAMGROWING

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PHOTOJOURNALISM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION

BUSINESS DOCUMENTARY
BUSINESS PORTRAIT /HEADSHOOT
EVENT DOCUMENTARY
SPORT DOCUMENTARY
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FASHION PORTRAITS

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