The Portraits of Carlo Calope

Portrait photography has been around since the beginning of photography. Photographers like Arnold Newman, Robert Mapplethorp, Robert Frank, Art Kane, etc. have been legendary and ground breaking photographers that have altered what was perceived a portrait, escaping from the norm.

To become unique in the art of the portrait photograph is indeed something that is as defining as ones own face, an art that has changes with such subtle nuances that help solidify it’s uniqueness.

Carlo Calope‘s photography explores this precious line of portrait photography with his delicate touch he puts on each and every image. The colors used in each series’ seems to match perfectly with the model used and the location chosen, but that’s aside from his portrait work. His portrait work seems to reach into the depths of a soul, pulling out character and features in such a way that allows for the viewer to understand.

The following photographs are taken from Calope’s series Portraits Section I and Le Mannequin, simply to show more of his work.

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

 

Photo credit: Carlo Calope | www.carlocalope.com

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