Amanda Sinco Photography is an Orlando Wedding, Engagement, Boudoir, Portrait, Nature and Florida landscape photographers
Central Florida Wedding and Engagement or Couple Photographer
This is an exciting time in your life from your engagement to your wedding. We would like to tell your story from the beginning to the end. Our wedding package include your engagement pictures. Every wedding is uniquely designed to celebrate you and your pictures should be too. Achieving beautiful pictures by collaborating with you and working together to make something beautiful. Amanda Sinco photography's style is always classic and at the same time stylish
Orlando Florida Senior, Children and Adult Portrait Photographer
Amanda specializes in children and senior portrait photography. Photographs are taken outdoors using natural light to capture your special moments. Amanda offers custom portrait sittings, in your home or on location, for children, teens, high school seniors and Adult Portraiture. Portrait sessions are never rushed and are relaxed and your pets are welcome too! Portraits (fine art photography or prints) may be ordered in color or black and white and can be easily ordered online from your private gallery. As a Central Florida portrait photographer Amanda’s style is known to be stylish and classic at the same time. She always strives to make the photography session fun and relaxed to bring out lots of smiles and laughter.
Central Florida Portrait Photographer
Amanda Sinco Photography is a portrait Photographer that serves the Central Florida, Orlando area and surrounding suburbs including, but not limited to, Baldwin Park, Winter Park, Downtown Orlando, Oviedo, East Orlando (UCF Area), Winter Springs, Longwood and surrounding areas. Amanda Sinco is an on location portrait photographer serving the Central Florida, Orange County and Seminole County areas. Amanda is available for travel outside of the Orlando and Central Florida area upon request.
Florida Landscape Nature and Commercial Photographer
Amanda Sinco accepts the challenge of certain commissions, and can produce work for individuals, companies and galleries (images can be used on websites, corporate brochures or as a large format print in offices and in calendars). You can be assured of the very highest quality results tailored to your needs. Call or email me to discuss pricing
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Remembering Alfred Stieglitz
Last Sunday the 21st I was waiting for 5pm EST to take pictures for the One Minute on Earth. I was at my location of choice before 5pm EST, I was practicing my shots and also trying to figure out where I should take the pictures and what angle to take it with however, right at 5pm since I was at a public place everyone somehow decided to appear in places where I was to take my pictures. That really ruined my chances for a decent picture. However, I took this picture before 5pm EST when nobody was there and was very happy with the result. My mentor Jimm Roberts told me that it reminded him of an Alfred Stieglitz photograph when I showed him the picture. Alfred Stieglitz protested against Waldo Frank critiquing his work and decided to take pictures of clouds to show that his success was not because of the subject matter of faces, interiors, or trees and clouds were there for everybody, his series was called the Equivalents. I could have cropped the picture more from the bottom and made the clouds my main focus but decided to keep it for more flexibility.
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