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Lifestyle Photography in Minas Gerais

Would you like to find the best Minas Gerais lifestyle photographers? Hoping to hire a true professional to capture your family’s true responses and natural emotions in authentic portraits? When you allow one of our lifestyle photographers to capture your next maternity, couple, family, or teen portrait session, you will receive photographs that show the world what it means to be a part of your family.  The Lifestyle Photographers Association of Brazil:

Map of Lifestyle Photographers Serving Minas Gerais

35 Available Lifestyle Photographers...

Sheila Maria Cupertino Gomes, Lifestyle Photographer for Minas Gerais, Brasil.

Hi. I'm Sheila: wife of Alysson and mother owl and completely in love with my little one: Arthur. Graduated as Generalist Pharmacy. Specialist in Pharmacology at the Federal University of Lavras and in Media for Education at the Federal University of Ouro Preto. I have been married for almost 5 years, and it was during the preparation of my marriage that I discovered my passion for photography. Every day, I discovered new works and photographers .. and I was delighted with the technique, with the light, with the sensitivity of each one. It was not long before the wish and the dream come true. With the support of my family and my husband, I got my first DSLR. Since then I have never stopped photographing. I see each work as a challenge, as an opportunity to show my technique and my passion for every detail! I believe, yes, that with a look, sensitivity and much, much love, beautiful images can be made practically anywhere, however unusual and simple they may seem. Thank you to God, my family and all my friends and clients...nothing would be possible without your support and affection!!

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Minas Gerais Lifestyle Photographer, Bruno Guedes - Family Portraits

Since my childhood, my eyes were bright at the holidays, not at the party, but because my uncle Dimas (Dimas Guedes), the photographer, was going to come and bring with him his older camera, besides his older cousins. He carried a bag with several lenses and black little pots with 35mm films. From time to time he would gather his family on the sidewalk, and place the camera across the street on a tripod, and run through us, and as if in a magical moment, the camera would take the picture by itself. I never understood how that was possible, but one day I knew I would understand such a thing. Time passed, and that attentive-looking boy shifted to the side of the camera. Today, I try to understand how some noble mortals that I have as reference in the photograph (if I were to quote each of them this text would turn a book), manages to capture images that transpose composition and reality, and manage to reveal feelings without a single word being heard, as if we could smell the place, the heat or the cold that picture reveals. I like to read, books not so much, one a month is enough for me, but photos ... the photos, this I like to read, understand, decipher, unveil the light, direction, brightness and darkness that each image shows or hides . This is me, somewhat confused in what I say, but decided in what I do. It's my mining way of being. By myself, Bruno, Minasiro and Ubaense, photographer of happy moments, married to the most beautiful woman my eyes have ever seen, father of the most adorable child, Christian in love with Jesus, pastor and future inhabitant of heaven. "My family taught me that a man needs a family to live"

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Jeanny Paiva Lopes is a lifestyle photographer for Minas Gerais, Brasil

Graduated in Computer Science, I also work as a systems analyst and discovered in lifestyle photography a great passion, and a way to get to know others, and especially to know myself better. It's been an incredible journey, and I invite you to be a part of it.

Portrait of Minas Gerais lifestyle photographer Gislene Souza, of Brazil

Hi! I'm Gi, Gislene. Wife of Maxi, miner of Gov Valadares, passionate about coffee, flowers, simple people, and incredible stories. I dedicate to photography at 3 years. The other day I wondered how photography came into my life. Reviewing old albums with the family, I came across a "dating session" of my sister and boyfriend (now husband), recorded by me with an analog camera (movie 36 haha ​​poses). A few days ago I received a message from a cousin: "Gi, do not you know what I found here? Some photos you took mine there in the backyard" haha ​​(this we had between 10 and 12 years). I say more, looking at my father's cell phone, I see photos of "everything" rs, cats, flowers, landscapes, my grandmother, my mother day by day, my grandchildren, my photos, my brothers and etc ... He is a collector of moments, of memories, of stories (I inherited it from him). Anyway, I think photography has come into my life forever. What it means to me, goes way beyond a printed image or view on the computer/cell screen. I really like the stories behind every recorded moment. And if you let me, we can make stories together! Thank you for the time you took to get to know my corner! Bjo Gi!

Minas Gerais Lifestyle Photographer, Nael Couto, of Brasil

I'm a dreamy, cheerful guy and I love my family. To photograph for me is to have the opportunity to relate to people and to know a little of the history and life of each one. Through my lens I try to register feelings and emotions, creating not only beautiful images but memories that will be eternalized.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Minas Gerais Lifestyle Photography by Fabiano Araujo - Brasil

Lifestyle and Family Photographer. More than 20 years of experience telling stories of beautiful families in the city Uba, State of Minas Gerais. Married, father of 2 wonderful sons you are the reason for the dedication in my work. Passionate about people photography, and connections and memories.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Minas Gerais Lifestyle Photographer, Rodrigo Garcia

Images to tell great stories. From childhood, art has always been part of me. I learned to draw with ballpoint, graphite, and charcoal. I already painted with oil paint, watercolor, and ink. And although my mother always liked photography, she had boxes and more boxes full of photos of our family, it was only in the Advertising and Propaganda faculty that the photographer caught me. As an applied student, I ended up going to work in my teacher's studio. For a long time I kept a blog where I published chronicles with a certain regularity, I covered FLU (Uberaba Literary Festival) and institutional records for a local NGO. I also studied Cinema Digital, where I confess, I fell in love with scripts. In 2011 I was a photographer for the Uberaba City Council, where I have been working since then with the historical/political record of my city. Diligenciando next to TV House in the demands of the councilmen, making some isolated coverings for local newspapers I discovered the obvious: I love telling stories and if they are real stories, much better! In 2016, with the arrival of my son Leon, I discovered that the time passes light and that every day can be the best day of all because every day is a new adventure full of discoveries. When I found out I was already a Family Documentary Photographer. Today I take to other families the same dedication, sensitivity, and passion to register mine. I share the desire to perpetuate affective memories, real and sincere. The desire to tell so many good stories from so many other families.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Belo Horizonte Lifestyle Photographer Carol Brenck, of Minas Gerais - Brasil

Hi, I'm Carol. I'm a lifestyle and family photographer from Belo Horizonte - Brazil. Art and photography have always been part of my life. I grew up seeing the importance of memories. I believe we wake up every day with a purpose. And I found mine. My mission is to tell stories through images. Images that will stand the test of time and hold a memory forever.

Sete Lagoas Lifestyle Photography by Leandro Malaquias, of Minas Gerais, Brasil

I was born in the city of Sete Lagoas, MG, my first professional contact as a photographer was with the wedding photography in 2009. Since then, I have started a search for new experiences in different segments of photography such as photography of graduations and events, image editor and teacher of photography helped me broaden my knowledge and set a course of action within the photographic universe. Today I am a family photographer of documentaries, family events, photography teacher and passionate about nature photography and travel. My goal is to produce images that contain real stories of people's important moments, create memories ... and share knowledge.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Minas Gerais family photography by Poliane Araújo, of the Brasil FPJA.

Belo Horizonte, June twenty-seven, nineteen ninety-one, say that I came into the world there. Daughter of Aparecida and Seli, I did not wait for the lunch hour and I was already showing myself to the world, it was 11.15 a.m. on a Thursday. Until I was 25 I lived my life in my own way, I did what I wanted, when I wanted to and how I wanted to. Can I tell you something? That was sensational, I would not trade a second of what I lived and I would probably live it all over again. It was in this part of my story that I met photography. Actually, I always liked being on both sides of the lens. At 18 I bought my first camera and started to record life and the world with my eyes. I photographed landscapes, specializing in fashion, registering love between couples, empowering the women around me, and traveling the country. I can say that I used the images to know everything I wanted. But one day everything changed, the "I" gave way to the knots, and the us was the WORLD. Belo Horizonte, March twenty-two thousand and seventeen, I say that I came into the world there. After a beautiful labor, I was complete. My little girl arrived. My little Clara. There I ceased to be just a daughter and I became a mother, a mother flooded with love and joy. In that part of my story, I found the real reason for my photography. What I feel for Clarinha is so great, that I needed to record it inside other families, that's how we got here. From 1991 to 2017 a lot has changed, and I hope it changes forever! That I, my daughter and the photograph can know the world and translate it into love!

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Lifestyle Photography for Minas Gerais by Vanessa Lacerda

Lifestyle family photographer, university professor, master in Social Communication, researcher, businesswoman and mainly mother (undoubtedly my most intense, passionate and challenging role). And it is from the combination of all this that I develop my look, my technique and writing with images about everyday experiences.

Portrait of Belo Horizonte Lifestyle Photographer Mattheus Wilkisom, of Minas Gerais, Brazil

I never wanted to be a photographer, I did not choose this profession. At the beginning of my training for a photographer, I wanted to learn about photography to record my travels and to be able to show my friends the best way I've been. However, one day I found a family photo album and with my grandmother I accompanied them, I noticed that a feeling of nostalgia, happiness, and longing took me. So I fell in love not only with photography but with genuine feelings and the purest way of telling stories. I was conquered! I found myself completely in love with sincere smiles, tears of happiness, and at times unique, that would never come back, but that could be remembered just like it was with me for several other people. And why not do it the best way, why not choose the best way to narrate these beautiful stories, of love, friendship, and joys. Photographs are poems made with memories, they are stories written today that will last forever. I'm not a photographer, I'm a love storyteller ...

 Maria Luisa de Aguiar Neto for Brasil Lifestyle Photography

Minas Gerais photographer, born in Belo Horizonte. I have been working with lifestyle photography since 2011, witnessing happy stories and forever moments that I am immensely grateful to participate. Every customer, an exciting story of great learning. I'm happy to be a lifestyle photographer!

Minas Gerais Family and LIfestyle Photographer, Sheila Alves of Brasil

Hi, I'm Sheila Alves Photographer, wife of Henry's mother Jeff. Mineira, in love with coffee, rainbow and late afternoon. Photography inspires me every day, makes me portray the best in people, love, affection and everything a family can be and represent. Today I dedicate myself to family and child photography. Learn more about my work on social networks. Governador Valadares - MG I Brazil

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Eduardo Bedran is a Lifestyle Photographer for Minas Gerais

I am the reflection of my photograph or vice versa. I am married, I have two children who are my sources of inspiration and motivation, and that make me rethink at all times my way of seeing the world and consequently my way of photographing. Today, my fascination is to be able to tell stories in a pure and sincere way, the special and unique way that is present in each marriage and/or family. It will be a great honor to be part of your story!

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Belo Horizonte lifestyle photography by Brandao Ariadne Maximo, of Minas Gerais

Born and raised in the Minas Gerais capital, Belo Horizonte and Minas Gerais, body and soul. From an early age, I always liked everything connected to art, I even ventured a few times with guitar and drawing. I confess that I did not go very well. And it was in the photograph that I was able to unite my soul, my passions and my desire to share with anyone who wants my way of seeing the world and everything that surrounds me ... I see photography as an art, a way of writing without words, painting pictures without ink ... a magic way to eternalize unique moments the life of each ... Fascinated by humans, how and why things affect us the way they act and affect others in a different way ... Do you know that moment that you think no one is watching? It is this moment, the most spontaneous and natural, that fascinates me and I love to eternalize. That is why I always try to use the lifestyle approach whenever possible ... In addition to people, I love creating images, creating photography... where I dedicate myself to still photos ... in my own projects, for commercial or corporate purposes. Photography is a way of telling stories .... and so I consider myself a Contadora de Historia ... Every moment counts ... every moment is unique .... photography eternalizes something that will never happen again. Photography is history in the form of art, written with light. Affective memory that we concretized in each image, telling stories that will be eternalized ...

Minas Gerais Lifestyle Photographer, Natalia Diniz

To photograph is to nourish my curious, restless soul, which always seeks new stories, especially the real ones. Photography allows me to prove to myself and my clients how good it is to live. It turns me into an eyewitness to relationships, dreams, and desires fed by families and couples. It confirms to me how much I can be happy to witness and record such special moments in my photography. For me to be happy is also to be able to see someone else's life anointed with joy. That simple.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Julio Andrade is a lifestyle photographer of Muriaé-MG

Julio Andrade is a native of Muriaé-MG, he loves different and original ideas, he has in his hands the gift of eternalizing his love and life, in his look all sensibility and delicacy and in his lenses every quality to tell each scene with all emotion and beauty. Inspired by his happiness and focusing on his satisfaction, he will lead a successful coverage. Always focused on what is most modern in the world of photography. Unique and distinctive, its unique style lets you record unique images! He has a great passion for photographing weddings and families, and every day he seeks to specialize in this art of recording the special moments of his bride and groom, family and guests. He is passionate about stories! And every story has a beginning, a middle and an end. Believing that, we start the preparations and go until the end of the party, in order to actually document its entire history.

Minas Gerais lifestyle photographer Alex Souza of Brazil

We started in photography precisely because we had very few photos from our childhood, some of them were torn and others were lost with time. This motivated even more to photograph the families. It is as if we were giving families what we wanted to receive years ago. This is undoubtedly the biggest reason for our photography.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Lifestyle Photography by Manu Antunes - Minas Gerais.

36 years old, leonina, entrepreneur, married and mother. This is Manu ... superfamily, pure emotion, fun, humorous and well with life. A photographer for love. Just in love with what she does. She loves to photograph and loves to relate to people and have friends. Her goal is to let customers feel free to extract natural, extroverted, spontaneous, and sentimental photos. She works in Belo Horizonte or anywhere in the world ... Graduated in Physiotherapy, but decided to leave the profession to be a photographer. In 2010 she founded the company Manu Antunes Photographs. She frequently participates in congresses, workshops, and courses to update herself in the area of ​​photography and administration.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Lifestyle Photographer Gersiane Marques of Minas Gerais

I believe that photography is allowing me to be carried away by feelings. I always believed that photography is to deliver much more than a photo album. All I do is provide a unique experience, in the certainty that that moment will mark their lives and will be missed. I am here to give you happy memories of your family, your moments that will help make the hard days a little more enjoyable. No one goes into a session knowing what to do in front of the camera, so it's my job to help you out, to give you some tips so you have the best experience possible.

Lifestyle Photographer Renata Loyola, of Minas Gerais.

I am Renata Loyola, a mother of two, an entrepreneur, a graduate in Pedagogy, specialized in Special Education, a student of Graphic Design, and enchanted by children and in love with photography.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Minas Gerais lifestyle photography - Belo Horizonte family portraits Mariana Simões

My story with photography began in the last period of college when I had the photograph in my curriculum. I am a Biologist, Master in Health Sciences, PhD in Bioinformatics, I worked for 15 years in the area of ​​genetics and molecular biology. Involved by research, photography went along as a hobby. But I ended up leaving biology because of the greatest achievement of my life, being a mother! With my first camera, I collected photos of all my children's footsteps, all the fun, discoveries, and moments. All always recorded full of enthusiasm month after month. Gradually the photography was no longer just a hobby and I decided to become a professional. I started to study photography and invested in good equipment. Today I photograph pregnant women, babies, children, families, women, and events in a general way. I breathe every second of this art and I fall more and more in love. Photography allows me to see life in a more poetic way, exploring detail and freezing emotions.

Portrait of Rio de Janeiro Lifestyle Photographer Fernanda Oliveira - Brazil

My love for photography started early ... As a child my father had a photographer friend who always photographed us in common moments of everyday life, and so I fell in love with the images of remembrance, especially after one of my brothers went to live in sky, and as Leoni's song says "What will be in the photograph Are the invisible ties there were." And so always with a compact camera (which was my angel brother) in hand, I used to photograph everything. Instinctively I took Publicity and Propaganda where in photography classes I tried to deepen. Soon after came the specific courses in the area of ​​photography, Ws and Congresses. Anyway, I'm a Photographer who tells love stories! Family love, love of brothers, love of lovers, love of animals, love of sport, love in the congregation, love for herself, in short, all kind of love! Wedding photography, family photography, rehearsal photography, event photography.

Brasil and Rio de Janeiro Lifestyle Photography by Gisele Soares

I specialize in birth photography (normal delivery and cesarean section). For that, I took specific courses in the area, including in a hospital environment, in order to better prepare myself technically and emotionally to record this special moment. I am part of the FPJA - Family Photojournalist Association and the Lifestyle Photographers Association.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Curitiba lifestyle photography by Adrieli Cancelier, of Parana, Brazil

I'm Adrieli Cancelier, but you can call me Adri or Aunt Adri :) I am a professional lifestyle photographer of families in Curitiba, but first of all, I register the bonds. I was born in Criciúma and it took me to adapt in Curitiba, but today I feel like a complete Guri from Curitiba. I'm 30 years old, a Marketing graduate, a chocolate addict, married to my sweetheart Andrius, the lovely 2-year-old Benjamin's aunt and I'm dreaming of the excitement of registering families. My dream is to become a mother. My passion is my family and the moments with the people that I love, I never deny a moment to be with them and laugh until they hurt the belly. Maybe by now, you know, but I love writing. I'm a pseudo-cinephile, I love movies, popcorn, coffee, Harry Potter and Game of Thrones. I love shooting in the winter, but I hate the cold. I love salty and hot summer skin, crispy hair, sea noise. When I think about my childhood I see children lying on the sun-baked asphalt at night, I see hands clasped, I see hugs, I see many smiles, I always see a baby nearby and I see a guava tree. I'm rather shy and do not look for experiences that I'm not comfortable with, but I have a great ability to connect with people, especially with children. I've been surrounded by them all my life. I thrive on hearing new stories and telling old stories. I love traveling and exploring every corner. I like to observe the small details and keep them in my memory. I have a good memory. I started photographing my own family when I was a kid. I collected money and bought a yellow analog camera with a film reel. I photographed my mom and dad sitting on the couch at home, me and my sister taking a shower and my doll collection. I packed everything into a little box and those memories became relics to me. I specialize in natural light, but the truth is that I no longer think of the light while I am photographing. I'm just as watchful, keeping that scene on my camera. I think more of the light when I'm not working, but if the scene is too beautiful I turn off my camera and save that moment just for me. I chose to photograph only families and children's parties in 2013, as I believe that these family affective memories help in the process of self-knowledge and strengthening the bonds of the child and the family. I am in favor of education based on experience and respect for the child. Our lives are like trees, where each memory is a fragile and beautiful leaf about to fall. So I chose to photograph only what is yours, at home or outdoors in a sunny environment. "I honestly believe there are things that no one would see if I had not photographed them." -Diane Arbus

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA
Sao Paulo Lifestyle Photographer, Felipe Grespan de Freitas.

Felipe Grespan lives in São Paulo with his wife and his four-legged daughter (Frida). Graduated in biology, he believes that the course not only gave him a higher education diploma but a different way of seeing life and was in photography that he found the means to express this vision. For him, family photography is capable of showing what is invisible to the eyes.

Member of the Family Photojournalist Association - FPJA