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Dedicated to making everything seem interesting, from still life to travel and celebrities, Eduardo has worked on a vast range of projects including tourism promotion in the US and Europe, but his passion lies in portraits, to which he has culminated 20 years of experience. Eduardo's professional life began in the 80s in London, he began with new and old fashioned techniques and continues to do so today. Most recently he took a 3D advanced photography course in Japan to add to his repertoire.
 
Eduardo Rubaudonadeu

Eduardo Rubaudonadeu

Photographer

Dedicated to making everything seem interesting, from still life to travel and celebrities, Eduardo has worked on a vast range of projects including tourism promotion in the US and Europe, but his passion lies in portraits, to which he has culminated 20 years of experience.
Eduardo's professional life began in the 80s in London, he began with new and old fashioned techniques and continues to do so today. Most recently he took a 3D advanced photography course in Japan to add to his repertoire. His experience includes: travel editing for 8 years which lead him to fashion ads; political, humanitarian, and aids prevention campaigns; sleeve designs; photography for musical groups, theatre, dance, and films; as well as being the photo editor for Zero magazine from 1998 to 2010.
Eduardo's photography has appeared in international magazines and exhibitions. He has also published two books, I shoot them and I shoot them too. He is currently working on his third book that includes scenes from Japan, Budapest, the Arctic, and other works in between.
Eduardo describes himself as, "a tireless person with an endless path on the way where no limits are on my mind, and no challenges have a rejection as an answer."
 
 

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