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Rudy Umans

Rudy Umans Imaging

"Tapping into the Passion of the Beholder"

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"Tapping into the Passion of the Beholder"

It is all about passion for the medium photography, passion for the subject, and the passion to share.

I do not really have a favorite subject. As long as the subject opens up certain emotions and I am able to translate those emotions to an image on a flat piece of paper for the enjoyment of others, we’re good.

Yes, we are trained, it is our living, and this is what we do, but we are photographers by heart. The passion goes back to when the parents of the owner gave him his first camera, a Kodak Instamatic, longer ago than he likes to care to remember. He still has it!

Because of our passion for what we do and our passion to help people, we love to share that passion with you. Whether you are looking for Wall Art, a photographer for your next event, or your Real Estate needs, the subject might be different, our approach to the subject might be different, but one thing is constant and that is our passion for excellence.

Can't find what you need? Please visit http://www.rudyumans.com/. There you will also find information about all imaging services and several "how to" white papers absolutely free fro you to download without any obligations.

Thank you for your interest.

Rudy

My name is Rudy Umans and I have been taking pictures ever since my parents gave me my first camera during a family vacation in Germany. It was a Kodak Instamatic. I still have it. I was 6 or 7 years old.

I grew up in a small town near Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I am married to a girl from Miami and I moved to Miami in 1989, where are still based.

In the early nineties I was a full time professional photographer. I did mainly products for catalogs for Deltone clock radios etc., Avanti small appliances and several importers of fancy perfumes and colognes. Of course Hurricane Andrew came along, destroyed about 90% of everything we owned and forced us to move to Palm Beach where I had several government jobs in small business assistance. During this time, I photographed mainly landscapes with a big old large wooden camera, Ansel Adams style.

In 2005, my wife and I moved back to Miami where I picked up my career that was so brutally interrupted by hurricane Andrew. I still do small business assistance, but since the digital era, the majority of my income is from photography, mainly nature and wildlife, agriculture, weddings, portraits and commercial photography. You can find my work on several image databanks and art sites such as this one. Since then,my work is literally sold all over world to book publishers, including National Geographic, web designers, ad agencies, and government agencies to name a few.

I was honored with several solo art shows in South Florida and in Europe, called "Beyond the obvious" and one simply called "Wood".

Don't find what you need, feel free to visit my website at http://www.rudyumans.com. On my site you will also find some articles about some simple steps you can take with any camera to improve your pictures.

Thank you for your interest.

Rudy