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Meet Luciana Calvin of Luciana Calvin Photography

Today we’d like to introduce you to Luciana Calvin.

So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
On the last year of my IT degree 9 years ago I enrolled in a Photoshop class and it changed my life. Through photoshop I found photography and then photography has become the air I breath today.

It has been a long but amazing journey. I started photograph shelter dogs and couldn’t believe how many animals lives my photographs help save. On the first couple of years I did a little of everything, weddings, newborn, children, families, pets, headshots, product photography, you name it.

I guess with time you lean toward what you are better at. Today I specialize in Family Portraiture and Wall Art, there is where my heart is.

Has it been a smooth road?
The road hasn’t been smooth at all. I think the struggles make us resilient and helps us grow to what we envision our future self.

Standout from the sea of photographers out there is not an easy task. It requires dedication, sacrifice and a lot of hard work. I think the hardest part for me was to accept that you only spend 10% of the time actually shooting, the rest of the time is about business, marketing, accounting and all of those not so glamorous things a business requires to be alive. Once I got over that, life became a lot easier.

So, as you know, we’re impressed with Luciana Calvin Photography – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
Well, I am Luciana Calvin Photography. All that comes out of my camera is my vision of that moment, of that person, I guess it is how I see the world. I do try to stay true to what the moment tells me, to people’s personalities.

I specialize in Family Portraiture and Wall Art. I love prints and wall portraits. I believe everyone should have photographs of their loved ones on their walls. That is what makes a house a home. Moments shared, little glimpses of life frozen in time that brings back feelings of happiness and joy.

I call our times the Era of the Photographic Lost Generation. We are taking more photos than ever before but if we are not careful we are not going to have anything to show for. Nobody prints anymore, all our lives best moments are stored on a phone or computer hard drive.

So I decided to do my part to change that. I offer a free in-house consultation where I will help you decide where in the house the portraits will be placed, decide what kind images to shoot, what kind frames and sizes you will need and make sure all will complement your home décor.

I walk my clients through the whole process. From the best wall for their portrait, clothing selection, to the finished custom designed product installed on their wall.

Let’s touch on your thoughts about our city – what do you like the most and least?
I am located in Lowell, MA and in my opinion, Lowell offers a unique blend of suburban convenience with amenities of a big city. I love the Lowell Summer Music Series where the city brings world famous performers in a very intimate setting.

From restaurants to Festivals and art galleries, you can find something for every kind taste. I love the cosmopolitan feel of the city.

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Image Credit:
Keith Calvin

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