Welcome to Pixel Perfect You!

Welcome to Pixel Perfect You!  This is a photography business I started in June 2017.  I do not yet have a studio and take people’s pictures at parks, public places and their homes.  My business focus is taking portraits – both individual and family portraits – that are fun and dynamic.  I am open to other photography projects that may present themselves.  Finally, I offer photo restoration and video editing services.

Photography became a passion after I first snapped a picture with my father’s Konica rangefinder when I was about five or six years old.  Moving the knob on the side to get the image in the viewfinder to focus, hearing the click of the mechanical shutter and then advancing the 35mm film with my thumb on the lever are some of my favorite childhood memories.  I was the individual at family events taking photos or shooting video (the VHS type that you had on your shoulder) because I enjoyed it.  As more years passed, I learned more about my hobby.  It was the birth of my kids that drove me to improve my skills because I wanted every image I captured of them to be better than average.  Consequently, over the past 14 years, I began mastering composition, lighting, and the exposure triangle and I like to think my photos reflect that.

These blog posts are where I will show some the photos I take, along with photography related thoughts, hints, discoveries and projects.

Please follow me on social media (username @pixelperfectyou): Click on these links to get there Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. I truly appreciate it if you share what I post with your friends and family, especially if you find it interesting or cool.

Please visit the ‘about’ page on the website to see how to contact me about projects you may want me to work on for you.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you!

-Joe Tinervia

Owner and Photographer, Pixel Perfect You

http://www.pixelperfectyou.com

Self portrait. November 2014.

Self portrait. November 2014.

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