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Compiled by Eric Heinz
Florina Romoser, a certified photographer of the Professional Photographers of America, opened for business last week.
Most of her photography is portraiture of children and families, and she does a few weddings every year. On her website is a collection of maternity photos as well.
Romoser’s husband is in the U.S. Marine Corps, and they moved to San Clemente just recently.
“I’ve been doing photography five years professionally; I’ve been doing it a lot longer,” Rosomer said, adding she shoots with some of the highest quality cameras on the market.
She also wants to work with some medium format film, which are sizeable negatives.
“I love the creative process and I love working with people,” she said. “When people come to me, the way I differentiate myself from other photographers is you don’t just get a picture. You come to me for art. If you’re going to spend money on a professional photographer, I want you to have a piece of art you can hang on your wall.”
Clients can customize their sessions and tell her the goal of the photo.