Joe Yayo Photography Male Photographer


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Jul 24, 2018
Depends on Assignment
Jul 02, 2011

About Me

Thanks for stopping by my profile. Feel free to tag. Feedback is most welcomed. For any inquires, please send me a message. :)

Here is just a little bit about myself. I'm a Colombian born, Texas raised full-time filmmaker and part-time AV tech. I've had a tv/film producer profile representing my film work on here since 2008 and you can find it in my top friends. Here, what you see, is a sampling from some of the shoots that I've done over the years with amateur models and musical artists, for the most part.

I started out doing lingerie and implied nude type shoots, but have expanded into other areas with time. I've been told that I have a good eye, but I know that I need to shoot more often in order to expand my portfolio, so I'm still open to trying other genres. I like to work with people that have a passion for what they do, take chances, take good direction and show up on time.


I'm looking to get more into boudoir photography, specifically, models from their mid 30's to mid 40's. Also interested in photographing artistic nudes of various types. Open to TFP with the right models.


I'm open to TFCD shoots with models that I feel can add to my portfolio in some way. My rates are $150 for actor head-shots. Two looks. For all other type of shoots it's $250 for two looks and $100 for each look after that. Location and Hair/Make-up fees are not included.


I typically touch up four photos per look. Anything after that will be $25 per photo. I don't get too crazy with photoshop. I mainly touch them up for brightness/contrast, color, blemishes, scars and background adjustments. I also apply a filter to soften the skin, but not to the point where it looks too unnatural. I have no problem with concepts that call for experimenting, but I prefer my subjects to look as real as possible. If you want to look like a painting or a cartoon and that is not the concept, then I'm not your guy. :)

I also don't do digital backgrounds. I prefer real backgrounds in a studio or real locations.


Turn around for photos depends on the scope and scale of the shoot. If time permits, I usually email smaller jpeg versions within 48 hours for you to look them over and pick out the ones you like the most. I find that this generally works better with most clients.


I don't have a problem giving anyone a copy of the raw photos right after the shoot if they ask for one, just as long as they agree on paper not to butcher them afterwards. I've seen some people try to get "creative" with my photos in the past and it wasn't pretty. lol! Unless, it's a collaboration that calls for someone else to edit the photos I take, it's basically tampering with the original vision of the photographer and that's not only never good, but it also violates copyright law.

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