Portrait and Commercial Photography

Angel Navarro - Photographer

About the Photographer


Portrait and Commercial Photography

My name is Angel Navarro and I am a professional portrait and commercial photographer and photography instructor in the Sarasota and Bradenton areas. I really enjoy my work as a photographer and, hopefully, I can demonstrate that through the imagery I can create for you. I also very much enjoy teaching photography to other emerging photographers, which requires that I also stay on top of my game. You could say, I am continually building on my knowledge of photography as I prepare to teach others the skills I have received.

My work is never the result of coincidence. I have worked hard for nearly two decades perfecting my craft, understanding that great photography is never about good luck. I whole-heartedly believe that great photography is intentional! “Good photography is nice… but, great photography is much better!”

You can also view my portrait and commercial photography work on these websites:
Portrait Portfolio: www.angelnavarrophotography.com
Commercial Portfolio: www.angelnavarroproductions.com

I create imagery

The job of a photographer is to paint with light [that’s the definition of photography]. As a portrait and commercial photographer, I use imagination, creativity, the environment and the properties of light to create images that are truly appealing. In short, I approach every shoot as a unique opportunity to create the very best work I can for my client(s).

I make it unique

Photography is not a product to be served without a relationship. Getting to know my clients before a photo shoot is very important. It allows me the opportunity to fashion an experience that is both enjoyable and unique to the individual. My goal is to make photography a fun experience and in the process produce the results that will satisfy my client(s).

I do it all

Don’t misunderstand my statement, I do use assistants, make-up artists and additional photographers. But when it comes to creating and developing my product, I am indeed a micromanager. Creating a ‘look’, setting up lighting, posing, retouching, printing, packaging and delivery of product(s)—it is all the product of my direct involvement. You are receiving my vision and work as an artist!


My creativity is at your disposal.