My name is Cardell R. and I’m a photographer/cinematographer who has a passion for creating works of art that are truly original, spectacular, and a true reflection of natural beauty.

After having been blessed with an incredibly loving and supportive family, I decided at a very early age I wanted to become a world-class photographer.

With God’s help, I succeeded beyond my wildest dreams. In addition to learning the technical aspects of photography from some of the best teachers in the world (my father and uncles), I developed an innate talent and creative genius for bringing out the very best.

I have traveled all over the globe taking photos for various clients, I always come back home to Los Angeles where I have the luxury of working with my favorite models, helping them achieve their goals, and creating stunning images that capture their hearts, their beauty, and their essence.

Cinema Peoples Blog and My Journey 

The blog started to share my experience with the people who care and want to be in any of these professions. I love to write and share my knowledge about photography and cinematography. 

Besides, I also plan to share recommendations for tools and equipment. I hope this blog will be a useful resource for photographers, filmmakers, and other creatives. 

I have learned so much from my readers and subscribers! It’s a great joy and honor to interact with all of you. 

As you can see, I have already begun to share my wisdom on this website. In fact, if you scroll down just a little, you will find a few articles I wrote a long time ago. These are some of my earliest works of art and they are truly spectacular! But more importantly, these articles contain important nuggets of truth and wisdom about being a world-class photographer and/or cinematographer. If these pieces of writing can help even one person achieve his or her dreams, it will be more than worth the time spent reading them.

There are many other gems and pearls of wisdom buried within these pages. So, take some time and start reading and searching, and digging around. You’ll find something useful and it might even change your life!

Anyway, that’s it for now. I hope you enjoy the website and come back often.

“The camera makes you forget you’re there. It’s not like you are hiding but you forget, you are just looking so much.”

— Annie Leibovitz