On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to Eduardo Ortiz, street photographer, workshop teacher, and Instagram account curator from Chile.
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Eduardo Ortiz was born in 1990 in Los Angeles, Chile. Although he grew up in San Antonio, he considers Valparaiso the city where he woke up as an artist. Shortly after he finished his studies in classical guitar, he began to travel the world to expand his horizons. Since 2016 he became a full-time traveller, a time when he also forged a strong cooking portfolio and developed a deep obsession with the Art of Photography.
He participated in organizing workshops alongside many great photographers such as Andreas Kamoutsis (Fujifilm X-Photographer based in Athens), Mark Fearnley (a well-known fine art street photographer based in London), and Richard Kopacz (a UK photographer based in Istanbul). As well as collaborating with multiple well-known photographers such as Matt Hall and Gareth Danks, among others.
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