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Roberto Valenzuela

Roberto Valenzuela


Roberto Valenzuela is a photographer sponsored by Canon USA and thus a member of the Canon Explorer of Light program. He has been an International first place winner three times and has been recognized by his peers as one of the ten most influential photographers and educators in the world. He has earned over 100 International awards for his wedding and portrait photography.

Roberto was named Top 50 Wedding Photographers in the World by Junebug Weddings and for many years has been featured on the exclusive "Platinum List" of hand-selected photographers by Grace Ormonde, the editor-in-chief of "Grace Ormonde Wedding Style" magazine. Roberto has been featured as a wedding photography expert in various publications, including Cosmopolitan Bride magazine, Rangefinder magazine, and Professional Photographers of America magazine. Roberto Valenzuela is the world's top-selling author in the "wedding photography" book category.

His book "Picture Perfect Posing" broke the sales record for single book sales in his publisher's 27-year history. In March 2016 Roberto released "Picture Perfect Lighting," which reached the #1 spot in its category on pre-orders alone. All of Roberto's books have been translated into many languages.

Roberto serves as chair and judge for some of the largest photographic print competitions in the world, including competitions in Europe, Mexico, South America, and the Middle East -- and the annual Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) competition held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Outside the world of photography, Roberto is a high-performance remote control helicopter pilot, a (not so amazing anymore) classical guitarist, and a table tennis fanatic. He is also a major foodie, searching for the most amazing red wine and the most pungent cheese. His search for the perfect steak is over, though; he found it in the Japanese Wagyu.

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