Carlos Zamora Photography

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Cleaning out a cluttered drawer can lead to many great discoveries. That long lost flash drive, five ChapSticks, and hundreds of screws to assemble Ikea furniture. Recently, I found something that made me happy but also a bit sad. I found an old cell phone…

Memories and ChapStick


Sharing photography tips with strangers is risky business. I usually don’t offer any help unless it’s very obvious that help is needed then I politely ask if I can lend a hand. I was having a late diner during a recent trip to Santiago Chile…

Sharing my love of photography!


  Massages are great but it’s very important to find the right therapist. I prefer a deep tissue massage and after being let down a few times I finally found Julie Ann. My body type is on the large side but Julie Ann’s techniques are…

Julie Ann Woodman – LMP

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Over the past few years I’ve noticed that a lot of photography themes deal with sad and unpleasant subjects. War, addiction, and other forms of suffering make for compelling photography but I believe they aren’t ideal to inspire happiness or turn a bad day into…

Project “Happy”



Click HERE to lean about my new October event!



Click HERE to lean about my new October event!


This past Labor Day weekend, Lori and I headed off to Prosser for some fun and relaxation, not to mention wine tasting. I initially thought to pack my digital camera but instead decided to pack my 30 year old Polaroid SX-70. I also packed a…

Smile, it’s a Polaroid



Click HERE to learn about my new August event!

Christian and his daughter were having a serious discussion about Dora the Explorer, she wasn't very happy I interrupted.

I get a thrill out of meeting and talking with new people and since I’m a photographer I want to take a photo. My wife and I recently visited Sayulita, Mexico and I was fortunate to have met some interesting folks. I met people everywhere,…

Beach Portrait Series – Sayulita, Mexico


Click HERE to learn about my art project being featured in this years Seattle Erotic Art Festival!


I love using different kinds of media to create special family portraits. The first photo is created with a Polaroid SX-70 from about 1970 and it looks fantastic! I love the dreaminess of the photo and all its imperfections but the lovely family is still…

Step out of the norm with these unique vintage portraits.