Michael Barolet: Striving for the Intimate Photograph

Whether shooting friends just hanging out or capturing vast, open landscapes, Michael Barolet conveys a sincere intimacy that has become the hallmark of his work. His portraits negate any sense of pretense to reveal unfiltered and honest depictions of the people that he photographs. The impression is that these are real men, woman, and children who are both beautiful and flawed. Looking at his photographs of fields and woodlands is like staring down those visions that flicker in the mind’s ...

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