Clayton Bozard

Clayton Bozard

Clayton Bozard is a photographer from USA. Clayton Bozard is specialized in , photography.

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Clayton Bozard

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added on Saturday, May 30th, 2009


Clayton Bozard is a Editorial portrait and music photographer based in Columbia, South Carolina.

Clayton Bozard’s passion for photography originated in his hometown of Orangeburg, South Carolina. Clayton began his photographic journey as a hobby. Over time, he has honed his skills and focused primarily on the art, and quintessential essence of “freezing a moment in someone’s life.”

As a professional photographer, Clayton has an innate ability to capture character in every photograph through the use of lighting and stunning surroundings. He has a natural eye for the beauty of simplicity and the capacity to seize your attention in a single frame. He strives to capture the true emotion, personality, and intensity in each of his subjects. His portfolio consists of musicians, models, and countless others simply yearning for a chance to have a “natural” capture the light in their eyes.

Comments on Clayton Bozard

  1. Can you please explain how some of the photographers are labeled “best in the world” I am not sure if it is a lack of criterion in the submission process or what, but some of these photographers seem sub-par and very, very banal.

    henry on June 4th, 2009 at 6:35 am
  2. Do note: plsr. is very fresh not to say ‘beta’. If some images seem below your expectations feel free to say so. It’s up to you visitors to determine the very ‘best’.

    Nonetheless plsr. is trying to keep a certain quality standard and working on that day by day – so any feedback is muchly appreciated.

    plsr on June 4th, 2009 at 9:23 am
  3. I guess some photographers seem to be top-notch and others seem sub-par. And some people are too judgemental.

    I still think the quality of this website is extremely high.

    Tim on July 6th, 2009 at 8:25 pm
  4. surely Its subjective isnt it? Whilst not everything on here is my cup of tea it doesnt mean its not up to scratch.

    Banality- does that necessarily equal no good? Eggleston and to a certain extent Gursky are purveyors of the banal yet their work speaks for itself…

    Keep up the good work PLSR

    Martin brent on December 1st, 2009 at 7:06 pm

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