Michigan man taking ‘porchraits’ of families in coronavirus quarantine to help community. By Brandon Champion | firstname.lastname@example.org A Michigan photographer is using his camera, some humor and a dash of tequila-inspired creativity to help his community during the coronavirus pandemic. John Martin, who owns John F. Martin Photography, Inc., has done it all with a camera. Photojournalism, weddings, senior pictures and family portraits. More recently, promotional work for Michigan’s auto companies. But the outbreak of COVID-19 in the state has brought those opportunities to a standstill, forcing Martin to find creative ways to find work. Thus, “porchraits” were born. What’s a...
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