Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    A project created by photographer Steve Rosenfield called "What I Be" takes his subjects deep into themselves to confront their insecurities. Then, by helping them focus on their entire beings , he hopes to bring acceptance to diversity. 'I am not my mistakes' is seen here.
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my femininity.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my PTSD.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my bulimia.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my masculinity.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my gender.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my amputation.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my abortion.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my bulimia.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my molestation.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my body image.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my turban.'
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
  • Photographer Steve Rosenfield Exposes His Subjects Insecurities

    'I am not my adoption.' For information on this project or to view the full series please visit Steve's <a href="http://www.whatibeproject.com/" target="_blank">website</a> or like him on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/SteveRosenfieldPhotography" target="_blank">Facebook.</a>
    Steve Rosenfield Photography
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