Tina Manley has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years. She specializes in documentary photography of families and has traveled to more than 67 countries photographing people. Her cameras are Leica rangefinders. The cameras are unobtrusive, quiet, durable, and wonderful for low-light photography.
Tina's award-winning photographs have been published in National Geographic, British Heritage, Newsweek, Charlotte Observer, Boston Globe, Earth Watch, Foreign Service Journal, Readers' Digest, Natural History, Transitions Abroad, and many more newspapers and magazines. Her portfolio was featured in Photographers' Forum, Photo Techniques, and The Art of Photographing Children.
Documentary projects, ongoing and completed, include Dimes for Hunger, Families of Abraham, Family of Man II, Families of Honduras, Women of Guatemala, Medical Mission, People of Iran, Faces of Iraq, Incredible India, China Today, and Kenya.