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Anthony Maddaloni was a shy kid who naturally avoided the spotlight. When his mother became concerned about his shyness, she bought him a camera, and at 10 years old Anthony found his calling. Nowadays, when the State of Texas isn't using his photography services, Maddaloni is showing students the ins and outs of using film cameras, digital cameras, and darkrooms. In addition to setting up shots, his talents also extend to teaching the alternative printing processes prominent in his portfolio's vintage-style cyanotype, black and white, and sepia images. During classes, students can expect to experiment at a number of wandering classroom locations, such as BookPeople and the grounds of the State Capitol, where human subjects and photogenic landscapes bloom before shutters.