Monthly Archives: January 2010

Let Them Eat Cake!

Oh Marie Antoinette. Not very original, I know. Forgive me. I must say, though, that I do kind of adore the Kirsten Dunst spin on the young queen’s life. How can you not love this? The colors! The cakes! The … Continue reading

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Blurring the Lines: The Photographer as Celebrity

There are many photographers today who are extremely well-known in the industry as well as outside of the industry. Some are not only well-known, but perhaps famous in their own right. Case in point: Annie Leibovitz. I would venture to … Continue reading

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The Droste Effect

There are seemingly infinite possibilities available in Photoshop to alter a photo, change the effects. So, I thought it was quite interesting when I stumbled across a group of photos rounded up from the web by My Modern Met of … Continue reading

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Polaroid Goes Gaga

In a rather unexpected move, it was announced last week at CES that Polaroid had selected none other than Lady Gaga as Creative Director. The official press release can be found on the Polaroid site. And Gaga has the business … Continue reading

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Wintry Weather

I’ve had a bit of a cold this past week/weekend which is never fun. Always makes me feel terribly unproductive. I did get brunch in with A as well as a housewarming party. My new lighting kit also got here! … Continue reading

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A Case for the Photoshop of Horrors

As in anything, in photography, and particularly when it comes to fashion photography, it’s in the editing process that things can go awry. We all know that Photoshop is used, generally to enhance images. We see it on magazine covers … Continue reading

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Music and Lyrics…and Photos

Ever considered the musical quality of a photo before? I can’t say that I ever have, one being visual and the other auditory, but it’s certainly an interesting concept. And now it’s also a reality. I came across an article … Continue reading

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