Monthly Archives: June 2011

Jennifer and Mike

Recently I decided to expand my little photography business. While I’ve been focusing on fashion, which I absolutely love, there are so many other opportunities to take great photos so I’ve decided to start doing more portraiture as well as … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: Model Portrait Series

I promised you all some new photos soon so here you are! A sneak peek from a very recent shoot I did with a couple models from Red Model Management and DBG Model Management: Instead of a complicated production of … Continue reading

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Props: Not Just for Films

I was supposed to do a fashion shoot this past Sunday which did not end up happening…but that’s a whole other story I won’t get into right now. Anyhow, I had planned quite a bit for this particular shoot, having … Continue reading

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Inspired by Art

The fashion industry has taken inspiration from art history for quite some time. Still, I find myself interested in Christian Louboutin’s F/W 2011 campaign. Shot by Peter Lippmann, the campaign recreates famous, classic paintings, creating quite a likeness to the … Continue reading

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Friday Photo Inspiration

Lately I’ve been coming across various photo blogs that I’m really loving. First was Awesome People Hanging Out Together, and now Dear Photograph. I mentioned Dear Photograph on my Facebook Fan Page, so if you’ve already “liked” me, then you’re … Continue reading

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In Focus

Some pretty interesting technology comes out of Silicon Valley all the time, but what I read about today has me REALLY intrigued. Lytro, a start-up company has some pretty exciting camera technology on their hands. Essentially, their new technology uses … Continue reading

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Invisible Artist

I wrote about “invisible” artist, Liu Bolin, a few months ago when I discovered his work. Now I discovered he’s been to the city! And yes, he created some of his “invisible” artist work here, having his assistants paint him … Continue reading

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