Category: PHOTOGRAPHY

MOVEMENT + MOTION | #p52radness| March Self-portrait collection

MOVEMENT + MOTION | #p52radness| March Self-portrait collection

“Caution not spirit, let it roam wild; for in that natural state dance embraces divine frequency.” Next time you find yourself near someone new, or maybe with someone you have a history with,  a person you love perhaps, watch how they move. I’m no expert but I think those subtle subconscious movements can tell us plenty about …

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Dear Photographer | Sharing and celebrating the journey, Feature by Stormy Solis

Dear Photographer | Sharing and celebrating the journey, Feature by Stormy Solis

CIRCA MAY 2011 Dear past self, just starting out on this photography journey. You don’t know it now, but this isn’t going to be the short-lived, side-gig that you think you’re trying out. You’re going to stumble upon what feels like your calling and your heart is going to be all in on this. The …

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REDEFINE | Taking a creative leap doing Horse Photography feature by That Girl Pearl Photography

REDEFINE | Taking a creative leap doing Horse Photography feature by That Girl Pearl Photography

Photographing horses had always been a creative dream of mine. The initial challenge I faced was my own insecurity and fear. I was so reluctant to ask anyone if I could photograph their horses. It took five years of living by my neighbor who has three horses before I finally had the nerve to go ask if I could photograph them. I realize just saying that sounds so crazy. It is so sad how much we deny ourselves by letting fear take over the driving wheel. My approach for this horse shoot was to capture these beautiful animals in the area they call home, in the same manner, I conduct my family lifestyle sessions. Start by observing how they interact with each other at their own home and not pose them at all.

BE INSPIRED Session | Feature by Sarah Gupta

BE INSPIRED Session | Feature by Sarah Gupta

approach my photography much like how I approach a painting.I am a painter and illustrator first. Photography came to me about 7 years ago after realizing that I did not have the time to paint or draw anymore. I was working full time and traveling a lot. Creating art is a part of who I am. I needed to find a way to express myself more quickly than sitting down and producing a painting. Because I am a painter, I am drawn to fine art. I have been learning and teaching myself through much trial and error with editing techniques how to produce the images that I want through photography. Each photo I take I already know how I want to edit it and what I want it to look like before I press the shutter button.