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To Be Rural

July 29th, 2014

by Liz Ream Tucked away on the western slope of Colorado, off the beaten path of the tourist-ridden ski towns speckling the beautiful state, is a small town of less than 3,000 people. Filled with hippies, hunters, farmers, ranchers and miners, North Fork Valley is the kind of place that most Denver residents have never even heard of. Colorado native Theo Stroomer was once was of these …

Jungle Living

July 28th, 2014

by Morgan Kazanjian What would you expect to find after driving 45 minutes down a dirt road through the Costa Rican jungle? Probably not a multi-million dollar home with amenities that would make most of us green with envy. That’s exactly why Lisa Corson was asked to photograph it for The Wall Street Journal’s “Mansion” section. Lisa used to be a photo editor for the …

Tears: Sara Stathas/

July 28th, 2014

Print Mailer: Whatever It Takes

July 25th, 2014

by Liz Ream Sometimes, finding just the right photography to fit your needs isn’t easy. And you may just need a little help. Which is why, for our July print mailer, we chose the below image from Atlanta-based photographer Fernando Decillis to remind creatives that when it comes to finding what you’re looking for, we’ll do Whatever It Takes. Fernando shot this image for a …

Tears: Nico Marques/ Contract

July 25th, 2014

Scouts of Honor

July 24th, 2014

by Liz Ream Recently, DC-based photographer Eli Meir Kaplan took a jaunt down to Goshen Scout Reservation in Virginia to shoot some personal work for the Boy Scouts of America. This was a natural light project, like most of Eli’s work, and filled with iconography that hasn’t changed much in the past 50 years. I chatted with Eli about his inspiration for the project: Goshen …

Art Meripol’s Summer of Smoke

July 23rd, 2014

by Liz Ream One of the main skills Art Meripol learned while working as a travel photographer for Southern Living for 25 years was that “great travel shoots are about letting the people tell the story of the place.” His recent project for the State of Alabama Department of Tourism required him to photograph 60-80 places, all with one thing in common: southern barbeque. The …

Tears: Dan Bannister/ Sunridge

July 23rd, 2014

Tears: Bryan Regan/ All About Beer

July 22nd, 2014

I Scream, You Scream

July 21st, 2014

by Liz Ream What do get when you give Kimberly Davis fourteen days, 1,900 miles, four cities, eight ice cream parlors and lots of yummy treats? One sweet photo series. Kimberly was recently approached to photograph two Austin locations for AAA’s Texas Journey magazine, but eventually negotiated the entire story to include eight parlors all across Texas, utilizing friends and family to cut costs for …

Tears: Leah Perry/ Sweetpea & Fay Cosmetics

July 21st, 2014

Weekend Links 7/19/14

July 19th, 2014

Hate these word crimes. Cute babies. The power of photoshop. World’s largest swimming pool. Extreme ink. Souls for sale. Celebrity dress up. Photographers in love. Photographers Update: Justin Mott featured in BBC Top Travel Images. Zachary Bako received 2nd place and 3rd place in Px3 Photography Competition.  

Covering a Champion

July 18th, 2014

by Liz Ream Last Friday, some pretty big news broke in the sports world. Four-time NBA MVP LeBron James announced his exit from Miami — where he led the Heat to four straight NBA Finals — to head back to his humble hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. LeBron didn’t announce his decision via a press conference like the average athlete. Then again, he’s no average athlete. …

Tears: Kristyna Archer/ TCW Magazine

July 18th, 2014

Taste of the Vineyard

July 17th, 2014

by Kelley King Martha’s Vineyard, a quaint island off the coast of Massachusetts, turns into a vacationer’s paradise during the summer months. Accessible only by boat or plane, the picturesque island boasts rocky beaches, clear waters and cool breezes, making it the ideal destination for New England socialites. Martha’s Vineyard-based photographer Elizabeth Cecil is one of the few residents who sticks around the island during the off-season, and …

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