Our final set from the Rhinestone Project takes a softer approach to a pop art motif for the holidays
How many different ways are there to process a digital photograph? Hundreds of thousands. Each image gives us a chance to be creative and we’ve taken those opportunities with these new editorial portraits of our friend Emily.
New construction creates a new light, but as the light of a city changes, so do the shadows. What we find in those shadows are pieces of a city so often overlooked but portions that give depth and meaning to the changes happening around them.
Having grown sick and tired of external entities attempting to dictate the what, where, why, when, and how of personal expression, we created a set of images simply as a way to blow off steam and we don’t care what you think of them or if they offend you.
A recent shoot gave us the opportunity to make a comparison to a shoot with the same model under similar circumstances five years ago. Take a look as she lets us into her personal life as we revisit My Space.
We turned the kids’ outdoor playtime into an opportunity to study motion and how that affects our perception of the world. Take a look at this unique gallery that is different from the established norm.