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  • Mattia Balsamini: The West Family

    May 28, 2015
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    Mattia Balsamini recently shot "The West Family," a personal project about the people of the Pordenone Rodeo, a hoedown complete with cowboy hats, mechanical bull rides and square dances in his hometown of Pordenone, Italy. Yes, you read that right—it's a rodeo In Italy, and it's as odd as it sounds.
  • Dan Perez: Foodography

    May 27, 2015
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    Mom always told you it's not polite to play with your food, but did she ever say anything about photographing it? No matter how much self control you have, we're all guilty of taking and/or posting a phone picture of our meal…

  • Dylan Priest: Made in Pittsburgh

    May 19, 2015
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    It's no secret that Pittsburgh is known for being home to many, many hardworking individuals. The city, which was once known as a hard-knocks town but is now well into a period of prosperity, is a haven for artisans and skilled workers of all kinds. Dylan Priest's latest series of videos, "Made in Pittsburgh," highlights the people that epitomize that "do-it-yourself" attitude, and thrive in a region that appreciates good craftsmanship.
  • Grace Chon: Cedars-Sinai POOCH Volunteer Program

    May 18, 2015
    Photographer News
    OK, I'll admit it—I'm a sucker for any type of dog photography. That's why when I came across Grace Chon's new series of portraits shot to create trading cards for Cedars-Sinai's POOCH volunteer program, I knew I had to feature it on the blog...
  • Angela DeCenzo: Discovering Copenhagen for Coastal Living

    May 14, 2015
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    It's always a dream-come-true when a photographer's personal travels lineup with the needs of a client. That scenario recently played out for Angela DeCenzo, whose photographs of Copenhagen appear in the May issue of Coastal Living.
  • Billy Delfs: The Pride of Mitchell’s

    May 13, 2015
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    For the last two years, Lakewood, Ohio-based photographer Billy Delfs has been making photos of what Mitchell's Homemade—a popular brand of ice cream with stores throughout Ohio—prides itself on: responsibly sourced, local ingredients...
  • Sarah Lim: Boy Meets Girl Thaumatrope

    May 12, 2015
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    Sarah Lim's latest promo is just the cutest. There's really no other way to describe it. Inspired by Valentine's Day and old school Valentines with hand-lettering and packaging, Sarah designed a "thaumatrope," a 19th century optical illusion toy that, when spun, seems to blend the images on each side into one...
  • Rodrigo Ceballos: Pet Peeves

    May 11, 2015
    Photographer News
    Everyone has something that makes them tick. Whether it's dishes in the sink, pens with chewed caps or nearly empty quarts of milk put back in the fridge, we've all got our own pet peeves. Recently, Mexico City photographer Rodrigo Ceballos found inspiration in those tiny annoyances that are just a little too irritating to ignore—his personal project, Pet Peeves, gives us a quirky look at the pet peeves we all experience in our everyday lives.
  • Sean Malyon: The Prince’s Trust

    May 7, 2015
    Photographer News
    UK-based photographer Sean Malyon recently got the opportunity to work on a pretty special assignment. The project was his "most rewarding job" as he puts it.
  • Aaron Tait: Recovering From Cyclone Pam in Vanuatu

    May 6, 2015
    Photographer News
    Two months ago, Cyclone Pam touched down in Vanuatu, an island nation located off the northeastern coast of Australia. Pam was one of the strongest storms to ever hit the South Pacific, and will likely go down as one of the worst natural disasters in Vanuatu's history. According to the BBC, the cyclone left 24 dead, 3,300 displaced and many more in need of aid for food and water.
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