Artist Feature | Cindy Loughridge

Cindy Loughridge is a lifestyle photographer based in San Francisco, CA, specializing in editorial, portrait, and wedding photography. Over the past 10 years, Cindy has documented her everyday, often shooting “nothing in particular” in order to find novel ways to turn the unremarkable into something more.

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Artist Feature | Joshua Allen Harris

Joshua Allen Harris was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he went on to study graphic design and illustration. After moving to New York City in 2004, he had the opportunity to attend the School of Visual Arts to pursue a degree in Fine Art. In 2012 Joshua began exploring photography. This medium allowed him to integrate all of his creative interests.

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Artist Feature | Pete Halvorsen

Pete Halvorsen is a commercial and travel photographer based out of Los Angeles, California. He grew up in the vineyard country of Northern California but moved to the beaches of Southern California after receiving his Film degree. He spent the next few years in the entertainment industry, learning how to tell stories with images.

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Artist Feature | Finn Beales

Finn Beales is an award-winning photographer based in the Black Mountains of Wales. He explores the interactions between dramatic natural vistas and the place humankind occupies in them. The unposed feel of the moments he creates foster a sense of time slowing down, of gentleness and appreciation for what is simple and respectful of the world around us.

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Artist Feature | Chris Ozer

Chris Ozer is a lifestyle photographer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY where he lives with his wife and two sons. Known for his refined cinematic style, his imagery invites you into warm and approachable moments within the context of a colorful, luminous world.

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Artist Feature | Evan Schwanke

February seemed like a fitting month to feature the reflective work of photographer Evan Schwanke. Evan’s light and shadow filled images carry themes of home, family and a simple life connected to the great outdoors. Focused on capturing the essence of his daily life with his Leica M9, he shares his visual diary on his cleverly named Tumblr, Home on the Rangefinder.

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Reintroducing Rebecca Lily

A year-long effort has finally come to fruition: the launch of my new branding, and relaunch of my website! I’m so thrilled with the new look and feel and hope you are too. This space was designed to be clean, restful and timeless, just like the products that are offered here, and my new logo is a nod to the delicate things in nature that inspire me.

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Pastel Post Processing and Fuji Colors

Since my earliest adventures in photography and post work, I have been drawn to the “pastel look” – a light, airy style with soft colors, glowy brightness, and subdued contrasts. Achieving this with my digital images required a lot of time and patience, and as I discovered, it was a rather difficult look to get right.

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Film vs. Digital: Fuji X-E1 vs. Fujifilm Pro 400H

After trading in my Nikon DSLR for a Fuji X-E1, I thought it would be interesting to compare Fuji’s film and digital color palettes side by side. One of the most important reasons I made the decision for the X-E1 was for Fuji’s colors. I find their palette the most appealing and easy to work with.

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