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- 04/12/16--10:34: Daily Update - April 12th
- 04/13/16--05:38: Before & After with Eastlyn Bright Tolle
- 04/13/16--10:06: Daily Update - April 12th
- 04/14/16--05:58: 10 Questions: Danelle Bohane
- 04/14/16--14:57: Daily Update - April 14th
- 04/15/16--09:12: SHOW YOUR GEAR - Azulclarito Casiblanco R. Varela
- 04/15/16--13:25: Daily Update - April 15th
- 04/16/16--13:27: Daily Update - April 16th
- 04/16/16--15:22: Artist of the Month - Ronny Garcia
Canon 50mm f/1,4
Canon 100mm f/2
Tamron 24-70mm 2.8 VC
Sigma Art 35mm 1.4
- 04/16/16--18:49: Daily Update - April 17th
- 04/18/16--07:03: Daily Update - April 18th
- 04/18/16--09:00: Missed the Train: Staff Picks
- 04/19/16--11:00: Daily Update - April 19th
- 04/20/16--00:18: Daily Update - April 20th
- 04/21/16--05:27: 10 Questions: Susann and Yannic
- 04/21/16--07:00: Daily Update - April 21st
- 04/21/16--10:00: Then & Now - Daniel Sprague
- 04/21/16--20:20: Daily Update - April 22nd
- 04/24/16--08:55: Daily Update - April 24th
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Daily Update - April 12th
"There is too much competitive crap out there, it's time to love." Eastlyn
Couple weeks ago, our friend and colleague Eastlyn Bright Tolle had us all aghast at the gorgeousness of this image. So, yeah, we got on the proverbial horn to find out from Eastlyn what's what. She did not disappoint, to say the least. But don't take our word for it. See for yourselves. And, enjoy!
Eastlyn. You. Go!
I live in Ohio with my husband Joshua. We like living here because not only does it have an extremely affordable cost of living, both our families still live here, as well; but because there isn't a lot of scenic variety, we travel often. Together, we enjoy long road trips filled with creating goofy snapchats (no joke, we're serious about our goofy road trip videos), camping in the woods, and fast strenuous hiking, especially hikes that take us above tree line. So far, my favorite hikes include the Eagle River Trail in Oregon, Cathedral Rock in Sedona, Slieve League in Donegal, Ireland, and my all time favorite to date, Mount Roberts Summit in Juneau. The feeling of accomplishing something that hard and then being rewarded with serene moments by a waterfall or lake, or with a lofty summit view, is unmatched. The longest I've ever hiked in one day is 16 miles, and it was so painfully hard. As weird as it sounds, toward the end of that hike, all I could think about was pizza. So when we got back to the car, we immediately drove for pizza, and it was the best thing I ever tasted in my life.
Obviously, like all of you, I also love photography. Photography allows me to share my perspective with others in a way that not only captures what a moment looked like, but also what it felt like. Being able to freeze a physical moment and make it tangible, to me, is a gift. Creating images has caused me to view the world in a different way: every detail and every moment is important and beautiful. This “photographer” mindset, has taught me to live in the present. When I focus on what I am trying to capture, every ounce of my attention has to be on the now. To me, this is an incredible application to all of life. Being present to those we interact with everyday is crucial to living. People matter more than anything. And this is one of the reasons why I love this job so much. Telling other's stories with my camera is literally the greatest honor. Almost all sessions and weddings seem to put me back in the right direction and remind me that it’s not about “me,” that others matter more anything, and that when someone’s life is changing, I better get over myself and be present to the miracle in front of me.
By what artists/creatives are you influenced? What inspires you?
So many, but at the top of my list is . . .
Jonas Peterson. I was honored to hear Jonas speak at Yeah Field Trip, and I was inspired and brought to tears by his honesty and his heart for telling his couple's story. He never makes someone's wedding about himself. He's attentive and intentionally looks for what makes a couple's wedding special for them and focuses on capturing that. He's the one who has inspired me to be intentional about being present to the miracle and honor set in front of me. I keep coming back his resonating words, "I'd rather be a selfless photographer than a fearless photographer."
Wyn Wiley. Wyn just loves. He's one of the kindest and most sincere people I've ever met. We were internet friends for several years before I had the privileged of meeting him this past winter. He's the real deal. I've learned a lot from him in the creative and business aspect of photography, but what's had the most impact is his genuine heart. As an example of his character, after meeting me, he sent me a card just because. It encouraged me and made me feel valued. I want to be like him. I want to make other creatives in this industry feel encouraged and valued. I never want to give the impression of superiority. There is too much competitive crap out there, it's time to love.
Do you have a vision in mind before going out and shooting? Tell us about about your workflow and how the vision comes to life before shooting and in post.
My heartfelt desire is to photograph people and moments as they are. I may tell my clients where to stand, but I’m not the type of photographer who plans poses, I want to capture my couples in an honest state, because that what's beautiful. When you look at a photograph you should be able to not only see it, but feel its emotions. So my portrait sessions are unconventional, I'm not afraid to give direction, but I like to watch the moments play out on their own.
The only vision I have before shooting is getting to know the couples that my husband and I work with. For engagement sessions, we always like to meet with our couples beforehand for coffee and just get to know them and their stories; and we also share our story with them. Sharing couple-to-couple has really helped our clients feel comfortable with opening up to us and being raw in front of the camera.
In order for us to document a couple's story, from their engagement session to their wedding day, the very best that we can, I like to get to the guts and the bits and pieces and the intimacy of their story. I'm not just talking about their personal love story, I'm also talking about their individual stories. I want to know the whos and the whys. If they choose to add something special to their ceremony, or if they've chosen to wear an heirloom, I want to know. I want to know why they decided daisies over roses, or vise versa. I want to know what makes their traditional wedding nontraditional for them. I want to know their individual choices so that Josh and I can fully understand and capture the entirety of their story.
The goal of sessions is never the scenery or special effects, it's always the honest connection of the couple.
Now, tell us how this amazing image came together, from conception to completion.
As stated before, the goal of sessions is never the scenery or special effects, it's always the honest connection of the couple.
My husband and I met with Kyle and Sam before their session for coffee, and instantly connected. Although this was the first time we met, they felt like old friends. We went to the Franklin Conservatory in Columbus first, and although it was pretty we all felt cramped and restricted. We left there and had dinner together before heading to the Hoover Reservoir. The two most important technical aspects that Sam and Kyle wanted for their session was a sunset and to use smoke. At the reservoir we found a beautiful pine grove, and because it was after 7pm, the sun was low enough to create harsh directional, horizontal light and shadows. After taking a few shots, we decided that this was the perfect spot to use the smoke. I positioned Kyle and Sam in a light streak between two shadows, and then Josh lit a green smoke stick and ran around them. As the smoke moved through the air, Kyle and Sam embraced and kissed and connected; and with my Mark III, 35mm, and settings at f/2.2, ISO 100 and slightly underexposed at 1/80, I photographed my back lit subjects, taking one shot after another. It wasn't until I looked through my playback that I saw what we just created together. I showed Kyle and Sam, and we were all ecstatic.
Post processing was fairly simple. The in-camera image was already at great quality. For simplicity, I'm going to list my processing steps: 1) Portra 160+1, 2) Shadows +100, 3) Highlights +17, 4) White Clipping +54, 5) Black Clipping -17, 6) Contrast +10, 7) Orange Luminance Shift -12, 8) Yellow Luminance Shift +14, 9) Red Luminance Shift +42, 10) Green Luminance Shift +23, 11) Yellow Saturation Shift +5, 12) Red Saturation Shift +42, 13) Removed all grain, 14) Exported and then applied 100% grain to blocked up shadows in Alien Skin Exposure. And that's all folks.
In summary, the smoke illumined the sunbeams that were already shining in between Kyle and Sam's embrace. The true beauty, to me, is their beautiful connection--the sunbeams and smoke just actuated it.
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Before & After with Eastlyn Bright Tolle
CameronThorp - Kodak Gold 200
Chad Zellner - Fuji 160C+
KOJI SESE - kodak portra 400
kotaniemi stephanie LXC 05
Remi-Schouten - Fuji Provia 400x
Ryan Learoyd - kodak Portra 400
stephanie rogers - kodak portra 400 NC
tom saimon - agfa vista 100
wendy shepherd - kodak portra 160+1
Wojtek Dlugosz - LXC 04
Daily Update - April 12th
Auckland based New Zealand photographer, Danelle Bohane, started
photography when her grandfather bought her a camera when she was still
young. From there it has been a journey of discovery inspired by her love
of people, art and connections.
10 Questions: Danelle Bohane
Ryan Longnecker - RL 01
Rachel Waters - Kodak Gold 100
Brandon Tormanen - Kodak Ultra Max400 +++
David Heidrich - mastin fuji 400
David Heidrich - mastin fuji 400
Jakayla Jewel Rivers
Kadek Artayasa - Kodak portra 160
sara monika - kodak gold 400 vibrant
Kyle Ford - Mastin 400H
Maria Sinoradzki - Kodak Gold
Matt Frost - LXC 03
Rodolfo Fernandes - LxC 04
Daily Update - April 14th
Who are you? Introduce yourself and tell us what kind of photography you are into!
My name is Thais, I am 31 years old and I am from the north of Spain. I have been working as a photographer for 4 years now.
My work could be defined as “personal”. I take photographies of my environment, everyday things/common things... or just images that come to my mind which I need to put on paper (o illustrate)/I feel the necessity/need to capture them.
Portraits are also a part of my job that I like to emphasize./When it comes to my work, portraits stand out. I love making portraits. The reason why I love them it's a mystery I need to find out. I should think about it consciously. I find it quite poor to just say “because I love making them”.
Human beings express millions of feelings and sensations that words sometimes can not explain.
To me, taking a picture of them is like decoding a part of these human beings. It is a way that allows you to keep forever a small piece of each.
Which Camera(s) do you use?
I only work with one camera I bought after saving many extra dollars. It is a Canon Eos 5D.
Its contrasts and standard color fascinates me. The only negative point is its small screen and only admits Compact Flash which is far too expensive.
What are your lenses? What do you like about them?
I have bought several objectives through the years before I find the appropriate one.
You could find in my bag a 50mm f1.8 or a 85mm f1.8 or a 24-70 f4. I finally sold them all to buy the one I am using today in any occasion, a 35mm f1.4 Sigma Art. It has a really quick focusing and an awesome image quality. Its focal length allows you to take a good picture of any situation whether it is a portrait or a landscape, for example.
Which is your favorite lens and why?
What do you use for carrying your Equipment? Bags, Straps tell us everything!
I use a basic backpack. I have not tried belts or straps. I thinkmy backpack is enough to carry my camera.
What´s your favorite “everyday” Camera?
I only own one camer and that is my beloved 5d classic.
What are your Accessories? Tripod(s), Flash, Filter etc.?
When I started photography, I was really interested by the “Strobist method”, this is why I have several flashes, remote controls, tripods... But through the years, I realized that kind of photography did not match with the way I see things. Now, I only use the sunlight and a small led light that helps me to illuminate by night.
But the truth is I am not a fan of night photography.
Which Computer System do you use? Mac or PC? Why?
Mac OsX. Just because.
Where do you edit? On your Desktop? On your couch while drinking beer? On the road?
I usually edit at home. I sold my Tv because I did not use it, so my Mac took its place. This is were I edit, in my living room. No beer, but a lot of coffee.
Which editing software do you use? Lightroom, PS, Capture One? Anything else?
Lightroom, always. It offers all you need to develop and edit photographs. I believe PS has too many tools andit may be more focused on graphic design work.
Tablet or mouse for editing?
Mouse, it´s the only thing i use.
Favorite Music while editing?
Normally, when I am editing I enjoy listening instrumental or ambient music. I love Jazz, Billie Holiday, Miles Davis, Fitzgerald... It depends on the day.
To gain fluidity in my work, I prefer listening to inspiring music rather than songs that could distract me.
What is on your whishlist?
My wishlist is completely dedicate to myself. I don´t make a living out of photography, but i want to give my pictures the final leap this year. And that´s why i want to learn, learn, learn and meet people.
Thanks for giving me this opportunity!
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This articel has been written by Sven Malojlo | Portrait- & Weddingphotographer
SHOW YOUR GEAR - Azulclarito Casiblanco R. Varela
Lukas Piatek - Tribe Archipelago LXC04
David Heidrich - mastin fuji 400
Heather Hawley - kodak Gold 100
Taylor Duggan - LXC 03
nicole barr - kodak portra 160-
Jodi Buckles - LXC04
Michael Tallman - Kodak Portra 160NC--
Diane Villadsen - fuji 400H+1
Thomas Morel - Fuji 160S+
alycia choroszucha - lxc03
elise meader - LXC 03
Diane Villadsen - Fuju 400H+1
Emily Magers - tribe archipelago LXC 04
alycia choroszucha - lxc03
Daily Update - April 15th
rosy gaytan - fuji 400h+1-
Phil Wenger - LXC 03 C
Marzena Hans - D&H
Anji Martin - Kodak Portra 160
Priscila Valentina - Fuji 400H
Sara Kane - Fuji Provia
Karina Medvedev - Kodak E200
Kary & Tae
Erin Trimble - LxC 01
Diane Villadsen - fuji 400H+1
Daily Update - April 16th
One person has been rocking our socks off in the past weeks in our groups ! Ronny Garcia never failed to amaze us with all of his stunning images. Let's get to know him some more .
Where do you live and how is your life at the moment?
I live in Santiago (Chile). About my life i can say i'm living one the most beautiful moment in my life, i found a person who l love and makes me so happy, i just finish the university and in the last 2 years i started in photography who is one of my biggest love.
I always say to myself that the life is like a roulette no matter what you do is always full ofups and downs, so you just really have to enjoy every single moment and try to be happy.
How did you got into photography?
Well the photography came into my life in a moment i wasn't expecting.
In late 2013 i found some image on internet that really grabbed my attention (i always have been connected with art in general, i've been drawing since i was 14 or so), i started to search more and more about this kind of image (all them were conceptual photography), so i decided i wanted to buy a camera and try this.
Believe me from the moment i took the camera in my hands i knew this is what i wanted to do, i just can't explain the connection i felt and how this filled my heart, my brain, my soul in such an incredible way.
Have passed 2 years and half since that moment, and i just can't imagine my life without photography
What gear are you using?
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Well this is such difficult question, butthe only thing i hope is to have the same passion and love i'm feeling for photography now, because the future can come in so many ways that we never know.
How would you describe your way of taking pictures?
Most of my ideas are made first on papers, i try to plan as many things as is possible on my pictures, from the clothes until the poses, thinking also in the atmosphere that the picture should have. After i complete all those stuff come the post processing, here i decided which color would be the best for the picture ( ihave an obsession with colors, so i'm always unsatisfied with them lol), also fix all the details to make the image the most similar ofwhat i have in mind.
Where do you take your inspiration from ?
Well i think for me a lot of my inspiration come from internet, i pass a lot of hours in front of my computer because of my work so i see a lot of things like illustrations, paintings, photographs so i think this is one the things that most influence my work. Also i can mention some photographers that have been a great inspiration for me in the last time:
How are you influenced by the area where you live ?
i live in a area that is full of building, cars, and a lot of people, things that really can be so stressful, all those things forced me to try to scape in a way from that, so i think that's the reason why most of my pictures are taking outside with nature.
Please follow Ronny and his amazing work !
His Fanpage https://www.facebook.com/ronnygarciaphotography/
His Instagram https://www.instagram.com/_ronnygarcia/
His Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/ronnygarcia/
His website http://www.ronnygarcia.org/
Artist of the Month - Ronny Garcia
Alicia Chandler - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Andrea Lowry - Tribe Archipelago LXC 02
Diane Villadsen - Fuji 400H+1
Jenny Yarmolyuk - Kodak Gold
Kevin Layton - Kodak UltraMax 400+++
Liam Rimmington - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Mary Claire Stewart - Fuji 160C
Michal Augustowski - Kodak Gold
Muhamad Alfadhlee Muhamad Razif
Phil Archambault - Kodak Gold 100
Pil Wenger - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Tara Johansen - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Tarah Sweeney - Agfa Vista 100
Tarah Sweeney - Agfa Vista 100
Taylor Sadler - Kodak BW400CN
Daily Update - April 17th
Courtney Day - Agfa Vista 100
Cyndi Greenwalt - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Evangelos Civas - Kodak Portra 160+1
Jeannie Albers - Kodak Portra
Jessica Manns - Kodak Portra 400 Film
Kris and Lauren Penland - Kodak Portra 160++
Marie Carmel - Kodak Gold 100 Portrait
Miro Kalliola - Kodak UltraMax 800
Miss Lyss Photography - Kodak Gold 100+++
Rafal Borek - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Ryan Chard Smith - Fuji 160C
Daily Update - April 18th
I chose this because of the very real and nostalgic feeling it portrays. - Daniel Aaron Sprague
I love the silence in this image. The simplicity, the shadows. I can hear the ocean in the background and the birds flying overhead, but yet there is an eery silence. Great tones too. - Ari Dorfman
Awesome couple, awesome tones, awesome composition! One of my favorite shots last week! - Lukas Piatek
This shot couldn't have been as dramatic in color. The dark textures of her hair and the bird's feather balance off the image perfectly with the overwhelming white of the background. - Titilola Samuel
The composition is spot on. The symmetry, the antlers, the pose. It's all just very lovely to look at. Well done! - Jacob Loafman
Daniel Aaron Sprague
I just love the awesome colors. It´s like a perfect Band Cover. All the expressions just make me smile and take a closer look. That´s what makes it a great photo IMO. And because of Daniel! - Sven Malojlo
Dreamy and ethereal.. love the shot and the use of the post production, a perfect combo! - Amy-Leigh Atkins
It was hard to pick one from this series of 5. I love the author’s vision. The graphic overlay was done just in the right colour and gradient. An image I would expect to see hit a popular band’s record album. - Julianna Koh Blackwell
Missed the Train: Staff Picks
Carolina Klusacek - Agfa Vista 100
Jamie Nicole Scott
Jason Shelton - Kodak Gold 200
Josh Hartman - Tribe Archipelago LXC 02
Katelyn Ludwig - Kodak Gold
Kris and Lauren Penland - Kodak Portra 160++
Maggie Hood - Kodak Portra 160
Makyala Apostolou - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Natalie Thomas - Agfa Vista 100
Paulina Duczman - Agfa Vista 400+
Pedro Lopes - Kodak Portra 400
Piotr Wlodarczyk - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Sarah Haimes - Kodak Gold 100
Sarah Pavitt - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Daily Update - April 19th
Alec Mills Photography - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Alyssa Brule - Portra 400+1++
Celestine Aerden - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Eviatar Klopstock - Kodak Gold 200
Henry Lowther - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Hugo Coelho - Kodak Royal Gold 400
Maggie Hood - Kodak Portra 400+1 Vibrant
Marie Carmel - Kodak Portra 400
Peter Olvera - Kodak Portra 160+1
Ricardo Quintana - Tribe Archipelago LXC
Stefan Gatzke - Kodak Portra 160+
Tyler Rodgers - Kodak Gold 400+++
Daily Update - April 20th
Berlin based photographers Susann and Yannic created a food blog “Kraut |
Kopf” 2 years ago to share their love on making good food during the off
Wedding season (Winter months) and have not looked back since.
10 Questions: Susann and Yannic
Alexa Pilato - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Amy Booker - Kodak Gold 100
Andreas Stamikow - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Andrzej Sosinski - Kodak Gold 100-
Carey Nash - Kodak Portra
Elise Meader - Kodak Gold 100
Helena and laurent
Jamal Amya - Tribe Archipelago LXC 05
Jamie Johnston - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Marcelo Batista - Red Leaf Fernweh B&W
Megan Krueger Smith
Sharyar Memon - Tribe Archipelago LXC 03
Daily Update - April 21st
Hi, my name is Daniel Sprague. I was born in Worcester, Mass and I live in Dover, New Hampshire with my family. I love tacos and pizza and beer and wine and liquor and traveling to find all those things.
How did you learn photography?
My first formal training was at a small art school in southern Maine.
What year were your "Then" pictures taken in?
Around 2008 - 2009
What did you do to better your photography skills?
I shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and shot and I am still shooting.
What is one piece of advice you would give to a new photographer to help them excel in their craft?
Shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot. Take breaks from looking at other photographer's work. Then shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and shoot and keep shooting. I am showing some of my oldest and most embarrassing work because I want everyone who thinks they will never be as good as they want to be to know that almost every single one of us started in the same place. It is about struggling through and putting the time in to become what you know you like. You have good taste, hold on to it, and just keep creating work until it aligns with your good taste. Here go watch this so you can hear someone who is good at talking explain what I mean https://vimeo.com/85040589
What gear do you use and what is your favorite preset?
90% of all my work is shot with a Canon 35L 1.4 lens on Canon 5D Mark II. I spent about a year editing and tweaking the Portra 400++ VSCO preset and now I use that for nearly every photo. It looks nothing like the original Portra 400++ preset, but I like it. That's all that matters, use what you like.
Check out more awesome work from Daniel below.
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Then & Now - Daniel Sprague
Estefania Gazquez - Fuji Pro 800Z
Estefania Romero - Kodak Portra 160
Harry Bowden - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Howard Smith - Ilford HP 5
Jen Marino - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Karina Medvedev - Kodak Portra 800 HC
Karissa Eaton - Tribe Archipelago LXC 04
Kelly Oliver - Tribe Archipelago FXC 04
Lauren Parker - Kodak Portra
Liana Mikah - Ilford HP5
Madalena Tavares - Kodak Portra 160
Oana Popivici - Red Leaf Fernweh C5
Ryan Learoyd - Kodak Portra 400
Tiago Silva - Red Leaf Fernweh
Tom Saimon - Kodak Gold 200
Daily Update - April 22nd
katch silva - kodak gold 100
Ronny Garcia - Kodak gold 200
Danielle Navratil - Kodak Gold 200--
Marija Heinecke - Ryan Longnecker 03C
Julia Vanessa Utsch - Kodak Ultra Max 800
katch silva - fuji 400
Valerie Jendryke - Fuji 400
Paulina Duczman - agfa vista 400+
Valerie Jendryke - Fuji 400
Daily Update - April 24th