pretty, kind-of-drunk girl (and my hand)

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Another note to self: make sure when I’m trying to get someone’s attention my hand isn’t in the frame of the photo.







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pillow fight

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Note to self: Don’t place yourself in the middle of a pillow fight with an expensive camera. Or pricey glasses. Both came out miraculously unscathed. But I’ll be plucking feathers for a very long time.







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no joke

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This flower is real – colors and everything (spotted at the New York Botanical Garden’s orchid show).







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boys on film

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Yesterday I photographed beautiful flowers at the Botanical Gardens and Duran Duran. Not a bad day. For more Duran Duran and fun party pics check out the Guest of a Guest website.







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double take

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Just something I’m looking out for these days – a combination of interior and exterior shots. Unfortunately I only had my iPhone (and it’s the original – soooo old!) but I think I will have to revisit this site and take another look at this abandoned space in midtown through a better lens.







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keeping some distance

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I often hear that a photographer should always get closer to the subject, both physically and psychologically. The results are typically more interesting and engaging. While I agree and strive to do just that, I am also a firm believer in some breathing room, depending on the image one wants to create. Space around the subject can be just as important to the story and/or mood of the image. Just as in graphic design, white or negative space can be an integral and effective part to what takes place inside the frame.







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a doggie

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