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Thursday, June 20, 2013

Throwback Thursday: Cityscapes

Join us on an adventure today as we explore photos that guiltlessly flaunt the beauty of Philadelphia! You can find yourself gazing in astonishment almost anywhere you go in this great city. There's much to do and even more to see! The catalog of cityscapes is on our website for purchase. Come check it out!


Fading blue light on the river


The light that shines amongst the dark


Reflections along the water


Aerial view of the immense buildings


Statue in front of the National Museum of Jewish History



Comcast building stand tall


Wide shot of the city


Pillars of light illuminating the river


I can see my house from here!


A spectacular view of the Art Museum leading into Center City



Lit up like a million lamps

 

Beauty thought only to exist in fairy tales

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Pick of the Week: Family


After everything is said and done, friends and family is the only thing we truly have in this world. One of us lost a family member this week, and all we can really do is send our condolences. This week's theme is family, in honor of all of the loved ones that we have lost throughout our lives. Let us rejoice for the members that are still around today, and keep our thoughts with those that are gone. 
                                        


Amanda: La Caravanne- Brigitte Fontaine & Grace Jones


Mike: Ocean Breathes Salty- Modest Mouse


Steve: Family- James and the Giant Peach


Thursday, June 13, 2013

Throwback Thursday: PAFA

These are from the archives of Amanda's time spent studying at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts. She had attended from 2000-2004. At PAFA, people learned the European way to study art, which was through drawing, painting, and sculpture. These pictures are but a taste of the experiences and exquisite pieces created at PAFA.


Capture the Colors


Making man out of clay. Playing God per se. 


Analyzing a painting


Discussing a work in black in white


Putting passion on paper


Such attention to detail


Depicting the greats


Sculpture and Education are both timeless topics.


Abstract and expressive work


It's amazing how accurate this is


Fine and precise


Adding the muscles


Learning next to the fire


These old bones


Coolest classroom I have ever seen

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Pick of the Week: Fire

With the damp, day long rain showers over with, let's crank up the heat with some scorching music! You will notice today that Amanda has picked more than one song. One old and one new. Why? Because it's her blog, and she can post as many songs as she wants. So turn up the tunes, rock out in your shorts and sandals, and soak up the sweltering summer sun!

Amanda: Light My Fire- The Doors



Amanda: When a Fire Starts to Burn- Disclosure


Mike: Soon it Will Be Cold Enough to Build Fires- Emancipator


Steve: Ring of Fire- Johnny Cash


Thursday, June 6, 2013

Throwback Thursday: Interns


Over the years, many interns have walked in and out of the doors of our humble photography studio. All of them have contributed valuable skills that have made us what we are today. We remember all of them fondly and the hours they have contributed to keep this business thriving and growing. Come what may, we utilize every talent to its fullest potential. People enter with open minds and new ideas, and leave with experience, new connections, and unforgettable memories.

video

Tyler Fro!
 Tyler, Graphic Design Intern, Drexel University
 Chris, Photo Intern, Art Institute

Talel
Andrea
 

 Danielle and Talel, Photo and Marketing Interns, Drexel University

Dan, Photo Intern, Art Institute

In studio

Intern Interview at studio
 Sean, Philadelphia University
Andrea, photo intern, CCP
Matt, Video Intern, Drexel University

and new...
Michael, Graphic Design, Drexel University

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Pick of the Week: Bicycles


In honor of the miracle that is Amanda having survived a freak bicycle accident with no serious injury, it seems only fitting that our theme this week should be bicycles. Bicycles capture the spirit of summer and of being free. On every street, you will probably see someone cruising, especially on the beautiful days that summer can bring. Potential accidents aside, cycling is a great way to get around the city without all the hassle of clogged up traffic.

Be safe. Wear a helmet.

Amanda: Bicycle- Frances England


Stephen: Bicycle Race- Queen


Mike: Handlebars- Flobots