Category: Photography

Friday
August 31, 2012

TRENDING: COLLECTIONS

I was browsing through stylist, Rita Konig’s portfolio and found some of her work to have one thing in common, groupings of pictures.  I’ve seen this trend getting really popular lately too.  I like all the collections of small photos grouped together to make one big art piece.  It’s less costly than a large painting and so much more interesting to me.  Each picture tells a story and can go on for hours as conversation piece at a house party.  And, how about those shoes coming out of the fireplace! Definitely a stylist thing, but I can see it working at a cool girl’s pad.

I saw this image from a house tour on apartment therapy.  I thought the idea was so cool! A collection of Polaroids and small photos in a bowl on the coolest side table I’ve ever seen! I’m definitely doing this for my eclectic home.  It’s effortlessly chic!  -ijin

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Wednesday
March 7, 2012

Dog Portraits

seriously cute doggy portraits! Jenny Silva Photography




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Monday
September 19, 2011

Wall Art LOVE!

WOW, this guy is intense! I’d love this photograph on a HUGE wall. What a statement he would make! via Stephs Shoes

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Friday
June 17, 2011

Camille Seaman’s Icebergs




Happy Friday! I thought I’d share some of nature’s finest decor this morning.

Artist/Photographer Camille Seaman has made a career out of photographing icebergs. via Outide Magazine
In 1999, Camille Seaman gave up her seat on a one-hour flight from Oakland to L.A. and scored a round trip ticket anywhere in the world. She chose Alaska. Once there, she decided to walk from a coastal town named Kotzebue across the ice towards Russia. After feeling cold, lost, and somewhat panicked, she had a moment where she stopped, looked around, and felt a connection to the earth. That one moment ignited a passion for Arctic landscapes that she turned into a career photographing icebergs.

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Have you ever seen an iceberg in person? The closest that I’ve been is on a trip to Iceland with my husband before we were married. This photo was taken in Jökulsárlón…It was absolutely breathtaking. Unfortunately at the time we had a very inexpensive camera!

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Saturday
June 4, 2011

Viceroy Palm Springs Decor






The Viceroy Resort in Palm Springs looks like such a glamorous place to stay. It was built in the 1930s so has lots of charming features, like original fireplaces in many of the guest rooms. The decor is really simple – fresh white walls with lots of black and yellow accents. I love the high back yellow chairs that are placed throughout the hotel. I’d like to sit in one with a glass of pinot grigio!

These beautiful photos were taken by the talented Lane Dittoe. I always enjoy checking out her wedding photography, & stumbled upon this Viceroy Palm Springs photoshoot by accident. You can see more photos of the hotel here.

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Friday
June 3, 2011

Welcome to the new site!


Françoise Rachez Photography

Welcome to the new site! I am super excited to have this new design thanks to Jo Klima. Hope you like it! It is way past my bedtime, but I’ll see you tomorrow. XO, shari

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Wednesday
September 29, 2010

vintage swimming pool photography












Slim Aarons

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Thursday
September 23, 2010

sweet, nostalgic photography









isn’t her photography dreamy? i have never seen thread and books look so pretty! Lola’s Room Photography

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Monday
July 20, 2009

photography

a few of my favs by Wren & Chickadee




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Saturday
July 4, 2009

Morten Holtum










Morten Holtum

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Monday
June 15, 2009

barbara fabbri photography








barbara fabbri

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Tuesday
June 9, 2009

Fine Art Photographic Flower Prints

these are my favorite floral prints by Blissful Images.




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Saturday
May 23, 2009

some outdoor inspiration from PIXDAUS









Pixdaus

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Wednesday
May 20, 2009

interior design by Atlanta Bartlett

here are my favorite interiors/styled photos by Atlanta Bartlett.





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Tuesday
May 19, 2009

art and photography in Mexico

i love the colors and artwork of Mexico. these photos were taken in
Tamaulilpas, Mexico courtesy of amy_b.











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Friday
May 15, 2009

Roadside Photographs

as i was reading random blogs yesterday, i found That Wondrous Time…a photoblog by Jen Zahigian. her photos make me want to take off in my pickup truck on a roadtrip to every small town i have never heard of :)
you can find Jen’s photography for sale on Etsy, Roadside Photographs. she also has a website, jenzahigian.com that lists her exhibitions.

next Friday, Jen will be releasing a six-postcard set titled “Instant Roadtrip.” it will be listed in her Etsy shop.

here are just a few of my favorites from Roadside Photographs.







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Saturday
May 9, 2009

Lomo Bicycle Series

“After almost getting ran over by bicyclists multiple times a day, Joshua was forced to take note of Amsterdam’s mass transit system, the bicycle. Amsterdam is a city famous for the bike as the popular mode of transportation and has almost as many registered bicycles (600,000) as it does people (750,000). Here is where Joshua Martens forged the Lomo Bicycle Series.”








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Sunday
May 3, 2009

Andrew Moore

so, i am really into looking at photography lately. here is a series of Andrew Moore photos from Russia in 2000-2004.












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Wednesday
April 29, 2009

my new fav photographer

a few photographs by my new fav. photographer, Robert Polidori.  Enjoy!

  

 


Robert Polidori was born in 1951 in Montreal, Canada, to a French Canadian mother and a Corsican father. He moved to the United States when he was ten and arrived in New York in 1969, where he got as job as an assistant to filmmaker Jonas Mekas at the Anthology Film Archives, producing a number of avant-garde films in the early 1970s. In 1980 he received an M.A. from the State University of New York at Buffalo and subsequently turned his attention to still photography. He has been living in Paris and New York City since 1987. He is listed as a staff photographer with The New Yorker magazine and makes frequent contributions to other magazines such as Vanity Fair.
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