Jeffery Saddoris

Marc Legrange

Theatre Of The Intimate: Marc Lagrange

About a week or so ago, my friend Patrick Shipstad sent me a link to Belgian photographer, Marc Lagrange. I didn’t have the chance to look at it for a couple days, but when I did, I was absolutely floored. His work is just gorgeous; it’s got a unique feel, both in composition and tone, […]

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Powerful Imagery: The Photographer’s Insight

“Mitchell is a travel photographer in the true sense. His images are informed by the fact that he invests time with the people and places he captures with his camera. Fortunately for his audience, he shares his methods and techniques with impressive generosity and openness.” – Gavin Gough One of the biggest things I miss […]

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Replichrome by Totally Rad

First Look: Replichrome by Totally Rad

If you’ve been to Faded + Blurred before, and I’m hoping that you have, then you know what big fans we are of Totally Rad. Their RadLab plugin for Photoshop and Lightroom is one of, if not our favorite, plugins for toning and styling our photographs. Their Pro Retouch 2 actions for retouching are equally […]

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Collaboration And Happy Accidents

“The tools are better… Now that everyone is empowered with these tools to create stuff, has there been a lot more great shit coming out? Not really. You still have to have something to do with those tools. You should really try to have something to say.” – Trent Reznor Last night, I finally got […]

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Meals Interrupted - Al Dente

Meals Interrupted: Davide Luciano & Claudia Ficca

We have been getting some absolutely fantastic submissions lately, and this project from husband and wife duo Davide Luciano & Claudia Ficca is just too fun not to share. Called Meals Interrupted, the project features a collection of dining tables that have been all but destroyed by a series of unfortunate events, including a fire, a food […]

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Latte at the Klatch

Coffee & Light

“The powers of a man’s mind are directly proportioned to the quantity of coffee he drinks.” – James Mackintosh Over the past year or so, Nikki has been making the transition from fine art photography to food photography. It’s something that started when we began production on our ice cream eBook, chill, and has really been […]

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Nowhere Safe

Photojournalism has been changing for years, both the way compelling stories and narratives are produced, as well as how they are delivered. Print is on the decline, while web-based narratives, as well as mobile solutions are becoming more and more of a standard. Low-priced cameras and tools and multitude of online storage and delivery options […]

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Focus On Cinema

Never Give Up

“Never give up! Don’t let anyone tell you that you cannot make it in this business.” While Nikon’s Focus on Cinema website might be decidedly Nikon-centric (obviously), there is also a lot of fantastic content up there for both the budding would-be filmmaker as well as the traditional still photographer. The highlights of the site, and […]

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Oier Ituarte

Ambrotypes and Polaroids: Oier Ituarte

The mechanism: stamped black tin, Leatherette over cardboard, bits of boxwood, A lens The shutter falls Forever Dividing that from this. (Agrippa – A Book of the Dead, by William Gibson) See more: Oier Ituarte Follow on Facebook

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