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kushandwizdom:


Motivation starts here
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nyccurbappeal:

ricawade:

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Check out Part 1 of CURB APPEAL’s shoot with model Rica Wade here: 
http://bit.ly/12IaxDk
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nyccurbappeal:

ricawade:

3 /  6

Check out Part 1 of CURB APPEAL’s shoot with model Rica Wade here: 

http://bit.ly/12IaxDk

nyccurbappeal:

SPRING FUN.
Ph: Shanita Sims 
Jan 30, 2014 / 710 notes

nyccurbappeal:

SPRING FUN.

Ph: Shanita Sims 

Jan 30, 2014 / 318 notes
nyccurbappeal:


How do Richard Avedon and Peter Lindbergh factor in as influences on your work?

"When I first started photography as a means of expression, Avedon was my biggest inspiration. I loved the way he documented culture and life’s various subcategories. Flipping through the pages of "The Sixties" I felt as if I was brought into that era, and I sought to do the same with my work. I wanted to capture the essence of various creative cultures and tell stories that introduced the audience to the world of the subject and/or what the subject represents. 

The extent of my Avedon inspiration was merely conceptual though. My visual direction was the product of many different influences. After some time, I discovered Peter Lindbergh and LOVED how he communicated with light. I believe that light is the primary communicative element in an image. With Lindbergh, I learned the power of speaking subtly rather than loudly.” — RW

Full story on Rog,  STYLE DOSSIER // ROG WALKER
Jan 30, 2014 / 10 notes

nyccurbappeal:

How do Richard Avedon and Peter Lindbergh factor in as influences on your work?
"When I first started photography as a means of expression, Avedon was my biggest inspiration. I loved the way he documented culture and life’s various subcategories. Flipping through the pages of "The Sixties" I felt as if I was brought into that era, and I sought to do the same with my work. I wanted to capture the essence of various creative cultures and tell stories that introduced the audience to the world of the subject and/or what the subject represents. 
The extent of my Avedon inspiration was merely conceptual though. My visual direction was the product of many different influences. After some time, I discovered Peter Lindbergh and LOVED how he communicated with light. I believe that light is the primary communicative element in an image. With Lindbergh, I learned the power of speaking subtly rather than loudly.” — RW
Full story on Rog,  STYLE DOSSIER // ROG WALKER

fuckwhatthey—think:

http://insights.rogwalker.com
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