Fashion Photographer

Fashion is among the most essential elements by way of social interaction and status. Decide a time to inform him what you are sporting, or casually “expose your self” to him, not tearing off your clothes, however possibly leaning in so he can see what you have chosen. Girls who wore hairstyles that encompasses a more pompadour fashion favored extensive brim hats worn off the highest of the top with a view to highlight their wavy hair.

Crimson, another major color, additionally stands out as a horny, passionate, but also critical and feminine colour, amongst its most popular tones, are cherry crimson and tomato red; each are very deep and go great with pale girls to convey a porcelain doll look or even a 40’s Hollywood contact of actuality.

Earlier than then, unknown dressmakers and tailors have been designers and makers of women’s fashionable clothes. While the hat fashions of … Read More

Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners capture beauty, struggles of animal life

A dreamy looking Amur tigress rubbing her cheek against an ancient Manchurian fir in the Russian Far East captured top honors in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, held annually by London’s Natural History Museum. It took Russian photographer Sergey Gorshkov more than 11 months to capture the moment, using hidden cameras. The tigress is marking her territory by leaving behind secretions from her scent glands.



a zebra standing on top of a tree: Sergey Gorshkov's winning image shows an Amur tigress hugging an ancient Manchurian fir in the Russian Far East. Sergey Gorshov/Wildlife Photographer of the Year


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Sergey Gorshkov’s winning image shows an Amur tigress hugging an ancient Manchurian fir in the Russian Far East. Sergey Gorshov/Wildlife Photographer of the Year



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“It’s a scene like no other, a unique glimpse of an intimate moment deep in a magical forest,” said Roz Kidman Cox, chair of the judging panel. 

The Duchess of Cambridge announced the winner in a ceremony live-streamed on Tuesday.

Liina Heikkinen of Finland won Young Wildlife Photographer

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RI Girl Battling Cancer Gets Magical Gift From Photographer

PROVIDENCE, RI (CBS) – Five-year-old Arianna Taft loves Disney princesses. When a local photographer heard about her brave fight with cancer, she gave her the dress up play date of her dreams. And even bought the costumes.

“It’s incredible that something that takes such a small amount of time out of my day, or my week, can have such a powerful impact,” said Ashley Richer. “It gives them their own sense of hope cause they’re so small and they can believe in magic a little bit more.”





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Arianna Taft (Photo credit Ashley Richer Photography)

For Richer it’s important to create magical moments for children. A few years ago, one of her son’s best friends passed away from a terminal illness. Richer honors her spirit by helping kids like Arianna live out a fairytale photoshoots.

Arianna was diagnosed with an advanced form kidney cancer back in

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Photographer Drawn To Reside In Vermont Due To Beauty & Intrigue

Recently, renowned photographer Thomas W.P. Slatin relocated to Vermont, after spending the last decade learning about his ancestors who hailed from Middletown, Vermont. Slatin stated in a recent interview,
“I now reside in Middletown Springs. For more than 10 years, my mother, Anne Pratt Slatin, has been coming here during the summers to research her family history with her 4th cousin, Alice Blakely Marsh, who is from Jericho. My mom and dad, the late Harvey L. Slatin would stay at the former Twin Mountains Farm, owned by Annie and Walt Pepperman. Alice and her husband, Warren, also stayed there at the same time. I was drawn to the area by its small size, historic rural nature, and the town plan.”

Continuing, “Town plans can tell one a lot about the hopes and expectations of those who live in a particular place, and I liked what I read.”

Thomas Slatin’s interest

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Wedding photographer, church groups challenge Virginia’s new LGBT rights law

In a case filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Loudoun County photographer Bob Updegrove asserts that the law could force him to photograph a same-sex wedding despite his personal opposition to same-sex marriage.

“The government cannot demand that artists create content that violates their deepest convictions,” Jonathan Scruggs, a lawyer with the Alliance Defending Freedom, a religious-liberty group representing plaintiffs in both cases, said in a statement.

State Sen. Adam P. Ebbin (D-Alexandria), who sponsored the Virginia Values Act and was the state’s first openly gay legislator, noted that the law also bans discrimination on the basis of race, religion, disability and status as a veteran.

“People have a right to be free from discrimination,” he said. “We’re moving into a Virginia that can accept that. And there are a few people who want to hold onto the past, unfortunately.

The other suit, filed Monday in Loudoun

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