I cannot think of a happier, bubblier person than Sabrina. She constantly has a smile on her face and is always ready and willing to give a hug. We met in 2015 at the Promoting Passion photography convention and over the past three years we’ve become good friends. Her creativity and and gorgeous tones always inspire me, there is always something so incredibly magical about her work. Continue reading to delve into her creation process. Continue reading “First Friday Feature: Sabrina Fattal”
Over the years we learn new things and as we do we grow. We are constantly adjusting to new situations, locations, and people. Some things we learn over time, small lessons building up to result in the understanding of the final concept. While other things we learn almost instantly.
Through the use of dramatic and surreal images Brad is able to communicate tales of unusual depth that pierce straight into the heart. Each image is beautifully unique and vibrant, often depicting simple backgrounds with intricately built characters. Each image Brad produces goes above and beyond the last, surpassing many artists in meaning and visual.
Continue reading to get a small glimpse into his amazing process. Continue reading “First Friday Feature: Brad Branson”
The flowers bow their heads to the weight of each graceful flake. The air is thick with their chilling touch and to go out into the snow means I cannot escape from their grasp. Grey skies keep the sun’s rays from the surface of the earth, yet the world glows with a winter light.
When I first started my photography business I had no idea how to reach people or gain an audience. I had an Instagram account but no followers and a website without viewers. But one day I woke up to the reality that there were people following me, amazingly creative people.
I blinked and the year was literally gone. Seemingly each year goes by faster and faster leaving us with a blur of memories and thoughts that we put aside as we face the new year. But what if we got out these blurred memories and evaluated our year? Taking each mistake and failure and transforming them into lessons learned?
Life is so short. Each moment that goes by will never be experienced again. It’s a very scary thought, especially when we think about all we haven’t done. Often I begin to think about what I want to do and what I haven’t and get terribly scared. So scared that I end up not doing the things I want to do. This thought process is destructive and down right crazy. To let fear prevent us from doing the things we want to do should be unheard of. We all fall into the cycle of being scared of out doing what we would like to accomplish.