Wonderful Machine

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nicolemlakar:

I photographed the beautiful Spring Look Book for Kathryn Kelly DeWitt of @kkdwco and you can see all of the lovely goodness on her site right now! http://kkdw.co #lookbook #kkdwspring14 #portrait #lifestyle #spring #nicolemlakar

nicolemlakar:

I photographed the beautiful Spring Look Book for Kathryn Kelly DeWitt of @kkdwco and you can see all of the lovely goodness on her site right now! http://kkdw.co #lookbook #kkdwspring14 #portrait #lifestyle #spring #nicolemlakar

Happy spring! New work from Sebastien Staub:


"A series about the little holiday houses on the shores of the lake De  Neuchâtel in Switzerland. A place where I grew up and where I have a lot of good memories. It was really interesting doing these pictures in winter because it has a huge contrast compared to summer days when it’s crowded."

To the knowledge of the average person, neonatal organ donation is impossible. And although it’s rare, with just 21 donors less than 1 week old between 2008-2013, it’s actually growing in popularity. In May of 2012, Ohio native Deanna Slifka and her family helped to shed light on this rare procedure after her baby girl was stillborn. Although Dianna was surprised to receive the call about neonatal donation, she thought twice about it and then simply said, “yes.”
The Littlest Donors. Photo by Ricky Rhodes.

To the knowledge of the average person, neonatal organ donation is impossible. And although it’s rare, with just 21 donors less than 1 week old between 2008-2013, it’s actually growing in popularity. In May of 2012, Ohio native Deanna Slifka and her family helped to shed light on this rare procedure after her baby girl was stillborn. Although Dianna was surprised to receive the call about neonatal donation, she thought twice about it and then simply said, “yes.”

The Littlest Donors. Photo by Ricky Rhodes.

As Dan Bannister says in his recent sketchbook promo The Assistants, "Photography is 1% talent and 99% moving furniture."

Assistants perform this vital task as well as so many others, including light tests and standing in for models. Over the years, Dan realized that this can result in “funny moments with bored or under-caffeinated assistants trying to emulate models and subjects.”

Using these tests and finished shots, Dan created a sketchbook as a promo as well as a thank you to his crew and assistants.

View a video of the finished piece here:

http://vimeo.com/86801999

Wish you were here… new work from Jeremiah Watt, on spec for Patagonia in Spain.