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Travel vs. Wedding photography

25 Nov , 2014
Created by Ed Graham

I shot my first wedding this month. Admittedly I was a bit apprehensive beforehand: these would be memories the couple will share together with their friends and families for the rest of their lives. More than cell phone snaps and Instagrams, I wanted to capture something timeless, something that would do justice to one of the most important days […]

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Fall Colors in Chicago and the Upper Midwest

18 Oct , 2014
Created by Ed Graham

October is a really beautiful time to experience the American Midwest. Temperatures are cool and pleasant and weather is generally good as the area transitions from summer to winter. Landscapes burst with color as trees shed their leaves in advance of the cold. Chicago has mostly yellows with some reds and late season greens scattered about. You’ll need to […]

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Exploring Hawaii with Film

13 Aug , 2014
Created by Ed Graham

Hawaii was the first trip I’ve done while shooting exclusively on film, and I loved it. I like film because of it’s simplicity and because it makes me think. Shooting film is like playing a game of chess or playing a musical instrument: anybody can learn the basics, but dig deeper and it becomes as […]

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Photo Essay: Getting away from it all in Hawaii

7 Aug , 2014
Created by Ed Graham

I’ve done some pretty crazy trips recently, but I still love getting away from it all. Aloha, Hawaii.       I finally managed to get some time off in late July. With memories from Nepal’s Annapurna Circuit still fresh in my mind, I spent much of the month racking my brain eagerly planning another […]

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Taking Pictures in My City

21 Nov , 2013
Created by Ed Graham

We try to make our homes as comfortable as possible. To me, “comfort” is another way of saying “neutral”. After all, it wouldn’t be much of a home if our senses were always on alert, constantly excited by stimuli. We can’t help but make our homes into neutral, inoffensive places in which we can feel […]

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