• Do you ever feel like life is passing you by? Like you are losing a part of yourself? Like you are being drained and washed from existence while life moves on all around you. I wanted to create something to play off that idea.   Modeling is the absolutely incredible Peter Jamus - Artist who came to visit so I took him to my favorite abandoned house.
  • Based on the idea that perhaps no matter how hard you fight things will always be a struggle and that perhaps things might never get easier. That things may be hard now, and they might not get better. When you are faced with the choice to give give up or keep fighting. A fight with personal demons.
  • This is my beautiful twin sister :)  I was inspired by Cameron's photo!  I am happy to announce you can now buy my prints via My Modern Metropolis!  Facebook | Tumblr | Twitter | Etsy | sarahannloreth.com | Formspring
  • 124 of 365  I played a lot of Silent Hill growing up.  Formspring | Facebook | Tumblr | Twitter
  • 123 of 365  I am completely inspired by this place.  Formspring | Facebook | Tumblr | Twitter
  • I've been staying in Vermont this last week puppy sitting and spending time with my beautiful Lu. We came across the ruins of an old mansion with the most lush evergreens. I've been really inspired by long exposures of fireflies and I wanted to create a story about an elf queen that befriended the fireflies of the forest.  You can see a close up in the comments below.
  • I've been plagued by dreams lately that have followed me into consciousness about being lost in a fog and not being able to find my way home. Of being forgotten and erased.   Facebook | Twitter | Website
  • Holy butts (yes, I said that). Come check out the weirdness.
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  • Thanks Crevo for sending me a pair of boots to shoot for Instagram. I've honestly been looking for a pair of rad and comfortable boots for a few years and these ones hit the spot. - @BENSASSO on Insta
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  • While I love a really clean still image, I've been pushing to create frames that are a bit more dynamic by shooting the smaller details, having my subject crating some action (running, jumping, spinning, etc), or simply shooting from a different perspective. With all that said, I still love the heck out of a simple, center-framed image like this. This one brings out just that little bit of mystery (thanks to the windy hair) that gets me going. Simplicity for the win. - @BENSASSO on Insta
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  • Japanese photographer Natsumi Hayashi glides through Tokyo without ever really touching her feet to the ground in her levitation photographs. Getting the right shot involves many attempts, and Hayashi says she either works with a friend or by herself through this following process: “First, I get a composition and a focus manually. Then I press the shutter release, run to the right position for a levitation...and jump by my intuition.  Incredible timing and composition of scenes. How creative...
  • Today's Levitation: 	  Natsumi Hayashi takes amazing photos of herself levitating every day. http://yowayowacamera.com/
  • Yowayowa | OLDSKULL.NET
  • Inspiration for levitation photos! #Yowayowa_camera_woman #Natsumi_Hayashi