On Teaching and Photography By Michelle Gardella

I have tried meditating the traditional way. Sitting, back straight, silent, focusing on my breath. A way to observe my thoughts, to practice detachment and inch closer to peace. And I’m not saying that the traditional avenues are useless, in fact, they are profound. AND, for me, nothing brings me right back to my truest

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The Importance of Self-Love and Creating

By Sharon Covert These days, more than ever before, it’s become far too easy to get caught up in the everyday conglomerated, beautiful mess, we call life. We take on far too many roles and expectations in hopes of not disappointing others around us. Whether it be taking on a client that doesn’t truly fit

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Photography in the Real World – By Chris Messenger

You may find this to be a difficult scenario to visualize, but what if social media ceased to exist as we know it? What would happen if hashtags were gone & we didn’t even have digital followers and didn’t care about what was trending that day? Better yet, if social media were gone as we

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