Recently I discovered photographer Dylan Forsberg and fell in love with his work. Here are some photos from his blog that I particularly enjoyed..
I love his use of natural light. I also love how raw his images are. Nothing crazy fancy, it is what it is and I enjoy that. All of these photos make me wonder what they are thinking, and when that happens, to me, that photo becomes important. If you can take a photo has the ability to make someone stop and think for just one second, then you’ve created a photo with impact.
Saying farewell with a quick photobooth creation – I’m headed to Vegas for the next couple of days! I was there 3 months ago; why does it feel like it’s been forever? Will be back with some pictures. Have a great weekend!
I am in dire need of a haircut and I must have stopped by the Forever 21 website at least 10 times today lusting after this model’s hair. My hair refuses to lie flat and will curl up in rage at any sight of humidity – so I’m going to have to settle for living vicariously through this lovely girl on the interweb.
On a slightly different note – I love the direction Forever 21 has been going with their overall website design. The photography on the site seems to be a better reflection on the company and what they’re about. I remember visiting the site a couple of years back thinking not everything really clicked together. Now it just.. fits. Kudos to their marketing/advertising team. Anyone know who the photographer is? Time for some sleuthing.
photographs by peter lindbergh | Harper’s Bazaar Sept. ’94 source
This shoot made me fall in love with kate moss all over again. I know, KNOW if i cut my hair like hers i’d look like an idiot, but the woman could make you do crazy things.
I stumbled on this shoot accidently but i instantly fell in love. Makes me want to pick up my camera and start shooting at a busy street in downtown la. Maybe do a male version – same classy feel but with a modern take? Oooh the ideas are swirling in my head.