Awesome Things People are Doing with Cameras

from the desk of: Veronica

I figure there are only a few reasons you frequent this blog: 1) You’re looking for a wedding photographer, 2) You’re personally interested in Sean and/or Amanda (understandable), 3) You’re obsessed with the smoking hot featured blogger (also VERY understandable), or 4) You’re interested in photography in general. All of you who fall into category four (even if you self-identify in other categories, like, say, category three), you’ll love this as much as I do.  {Hey, just because we photograph weddings doesn’t mean we don’t love checking out the awesomeness that other photographers are producing.  Seriously, Jamie and Kevin’s work is just sick…Sean}

Photographers do amazing things; there’s no doubt about that. After seeing the lovely sneak peek of wedding images Sean shared the other day, it inspired me to show you more lovely images to inspire you.

Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg are two such photographers doing amazing things. They have created a series of cinemagraphs (pictures that are digitally altered so a single frame contains a motion loop and a static element) that show what New York City looks like through glasses and without the glasses at the same time. Those who wear glasses or contacts will truly appreciate seeing the world as only they usually do.

You’ll have to click over to see the images, not only because I want to honor the copyright, but because I think it’s a nice dramatic reveal that way. 🙂

If you’d like to see more lovely photos, take a minute to head over to the Sean Purcell Photography gallery.

You can find Veronica at her blog, Veronica M.D. (no, she’s not a real doctor), and on TwitterInstagram, and Pinterest. Feel free to stalk her. She encourages it.

 

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