283/365 (1/9/14) by Sergio Varanitsa

it’s 4:40 a.m. at my place… a little bit tired. working a lot. reading about color and composition a lot. (but making b/w pics for ‘365’..=) genius.ahah)) photoshoping a lot. a lot. a lot.))
want to sleep. i’m happy actually))

trying not to think about all those things has to be done in a next few days. not to think. just do.

Model: Chanelle

Photographer: Jason Lorette 

Nikon D7100 - f6.3 - 1/125 - ISO 100



Kristine Froseth




Dark Temptation

Model: Cheryl Choe
HMUA: Barbara Cavalli

Copyright (c) Ashlee McLernon



273/365 (22/8/14) by Sergio Varanitsa
don’t know if i’ll have access to internet for the next couple of days… but with the first chance i’ll have - i’ll post photos ;)

by the way… i received a lot of great compliments and comments in the past couple of days… thank you!… i really don’t know what to say. It means a lot to me.

and welcome all new followers ;)

I believe in capturing moments in their truest form. Photography to me is about that split second, that moment where everything falls into complete unity - being in the right place at the right time, in the perfect light, emotion and composition - and always striving to find that harmony.
My earliest memory of beginning photography was chasing bird feathers caught in the wind with a plastic toy camera when I was a child. I have always felt safe behind the lens.
- Tanya Voltchanskaya


"film + digital expressions of the female existence + other stuff" (Insta, FB, and other accounts can also be found here)

This photograph was shot using a Nikon D3100 up in a cemetery amidst the cornfield rows of Manor, Texas. A witchy vibe was felt and it went great with the clothes we brought- voila! The Dark Witch series was born. It and many other “girl worlds” can be seen on my website. 

The Winter’s Heart by Steven Kowalski


Thoughtful Moment

Staten Island Ferry at Sunset

You can take this ride endlessly and each time it’s unique and wonderful. The crowd is a mix of locals, tourists, foreign born and native born, young and old, you name it  they’re on the boat. A blend of all that is great about NY. The icing on the cake is of course the views. I will always miss the approach to NY side as the twin towers loomed ever closer, a dramatic moment if ever there was one. The new tower, now outwardly completed will add its own drama to that approach and a whisper to the past as well.

This is one of NYC’s best bargains, its free, so get out there and give it a try.


The Abandoned-Adventurer 


Untitled by Sergio Varanitsa