About a decade after attending college in the Napa Valley area in California, I returned for a trip north to photograph the wedding of my dear friend (and once roommate). While I work through editing those pictures, I thought I would share a few fun pictures from the trip.
Noe Todorovich is a Washington, DC based lifestyle photographer, and this is her blog. She shares musings, travels, photographs, tips, suggestions and more.
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"I don't wanna go to Philadelphia!" This was the repeated thought, turned joke—complete with a whiney little punk voice and delivery—the first time I found myself heading to the city of brotherly love. It's not that I had ANYTHING against the city, mind you. It's because it was an unexpected detour en route to NYC...and I was driving.
I loathe driving when I don't know where I'm going. I think it stems from years and years of being the navigator on trips with my dad. You know, back before the days of GPS. (Did I just date myself there?)
Well, over the last few years, I've had the opportunity to visit Philly a little bit more and grown to appreciate it much more. I just went up there Sunday for a Lianne La Havas concert (PAUSE. SWOON!) and dinner with my dear, lovely, fabulous friend Marie (blue shoes below). ;)Read More
This goes without saying for most anyone that knows me at all, but...
I love to take photos with my phone.
The vast majority of every commute to and from work is spent taking, editing and sharing images on my phone. I love how easy it is for me to do so much without needing to get out my gear, upload images to a computer and spend hours editing away. (Don't get me wrong; I still enjoy photography with my Canon 7D too...) I just know that I wouldn't have nearly as much photography to share if it weren't for the mobile side of things.
Mobile photography has also encouraged me to experiment a lot more. It's fun to try new apps and new methods, challenging yourself to do something a little differently. My latest discovery/obsession/method involves long exposures and minimal editing that leads to the work below.
It's a little bit of street, a whole lot of color (usually) and always some movement.