The Gab Bag

via Huy Doan
huydoan:

Chris Butler, Joshua Tree, CA

huydoan:

Chris Butler, Joshua Tree, CA

via michael.george
michaelgeorgephoto:

Max & Rebecca, 2014 – Part of the new Portraits gallery. View more new work at www.michaelgeorgephoto.com

michaelgeorgephoto:

Max & Rebecca, 2014 – Part of the new Portraits gallery. View more new work at www.michaelgeorgephoto.com

via Liz Devine Photography
lizdevine:

One of the best things about Phoot Camp is that everyone is willing to help you get the shot you want and make it amazing!
Joshua Tree - September 2014

lizdevine:

One of the best things about Phoot Camp is that everyone is willing to help you get the shot you want and make it amazing!

Joshua Tree - September 2014

via Rafael Soldi Photography

rafaelsoldi:

I remember arriving at phootcamp and thinking that the bed covers were funny, like something my grandma would have. But then I kept picturing somebody wrapped in them. On my last day at phootcamp I decided to shoot whoever was around wrapped in the sheets and create a typology of sorts (in garrettcornelison's bed). Pictured here are candywithstrangers, gabriela herman, stephaniebassos, kristinamoto, henrybusby, jaclyn campanaro, huydoan, icopythat, alan winslow, gocarlago. michellealexisnewman is coming on the next post because it’ll only let me post 10 at a time!

© Rafael Soldi | www.rafaelsoldi.com

via from the desk of amp
anjalipinto:

I just got back to my desk after 5 days away — this time celebrating photography and collaboration with 39 other photographers in Joshua Tree, California. Phoot Camp, as the retreat is called, has been one of the largest sources of inspiration, drive and creativity in my career as a photographer.
Phoot camp was…
motivation to make portraits of the beautiful people around me.
a chance to talk about my insecurities and fears as a creative.
a kick-in-the-ass to stop making excuses.
a party that leaves you with no choice but to stay up until 5:30 am to see the sunrise.
a reason to feel proud of the photos I make.
endless conversations about how we started and how we grow as photographers.
a lesson in technical prowess.
a one-in-a-million kind of creative high.
the perfect place to get weird.
the kind of large group of friends I always wish I had but never made in life until now.
constantly checking the #phootcamp tag to see what everyone else is up to in real time.

anjalipinto:

I just got back to my desk after 5 days away — this time celebrating photography and collaboration with 39 other photographers in Joshua Tree, California. Phoot Camp, as the retreat is called, has been one of the largest sources of inspiration, drive and creativity in my career as a photographer.

Phoot camp was…

  • motivation to make portraits of the beautiful people around me.
  • a chance to talk about my insecurities and fears as a creative.
  • a kick-in-the-ass to stop making excuses.
  • a party that leaves you with no choice but to stay up until 5:30 am to see the sunrise.
  • a reason to feel proud of the photos I make.
  • endless conversations about how we started and how we grow as photographers.
  • a lesson in technical prowess.
  • a one-in-a-million kind of creative high.
  • the perfect place to get weird.
  • the kind of large group of friends I always wish I had but never made in life until now.
  • constantly checking the #phootcamp tag to see what everyone else is up to in real time.
via Nate Bolt
boltron:

Chris Butler in the desert at Phoot Camp.

boltron:

Chris Butler in the desert at Phoot Camp.

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