Saturday, November 29, 2014


Photographed by: Mario Jarjour

          "As I was looking for something around the house I found a box of sparklers. It made me think of long exposure photography like light trails and inspired me to go out and try to do some of my own. It was my first time so I didn't have very much luck with the sparklers and decided to play around with the lighter. I got some really great shots.."

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Two Perspectives

Photographed by: Mario Jarjour

          "Bethany and I took a shot of this at the same moment and the outcome was hilarious and surprising because the same thing had happened earlier that same day with Bethany as the subject of the photo."

Worlds Friendliest Squirrel

Photographed by: Bethany Owens

          "This was the most friendly squirrel I had ever met. He was surrounded by five people in a tight circle, with three camera lenses right in his face--but that wasn't an issue for him. Mind you, this photo is not zoomed in…I was actually this close." (Downtown, Boston)

Monday, September 15, 2014

Knick Knacks

Photographed by: Mario Jarjour

          "Bethany and I were looking for a place to get coffee and a little bite to eat before we began our photo-shoot but instead we starting the day off immediately by crowding around one of the small knick-knack kiosks. It was a beautiful cool day. We were productive and made connections with street performers on the way."

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Jammin' Piano Guy (Ben Knight)

Photographed by: Bethany Owens

          "Mario and I were walking around Faneul Hall on a beautiful day when we saw this awesome pianist jamming' out. He was amazing, and his facial expressions were priceless. I couldn't help but to take a million photos of him!"

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Slow Neighborhood Stroll

Photographed by: Mario Jarjour

           After a very fun day spent with a friend I ended up at home with nothing to do, so I decided to go for a long slow stroll around my neighborhood. It was very calming. I examined everything and took my time.

Transitioning out of "summer vacation mode" has gotten in the way of our Monday outings. We are trying to figure something out but for now there will be a shortage of posts.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

The Modern, Yet Very Vintage, Bike.

Photographed by: Bethany Owens

          "This was one of the first shots I had taken using the fully manual film camera. Having only a few shots left on the reel, I wanted to only take photos I thought looked great. Taking a glimpse of my surroundings, this bike caught my attention. It was modern, yet vintage. I got down on one knee, adjusted my lens and such--then snapped the photo, having no idea how perfect it was. Mario developed the film, and vuala, here it is." (Taken in Back Bay, Boston)