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everlane:

The Spring Silk lookbook. 

Three brand new styles. So many ways to be yourself. Shop the collection here.

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Panorama 2 of 2.
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Panorama 2 of 2.

Panorama 1 of 2.
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Panorama 1 of 2.

Apr 8, 2014 / 545 notes
alexandersattler:

Parking Deck Portraits || parking decks offer sweet contrast and lines to work with. I’ve never shot on one before and I loved it. Take a day and find an abandoned one and see what you can come up with. #parkingdeckportraits #vsco #chattanooga #southeastisbeast
Apr 8, 2014 / 21 notes

alexandersattler:

Parking Deck Portraits || parking decks offer sweet contrast and lines to work with. I’ve never shot on one before and I loved it. Take a day and find an abandoned one and see what you can come up with. #parkingdeckportraits #vsco #chattanooga #southeastisbeast

nevver:

Adult swim
Apr 8, 2014 / 4,231 notes
alexandersattler:

Good Morning Sunshine || I’m excited about two things today in particular. 1. After 6 years, Copeland is releasing a new album and it’s going to be a glorious wave of nostalgia. 2. Slowly learning the art of letting go of the comfortable and expected. Often times when I’m out shooting or I’m home creating, I’m so focused on the end product/vision that I don’t allow room for spontaneous moments of experiments and failure. This shot in particular was created placing my camera just above a horizontal railing which created that soft fade at the bottom. Normally I would have look at the railing as something in the way of my shot, but now I see it as a chance to incorporate it into the shot. All that to say, go listen to Copeland and try out some new perspectives on things. #vsco #parkingdeckportraits #chattanooga #southeastisbeast #staycreative
Apr 8, 2014 / 70 notes

alexandersattler:

Good Morning Sunshine || I’m excited about two things today in particular. 1. After 6 years, Copeland is releasing a new album and it’s going to be a glorious wave of nostalgia. 2. Slowly learning the art of letting go of the comfortable and expected. Often times when I’m out shooting or I’m home creating, I’m so focused on the end product/vision that I don’t allow room for spontaneous moments of experiments and failure. This shot in particular was created placing my camera just above a horizontal railing which created that soft fade at the bottom. Normally I would have look at the railing as something in the way of my shot, but now I see it as a chance to incorporate it into the shot. All that to say, go listen to Copeland and try out some new perspectives on things. #vsco #parkingdeckportraits #chattanooga #southeastisbeast #staycreative

alexsattlerphotography:

In honor of Copeland’s return & today’s morning light.
Apr 8, 2014 / 50 notes

alexsattlerphotography:

In honor of Copeland’s return & today’s morning light.

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