Photos by Ted Pushinsky. San Francisco.
These are all pretty amazing, his photos really capture the story and draw you in. Also I am always in disbelief when i see Andre, that guy is like a cartoon character.
the 4th makes me so sad
a very powerful image
yeah it is a very powerful image and it says so much
hey remember when photography was photography not HDR illustrated bullshit!
Going to this guys website is a must! All of his work is worthwhile. Ridiculously good stuff.
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really phenomenal, and really narrative without feeling staged or overly dramatic. i think i especially love the last one. it seems sort of nostalgic and forlorn, this suited man on the beach.
Siiiigh, last one is my favorite too!
the first makes me smile
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