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Written by: Koby & Terilyn Brown – Archetype Studio Romantic. Ethereal. Timeless. These are the words we want brides to think of when they look through our boudoir portfolio. As artists, we are always striving to define our style and break away from the pack. After a little more than a year of research and development focused on launching our boudoir line, a clear direction began to emerge and we have been refining it ever since.Walk with me and I’ll take you down our little path along the process.Koby and I had photographed a few boudoir sessions by request over the years, but To View More >>

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Written by: Cate Scaglione - Life As Fine Art“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.”― AristotleIn addition to my portrait photography business I’m a brand consultant to businesses, big and small, all over the world. One could say I grew up in the luxury business. I’ve attributed most of my business practices to a keen understanding of how luxury brands work – and how their loyal followers feel about them.Large or small, from corporate enterprises to sole proprietorships, almost every business struggles with building a solid brand. What might To View More >>

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As told to Cate Scaglione - Life As Fine Art“Fear is the lengthened shadow of ignorance.” ~Arnold GlasowAs artists we are a different breed within the human race. Our right brains guide us with a heightened sensibility, to help us translate the world in an emotionally meaningful way.We’ll witness the same events and circumstances entirely differently than others, and often with more intensity. These are our blessings, except perhaps when the worst demon surfaces. Fear.All humans experience fear in one form or another. But is all fear bad? Is there such a thing as beneficial, To View More >>

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As told to Cate Scaglione - Life As Fine Art“There is a space between imagination… and attainment…that may only be traversed by… longing.” ― Khalil Gibran, Sand and Foam The story of Cindy Harter Sims is about more than going from part-time hobbyist to full time award-winning photographer. Cindy’s is a tale about longing for all that life has to offer. Photography just happened to be her way of finding it. There is something about an image by Cindy Harter Sims. It’s an inexplicable surge of emotions that make you feel as if you’re To View More >>

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As told to Cate Scaglione - Life As Fine ArtThanks to the digital revolution our culture is by far the most photographed generation in history. Without planning or purpose, people now take pictures simply to share them on a global scale. Sociologists are enjoying a field day over the reasons why, but certainly with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr we have so many ways to broadcast intimate moments with family, friends, pets and our last meal.Which means professional photography is becoming less relevant and less profitable, right? Or is it?The anti-selfieWhen a client hires a highly skilled To View More >>

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