It has been so long since I have posted anything to tumblr! If you keep up with my Facebook (facebook.com/Sarah.Bragg.Photography) I am sure you have seen this image! I love it, of course its personal, but all of my work is personal. This is a photo of me and my husband November 2012. I took this near my hometown in Edmonton, KY. How do you photograph the photographer in front of the camera you ask? I had my camera on a tripod and a shutter release button in my hand.
Q:Hey Sarah, I am in love with your Broadway Nashville photo. I would love to be able to get this photo and hang it in my house. My family and I visit Nashville often and it has a special place in our heart. Please let me know how I can get a large copy of this photo. Thanks Rachel
Hi, I’m not sure when you sent this message, I am not good about keeping up with my blogging! Thank you for admiring my work! I have had several people very interested in the Broadway Nashville image. Send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further details. :)
Happy birthday, Elvis.
Today we present a series of photos — most of which never appeared in LIFE — showing Elvis, along with his 15-year-old girlfriend, Priscilla Beaulieu, in Germany on the day he left for the States (March 2, 1960), and Elvis again at Fort Dix, New Jersey, where he landed on March 3, sans Priscilla. He was officially discharged from the Army on March 5. These pictures, by LIFE photographers James Whitmore and Al Fenn, capture a moment in Elvis’s life when he was poised to remind everyone who might have doubted it that, despite two years of taking orders, he was ready to again be the King.
See the photos here.
Pictured: Elvis Presley at Fort Dix, New Jersey, shortly before his discharge from the U.S. Army, March 1960.
The photos in the gif above are not digitially manipulated in any way! Photographer Sakir Gökçebag carefully and painstakingly slices all of the food into intricate geometric patterns.