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May 30, 2018, marked the 8th year since I’ve become a proud, Long Island homeowner. You see, I am a statistic. I grew up as a statistic. I was the youngest of three children raised by a single mother. I’m a female, and also a minority, so never in a million years did this city […]

Iconic Photo Series: “The Swing Set”

I have a story about bubblegum and a picture to go with the story that shows how amazing photos are, and how important our job is. This is my grandma – probably my favorite person in the universe. We lived in a small town of fewer than 3000 people. Everyone in town knew of her. […]

An Iconic Photo of “The Bubblegum Lady”

How do you photograph an adult, a man, a teenager, a couple… etc… in a documentary-style way? This question is asked a lot around the Fearless and Framed community. My response is always this simple: photograph them being them, doing what they do. The results will always leave you with a photo that sums up […]

Creating an Iconic Photo of a Man

I commend anyone that gets in front of the camera to begin with. Creating an image with 6 people, fully unplanned, that tells the true tale of their world together is a true art form. How would you document your family in the now? Loving how Katie Myrick made this iconic photo happen, this is August’s […]

A Self Portrait Documenting Family In the Now

No other image is as classic and timeless than that of your very first photo. So often we see this image of baby in the traditional pink and blue cap, laying in the hospital bassinet. Today, with birth photography on the rise, the first photo of baby is becoming one of baby’s first breath, first […]

One of the Most Timeless Iconic Photos: First Breaths

In the first seconds, I saw this image, the thought that crossed my mind was, “I’ve so been there.” As a parent of two toddlers, specifically one little boy that has had over a dozen ear infections, I’ve seen this scene more than I’d like to count. I love Rachel’s perspective on photographing the non-happy moments… […]

Photographing the Tired, Sick, and Vulnerable

This photo nearly made my jaw hit the floor. I found it completely breathtaking and am honored Angela has shared the image and her thoughts with us. I not only love that this is a special image with a Grandparent in the frame, but the words of the relationship between Angela’s Grandma and cousin are […]

Iconic Photo – Our Family Matriarch

I’ve followed Soul Threading for awhile now and am always inspired. I was over the moon when I saw Stacey’s Iconic Photo come in. We’ve seen detail shots, loved ones, symbolic portraits, but she was the first artist to share a self portrait to us. Getting in the frame is something I rarely do, so to me, […]

Iconic Self Portrait from Soul Threading: Light + Children

Aside from photographing my children, it was photographing weddings where I really learned the backbone to documentary photography. Conversations, reactions, moments, and stolen looks are just a glance of what you can really find on a wedding day. Weddings are a perfect place to practice documentary photography, because as the photographer, we are observing and shooting […]

Documentary Wedding Iconic Photo from Ian Bursill

I stumbled upon this photo through a Facebook Group I belong to. Fearless and Framed doesn’t post a ton of portrait photos. We live and breathe documentary style photography here. However, the caption to this photo captivated me. This may not be considered a documentary photo, but Charlene’s reaction to the words of the photographer are […]

A Portrait Honoring a Friend – Iconic Image from Dokk Savage Photography

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