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Living a Dream and Sharing its Joy

Hey guys, Anna here. In addition to the fun I get to have at Fracture, I’m always looking for a fun adventure (foreshadowing). Some people are literally living the dream, living a lifestyle so unique and uncommon that you can’t help but say, “How are you living that life?” Brock is one of those people. Not only does he get to see it all, but he also gets to photograph it all, which he is quite good at doing. He’s …

Fracture Explores: Gainesville, Florida

Beautiful photo spots aren’t always far away; you just have to know where to look. Here at Fracture, we’re always encouraging others to take advantage of photography because it preserves a memory, a moment, an adventure. With that in mind, we decided to start exploring. Over the next months, we’ll show you more of our adventures to celebrate the most beautiful spots across our country. We start with our own backyard. One of our friends, Garrett Schmidt, shared his photos and …

3 Simple Lessons from a Total Eclipse Adventure

Here at Fracture we were just as swept up in Eclipse-mania as everyone else. Homemade viewing glasses, NASA approved welding masks, and laminated solar eclipse charts in hand – we came prepared to fully geek out. Sensing an awesome opportunity to capture a special moment in time, we sent a few teammates Eclipse-chasing. Here’s a recap of Drew and Taylor’s excellent adventure. What happened yesterday will likely only happen a couple more times in our lifetime. So when Taylor and …

Beautiful Photography Begins With an Appetite for Adventure

There is something majestic about being able to enjoy your photography for what it is and where it takes you. Truthfully, we all want to have this feeling whenever we hold a camera and simply let go of everything that holds us back; whether it be the constant comparison of our work to other photographers, the struggle to identify our talent, or the trifles of always wanting better cameras and lenses than we can afford. If you’re searching for inspiration, …

Make This Valentine’s Day An Adventure

The view was breathtaking. As the small plane banked sharply, the twinkle of distant lights in the dark night slowly gave way to a majestic site: the U.S. capitol building in all it’s night time glory. Our pilot sat quietly, there was no need for commentary as we swept the Washington monument and the White House. My girlfriend leaned in closer as we passed the Jefferson memorial and over the river. As we banked again turning back east, she leaned …