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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 …

Acrobat Cats get a Professional Shoot

Hi, I’m Anna- I work on the marketing team at Fracture. In my other life, I’m a UF student and a coffee connoisseur. Sometimes we see really fantastic orders come through that we just HAVE to find out more about. Susan Wetstone’s order was one of these, and she was happy to share more about her high-flying felines. If you refer to your pets as your children, you and Susan just might get along. Wetstone got her “kids” from a …

Focus On Moments

Kahran Bethencourt and her husband own a photography business. We joined them on a photo shoot for a family in Atlanta (pictured here) to learn more about getting great family photos. Why take candid photos? “Candid photos are some of my favorite photos to capture because they really focus on a moment in time versus stiff, posed types of photos,” Kahran says. When it comes to candid photography, Kahran says it’s all about capturing the feeling in the moment instead …

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 …

Rekindling an Old Love of Photography with a New DSLR

My wife Julie had not touched a “real” camera for over 30 years. In that period of time, much has changed in camera technology since she used her Olympus Film camera. As a ballet dancer and instructor, she was interested in taking photos of dance back in the 1970s and ‘80s. She took two photography courses at a community college where she discovered that she had an exceptional eye for photo composition. But when that Olympus camera was stolen in …

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, …