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iPhoneography would you like to comment?

Categories: journalism, Personal, Portraits, slideshow

Ever since I was 17 I’ve had a thing for cameras. I’ve got quite a collection; A few 35mm film cameras, two 6x7s, a 6×4.5, Holga, Lomo, a twin lens, and my stable of digital equipment. But there’s one very small camera that I never leave home without, my iPhone. The few times that I’ve misplaced or lost my phone, my biggest fear is that I’ll miss the chance to photograph some interesting person or moment. There’s always some element that draws me in to take a picture. It may take 100 frames until the right elements align or as I put it, the magic happens. I’ve found that strapped with my iPhone, headphones, and maybe even a cup of coffee to sip on, I can really become inconspicuous.

Up until this point my iPhone photos have been like a coveted collection of miniatures in my Instagram gallery. This New Year, as a gift to myself, I worked long and hard to cull my favorites out of the thousands of photos I’ve taken with this camera over the last two years. It’s been a long time coming.

Wishing you all a wonderful 2014!

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Find me on Instagram at Elizabeth Lloyd

Rangefinder – Our Pics of the Year 2013 would you like to comment?

Categories: Press

I’m so excited to have a photo chosen for the December issue of Rangefinder Magazine in their Pics of the Year 2013.

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My shot is the one in the upper right. It’s of Caroline and Sean on the subway in New York on their wedding day. Big thanks to the great photographer and WPPI Director Jason Groupp for choosing this image among his favorites.

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Jason Groupp’s caption and the photo.
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(Yay)