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Mayor de Blasio made a sexist move by trying to ban breast-baring in Times Square. The Mayor called a group of women posing for photos — in body paint and nothing else on top — a "quality-of-life issue." He set up a task force to make the situation even more ridiculous. (Refinery29) Alcohol and weed are friends, not read
September in New York City is, well, kind of the dream. Weather-wise, we tend to get the best of both worlds — remnants of hot summer sweat, and a first-look at crisp autumn days — which can make for some serious sartorial creativity. So, how do you (and your wardrobe), balance two seasons at the same time? The answer read
Googling “questions to ask a wedding photographer” produces the same advice again and again: “How long have you been in business?” “What’s your style?” or “What happens if you become ill?” These are all good questions, and you should plan on asking them, but in today’s world, with so many photographers read
"Only in photography can you lend me your eyes and hand me a moment of time itself. Photography has a remarkable ability to deliver an audience a story and a story to an audience.” — Joy Thigpen, Wedding Styling 101 It is your photographer’s duty to capture precious, beautiful, real moments from your wedding day, read
We may be in mid-August, but that doesn't mean the New York City heat has eased up. In fact, we'd go as far as to say that these past few days have taken heat and humidity to peak levels of grossness. We're hot. We're sticky. And while our bodies are pretty much begging us to shack up all day in an air-conditioned office, read