Category: Iconic Photo Series
Iconic Photo of When Time Stands Still As a Parent
“This photo represents the purpose of my photography. My daughter was having daily meltdowns…”
Creating an Iconic Photo of a Man
Creating an Iconic Photo of a man is as simple or as difficult as you let it. My advice is this: photograph them being them. See this example from Cassey Ramesz.
A Self Portrait Documenting Family In the Now
How would you document your family in the now? Loving how Katie Myrick made this iconic photo happen, this is August’s Iconic Photo.
One of the Most Timeless Iconic Photos: First Breaths
No other image is as classic and timeless than that of your very first photo. This addition to our iconic photos blog category is from photographer, Gina Holt.
Photographing the Tired, Sick, and Vulnerable
I’ve seen this scene more than I’d like to count. I love Rachel’s perspective on photographing the non-happy moments… the tired, sick, and vulnerable as she says. Keep reading 😉
Iconic Photo – Our Family Matriarch
This photo nearly made my jaw hit the floor. This iconic photo relays the story of a relationship with Grandma by truly documenting their connection here.
Documenting a Timestamp in Your Life
There is a defining moment every mother can relate to: the moment you realize your last baby is your last. ‘This is it,’ you think to yourself… likely with big, crocodile tears in your eyes.
Iconic Self Portrait from Soul Threading: Light + Children
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.
Documentary Wedding Iconic Photo from Ian Bursill
Weddings are a perfect place to spot documentary photography, because as the photographer, we are observing and shooting what is happening over directing images into creation.
A Portrait Honoring a Friend – Iconic Image from Dokk Savage Photography
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 very real, very honest.
Iconic Photo – It’s About What You Don’t See
The blue sky in this photo, taken in the center of suburbia, is like a statement piece necklace on your business casual outfit. In Lauren’s description, you’ll learn that this Iconic Photo was produced during a documentary session. What I personally see in this photo, goes beyond what you actually see.