1. I looked out the window late this afternoon to see the rain turned to snow---so I grabbed the 7D and fired away.

    Shot with the stock lens, graded in FCP. "Super Flat" Picture Styles preset used.

    Music by brother Allen.
    allencarrescia.com

    Location is Philadelphia.

    I want to say a big thanks to everyone who has commented on this video. I take everything to heart, and all of your kind words have been greatly appreciated.

    reidcarrescia.com

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  2. Some shots along the Schuylkill in Philadelphia.

    Shot with the 7D, stock lens.

    Music by me.

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  3. You know that feeling. You've been away for far too long. You've spent so much time cooped up indoors huddled over books and exams that you've got to see the chiropractor. All you want to do is have some fun in the sun with your best of friends...

    Well, cheers to spring break.

    All shots pretty much just lazily hand-held---but hey, I was on vacation.

    So sit back, relax, and then head outdoors to catch some of your own Vitamin D.

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  4. In a crowded Philadelphia garage, Adam Cramer revives vintage motorcycles and the American tradition of grease-stained self-reliance.

    Read the Etsy blog post: etsy.me/libertyvintage.

    Music by:
    MONO
    monoishere.com
    Courtesy of Temporary Residence Ltd.
    temporaryresidence.com

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  5. In 1984 Steve Powers started climbing rooftops in his neighborhood and painting his alias ESPO as a dues paying member of the ICY graffiti club. 25 years later he returned home to Philadelphia in the summer of 2009 to write a love letter across the same rooftops facing the Market-Frankford line. The letter, meant for one, with meaning for all, encompasses 50 walls on a 20 block stretch of market street. Drawing input, inspiration, and work from the community Powers created a letter to and from west Philly. This unprecedented public art project was a collaboration of Powers, The Mural Arts Program, and the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage. It required 1200 cans of spray paint, 800 gallons of bucket paint, and the skilled hands of 20 of the finest spray painters in America, who Powers put into the legendary ICY club.

    "A Love Letter For You - Brick Valentines On The Philly Skyline" documents the art and the neighborhood that inspired this ambitious public art project.

    Get the book here: http://www.freenewsprojects.com/store/books/a-love-letter-for-you-pre-order.html

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