11.22.2013

HUCK THE PHOTOGRAPHER // 002


the other day i uploaded the camera memory card onto the computer and i found a very exciting surprise waiting for me. huck's been at it again, and i am so pleased to present a few of his more recent photographic masterpieces. judging by the moody interplay of light and shadow, and his focus on the straight lines of the dining room and entry way set against the odd angles of the composition, i'd say his work is a statement on the duality of domestic life and the inherent ennui of the modern female homemaker. or something. anyway he's quite prolific.

please enjoy.


find huck's previous work HERE.

18 comments :

  1. I love these posts! So much fun to read haha :)
    xx
    Elise - www.elisedopson.com

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  2. So cute! Practice makes perfect. -Hanna Lei

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  3. A little photographer in the making!! I really enjoy these posts. They always put a smile on my face!

    xo
    Rachel

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  4. So funny. Next step is to take him around the city with that camera...see NYC from his perspective! ;)

    http://sometimesgracefully.com

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  5. I gave my daughter a camera at about the same age and she came back with a bunch of hilarious pictures like this (and one that looked like a creepy barbie doll crime scene photo......weird). Like someone already commented, practice makes perfect. I love Huck's photos lol!!

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  6. my son takes some pretty stekkar shots himself, love these!

    http://semiweeklyeats.blogspot.com/2013/11/have-great-weekend.html

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  7. how adorable. i recently found some of my daughter's selfies on my phone. they were hilarious. :)

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  8. For the longest time, for some strange reason, I wasn't able to comment on your blog. The plugin wouldn't work on any computer I used. But now I can! Hooray!! I just want to say, I absolutely LOVE your blog. Your real, down-to-earth style, your honesty, your taste in films (You've Got Mail gives me butterflies. I've watched it easily 25 times), books (your "Where the Wild Things Are" post made me tear up - that message from your husband on the cover page was so wonderful), everything! Thank you so much for inspiring me to not care so much about being lofty and perfect with my blog, but instead being real, because that's what I love about your style and everything you post! Anyway, just wanted you to know :) - Leith
    http://outsidelanddiaries.blogspot.com

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  9. Your intro - this is why I (internet) love you. The one of you and soda's so moody - wow, Henry!

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  10. You've got quite the artist on your hands! Creative types and all.

    xo Lisa | Making Life's Lemons {soon to be c/oMKE}

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  11. this is so much fun seeing the children doing their photography skills..i think after reading this post, i will let my future kids to use my camera..i will take the risk of spoiling them.haha

    xo josephine
    www.joselovincolors.com

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  12. The boy is genius - brilliant!

    Http:\\currenttemo.blogspot.com

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  13. This comment has nothing to do with your post, but for some reason this pin reminded me of you. You are going to die of joy if you look at it. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/407927678719393770/

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  14. So cute! He's got some skills ;)

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  15. I love when my son gets a hold of my camera and leaves surprise photos! Although usually they are unpleasant photos of myself in the morning!!

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  16. You have a gift of enjoying life to the fullest. Hope you're week is wonderful; happy thanksgiving!

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  17. i reckon he's a budding photographer! what a fun post. thanks for sharing!
    xx

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