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        It’s Friday. Everyone is either working really hard to get through to the weekend or have already mentally checked out. So, I thought it would be fun if every week, I keep notes on the photos, videos and other random things I run across that inspire me. So, this is the first installment of my weekly inspiration list. Check back every Friday for more cool things (and send cool stuff my way)! As you can see, it’s not just photography related, but just good things that push people in good directions.

        Awesome posing by Nessa K. I have been following her work for a while. I really enjoy the natural nature that her work embodies.

        I fernly believe in love.

        A photo posted by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀Nessa Kessinger (@nessakphotography) on

        This piece called “Never Stop” about the work of Jimmy Chin. This guy is a legend in climbing and photography. He was one of the first people I followed on IG when I started and continues to wow me with his dedication, work and the constant creativity.

        Awesome food photography by Vanessa Rees

        A photo posted by Vanessa Rees (@vkrees) on

        Rangerfinder Magazine’s list of 30 rising stars in wedding photography – Seriously, there is so much inspiration for a wedding photographer in here. I like to read wedding blogs before heading out to photograph weddings and I will definitely come back to this.

        The new EP by Norwegian Arms called Jitterbug. I am not usually a big fan of ukelele, but I dig this and the album art rocks.

        Keeping it in the family, I’m always inspired by the film photography of my cousin, Brett. He mostly uses a beautiful vintage Leica camera (among others) and has a fantastic eye for life.

        This made me want to go running. I’ve had a bum knee for a few weeks, so haven’t been out, but man, after watching this, I wanted to go run forever. It’s really cool to see something this awesome so close to home.

        Lastly, this one is a little more fun, but the optical illusions in this biking video is so well done. As I’m watching it, the question of “how in the world did they do that” constantly is running through my head.

        Thanks for stopping by. See you next week.

        JTobiason Photography | Seattle Wedding Photographer | Joe@JTobiason.com | 253.642.7142

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