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Fall 2017 Issue

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Fall 2017 Issue

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Creators need to eat that ‘good good’ in order to fuel their work flow and artistry. We should make it a habit to be inspired by all the beauteous things we enjoy, brunch being one of them. This after breakfast-before-lunch curation has got you on a bed of fluffy pancakes, wrapped in a bacon blanket, with dreams of cheese being grated over you. How’s that for inspiration, led by happiness?

Resource Magazine’s Fall 2017 “Brunch Issue” is all about delivering pictures before indulgence, with plenty of camera techniques included to enhance that savory moment. Featured is an abundance of food porn, take-away tips, and geniuses behind the madness. After this read, you’ll finally be able to wrap your brain around those drool-worthy Instagram shots, why brunch can look so tasty through just a smartphone, and how it became the phenomenon it is today.  

 Also in this issue:

FEATURE: Under An Arctic Sky: An Interview With Chris Burkard

Resource sought to uncover the mayhem behind Chris Burkard’s unconventional shoots and into-the-wild expeditions, whilst balancing his home life as a father of two.

FOCUS: The Visual Foodie: Brunch Boys Top Ten Egg Dishes of NYC

Infamous brunch Instagrammer, Jeremy Jacobowitz, shares what makes a worthy insta post, what goes into each snap, and where his dedication stemmed from, plus his all time favorite egg dishes in NYC.

EDITOR’S PICK - SWAG:

An in depth look at the two unalike drones, DJI Spark and Sony Alpha 9. Find out the major differences in regards to the price and performance of each.

NETWORK: Can I Be A Pro Photographer With A Low Profile On Social Media?

Executive Producer Of Parlay Studios, Adam Himber, gives us the inside scoop on what kind of impact the creative expressionist makes, while sharing his take on what the deciding factors are that essentially labels someone a ‘pro’.

IMAGE: A Tale of Two Buoys: The Nuance of Brunch

The funky and amusing Instagram food bloggers, Jackson and Graham Buoy, more so known as the ‘The Brother Buoys’, mashed up a true worded depiction of how and where their journey started and led them to the dopeness they are today.

 

 

 

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Creators need to eat that ‘good good’ in order to fuel their work flow and artistry. We should make it a habit to be inspired by all the beauteous things we enjoy, brunch being one of them. This after breakfast-before-lunch curation has got you on a bed of fluffy pancakes, wrapped in a bacon blanket, with dreams of cheese being grated over you. How’s that for inspiration, led by happiness?

Resource Magazine’s Fall 2017 “Brunch Issue” is all about delivering pictures before indulgence, with plenty of camera techniques included to enhance that savory moment. Featured is an abundance of food porn, take-away tips, and geniuses behind the madness. After this read, you’ll finally be able to wrap your brain around those drool-worthy Instagram shots, why brunch can look so tasty through just a smartphone, and how it became the phenomenon it is today.  

 Also in this issue:

FEATURE: Under An Arctic Sky: An Interview With Chris Burkard

Resource sought to uncover the mayhem behind Chris Burkard’s unconventional shoots and into-the-wild expeditions, whilst balancing his home life as a father of two.

FOCUS: The Visual Foodie: Brunch Boys Top Ten Egg Dishes of NYC

Infamous brunch Instagrammer, Jeremy Jacobowitz, shares what makes a worthy insta post, what goes into each snap, and where his dedication stemmed from, plus his all time favorite egg dishes in NYC.

EDITOR’S PICK - SWAG:

An in depth look at the two unalike drones, DJI Spark and Sony Alpha 9. Find out the major differences in regards to the price and performance of each.

NETWORK: Can I Be A Pro Photographer With A Low Profile On Social Media?

Executive Producer Of Parlay Studios, Adam Himber, gives us the inside scoop on what kind of impact the creative expressionist makes, while sharing his take on what the deciding factors are that essentially labels someone a ‘pro’.

IMAGE: A Tale of Two Buoys: The Nuance of Brunch

The funky and amusing Instagram food bloggers, Jackson and Graham Buoy, more so known as the ‘The Brother Buoys’, mashed up a true worded depiction of how and where their journey started and led them to the dopeness they are today.