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Jesse Johnson as John Wilkes Booth and Billy Campbell as Abraham Lincoln. "Killing Lincoln", National Geographic Channel

Jesse Johnson as John Wilkes Booth and Billy Campbell as Abraham Lincoln. "Killing Lincoln", National Geographic Channel By Joey L

Joey L. - NYC-based Photographer and Director

Photographer Joey Lawrence’s portfolio and director’s reel. Including portraits from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, Varanasi India, and various commercial assignments.

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These different types of lighting create different gradients and colours of light giving an image more meaning and depth. The way the light is enables the image to be more interesting and direct to what you want for your shoot.

Joey L. - NYC-based Photographer and Director

Photographer Joey Lawrence’s portfolio and director’s reel. Including portraits from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, Varanasi India, and various commercial assignments.

Born and raised in Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Ridduan Ismail has garnered a  strong social media following for his simple yet impactful photography.  Ridduan has also curated two successful exhibitions of his work, 'Banjir'  and 'The Accessories Story' and has major plans to expand his photography  w

Born and raised in Kota Bharu, Kelantan, Ridduan Ismail has garnered a strong social media following for his simple yet impactful photography. Ridduan has also curated two successful exhibitions of his work, 'Banjir' and 'The Accessories Story' and has major plans to expand his photography w

Seeing Halloween, as if for the First Time - NYTimes.com

Seeing Halloween, as if for the First Time

Among Halloween revelers in Brooklyn, costumes may cover bodies, but they reveal some essential fears and fantasies.

The men fear the qamtut, a rumored grave robber hidden among the tribe who feasts on the flesh of the newly dead in the cover of night.

Portrait of a Bodi Warrior The men fear the qamtut, a rumored grave robber hidden among the tribe who feasts on the flesh of the newly dead in the cover of night. Bodi Me’en Tribe, Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia

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