justinhackworth Bright sun, Haiti. 6h

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justinhackworth Driving through Poland with @krisboehm. 1999. 20h

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justinhackworth Weird self portrait. 1d
  •   patstika One time on the way home from Yosemite, Ken did a whole photo essay on the absolutely unattractive town of Tonapah, Nevada. He found textures, shadows, rust and weathered paint. Masterful and lovely. I like. 1d
  •   patstika Crud. Playing eyespye, I just found the doll. Eerie, but I still like. 1d
  •   justinhackworth @patstika Wow. Sounds so interesting. 1d
  •   patstika Haha, the end result, yes, hangin' in Tonapah, not so much. I love the way artist such as yourself view our world with such creativity, that the mundane becomes the intriguing. 1d
  •   trilbytreble Creepy doll. 23h
  •   amaliasmith Ha super creepy #shadowselfie 14h

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justinhackworth A young girl with her grandmother. Haiti. 2d
  •   benmbarker Very cool 2d
  •   thisislindsay Just curious, do you ask permission before taking photos or do you just take them? I always feel like I need to ask, especially in foreign cultures. 1d
  •   nicwilcolorado Love it 1d
  •   rosylemmons Love family 1d
  •   justinhackworth @thisislindsay Well, this was shot for a company that hired me to photograph mothers and families. So this was arranged, and these people were told I was coming to photograph them. In general, however, I usually ask permission. 1d

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justinhackworth Brooke, getting ready for her wedding, 2006. @kbjenningsroe 2d

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justinhackworth The mayor asked me to come to his office to give him a few photography tips. @cjanekendrick was there, too, and took this picture. I love it! Maybe she should be giving me tips! @provomayor That background picture is one I took in Haiti last month. 3d

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justinhackworth 100% fun, this girl. @katiesokoler. 3d

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justinhackworth Melissa, El Capitan Beach. #yeahfieldtrip @marbleryephoto 4d

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justinhackworth One of my favorite parts of the wedding is just minutes before the bride will walk down the aisle. The guests are inside the church, probably standing, looking, there’s music playing, and the groom is up front, waiting to see what vision comes through those doors. And on the other side of the doors is the bride, giddy and nervous, and standing with her father who says to her “I’ve never seen you look more beautiful”. That moment, where the bride is with her father just minutes before she’s to wed, that’s what I love to photograph.

And in my second year of business, in 2001, I photographed Ania in that very scenario. Here she is with her father, who traveled from Poland to Santa Barbara to be there. It was his first time in the United States. This pictures remains one of my favorite pictures I’ve ever taken. And this is the magic I’m looking for with every wedding I photograph.
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  •   brandonandallyson Definition of classic. 4d
  •   karleeannn ️tears 4d
  •   aimeeheff Lots of heart and soul in your photography. This is just beautiful. 4d
  •   nicole_hum_stitchery 4d
  •   katie.e.young.58 Prawie plakam. Also, I love that we get to see his wedding ring in this photo because Poles wear them them on the right hand. The magic is in the look they're sharing, but I love how that small detail deepens their understanding of the promises she's about to make and the ones he's keeping. What a beautiful depiction of family! #milosc 4d
  •   mtolivier1 I love the emotion that you capture. 3d
  •   hannahtaylorphotography This is stunning justin! 3d

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justinhackworth One time, Donny Osmond came to the studio. Styled by @lindseynshores 4d

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justinhackworth Wedding guest, 2008. #utahweddings 5d

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justinhackworth Faith, the very regal. #alpinefilmlab 7d

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justinhackworth David + Rebecca, 2013. @rebradjack @david_r_jackson 1w

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justinhackworth Pretty party person at @thealisonshow's super fun dance party last night. #alisonscandyshoppe 1w

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justinhackworth A few days ago, I invited @thealisonshow to come speak to my photography students at UVU about branding, social media, and doing what you love. She told the class that at this point in her life, what she’s come to realize is that her purpose in life is to spread joy and love. Her method: dance parties (and other stuff, too). So that’s what I photographed tonight. 300 women basking in joy and love at a fantastic dance party hosted by Alison. I’m so impressed with people that blaze their own trails. I’m so impressed with the one and only Alison Faulkner. #alisonscandyshoppe 1w

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justinhackworth Santa Cruz, 2013. @matesenlee 2w

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justinhackworth I intended to shoot far more film images than I actually did while I was in Haiti. Nevertheless, here's one, taken with the #Rollei camera. Film scanned expertly by @alpinefilmlab #alpinefilmlab 2w
  •   pawcebo There is so much of her humanity in her eyes that it's heartwrenching in all kinds of ways. You don't often see eyes like that in the US, just the dead eyes of people resigned to the expectations of society. 2w
  •   cmjolley A perfect choice to do on a rollei its brings such a beauty to her story 2w
  •   justinhackworth @pawcebo Well said. 2w
  •   justinhackworth @cmjolley @tamsinface Thanks so much. 2w
  •   emmewebb She's beautiful, substantial. 2w
  •   pawcebo @justinhackworth I'm new to your work/feed, but I've really enjoyed what I've seen! I think it's so, so important that photojournalists keep going to places like Haiti and Guinea, and so many others, lest the rest of the world forget they're there now that it's no longer trendy to care. Not because they need a bunch of white saviourism rolling in, but because it's always important to remember all the ways people survive even the worst of tragedies/disasters without losing their humanity, their culture, their spirit. I'm being a little preachy here, I know, but it's coming from a place of being tired of seeing Kim Kardashian on the news like she's, you know, news. 2w
  •   justinhackworth @pawcebo I'm right there with you. I also think what's important about going to places like Haiti is because as different as it is to the USA, there's so many ways in which we (human race) are all similar. 2w
  •   alyssapaquette It never ceases to amaze me how much power one photograph can have. Such a gorgeous and raw image. 1w

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