Amy Friend

Like all photographers, Amy Friend requires the benefits of light to create her art. Photography cannot exist without it. Her series “Dare all Luce” (an Italian phrase used to describe the moment of birth) examines the very literal – but also transcendental – effect of light in photography. By manipulating old photographs with pin holes and then reshooting them in front of a bright light source, Amy reinvents them, giving them new energy and a new life. I love the magical effect her technique creates – the shimmer of a soul in a frozen image. Visit her website to learn more about her work.


All photographs by Amy Friend


Andrew Ritchie is the creator of Martha Moments, a blog devoted Martha-Stewart related content and her community of supporters. He lives and works in Toronto, Canada, and has been a longtime friend of Brent & Josh, Beekman 1802 and Sharon Springs. Each week he’ll scour the world (wide web) to find the 5 most beautiful things to inspire you. Follow Andrew on Pinterest.




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Sonja Norman

oh how lovely, in our classroom we also know how important light is,so we use it all the time around us, to paint, to draw..with everything. Great pictures.