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I Go Out. I See Friends. I Take Pictures. I Post Them.

Their art is the party. Their gallery is the Internet. Four young photographers who live behind the lens.

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Hanuk, 37
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“I worked in fashion for years, so I know all the editors and people in the industry. And because they’re my friends, everyone is super loose around me. Usually we all go out and drink too much and remember nothing, so the photos are the way to figure out what happened. (I leave the inappropriate ones at home, so no one gets mad.) I have such funny pictures, like from Halloween or Lauren [Santo Domingo]’s wedding in Colombia. I really only shoot people I know—the site is really more like my diary and less for the public. I don’t pose anyone. I don’t post names because that would be weird. Luckily my little point-and-shoot Leica records the date and time of each snap. Every night as I’m walking home, I always shoot a photo of, like, a garbage can or the sidewalk so the next day I can see how late I got home.”


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