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Best of 2013 – Number 1

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First of all, I would like to say thanks to everyone who visits here on a regular basis. Anyone who has reached out to me because through my work here at HOSSedia.com has always been super cool. Thank you for that! This image is important to me because it was taken while I was working on a new project, one that I hope is going to be a fun way to continue this adventure together. Hopefully my computer is fixed and we can get started soon. Stay tuned for some cool stuff in 2014. Things will be changing, but they will be changing for the good.

Thanks again for spending 2013 with me, looking forward to getting to know you all better in 2014!

Justin

Best of 2013 – Number 2

Henri Dunster

I could on at length about the conversations we had with Henri Dunster. What a life he led. Starting in the 50s as an industrial artist he moved to the Yucatan and began documenting Mayan Architecture. He spent his entire life doing just that. Several months after I made this photograph his passed away. I was honored that they used this portrait of him at his service. It was one of the few photographs ever taken of him.

Going Diving!

Howdy! Thanks for all the emails about the new site and video. I wish I could share it with you right now, but we are still producing it. The wait will be worth it though, I promise. I did get a bunch of questions about the new site ( ThePhotoFrontier.com ) and I will try to get to those over the next week or so. One question is…what is it? In short, it is a site dedicated to having fun and helping other photographers reach their photographic goals. Make sure you visit the site and sign up for the newsletter. We should have some cool news in the next week or so.

As for today’s image, well this is from one of my favorite all time dive sites….The Columbia Shallows on the south end of Cozumel, MX. I recently picked up a lighting kit for my GoPro so I should be able to film a short movie next time I’m there. Does anyone else who visits here enjoy diving?

Felix

Belize Dive Master

Felix, pictured here, is a dive master in Belize. He’s a super nice guy that shares some very interesting stories. Only because of the length, it is probably best if I share them with you in person. Every once in a while we would run into him in the town of Hopkins and he would be shaving his head using the rearview mirror of car. It seemed to fit perfectly into his shaving kit, so why not? Anyway, still hard at work on bringing some new content to you so bear with me. It should be ready shortly!

Production Manager

I hope you all had a great weekend. I actually had a kind of cool experience. A college teammate of mine (I was bike racer in college) took me to the Broncos game on Sunday. Although it was freezing, we were able watch a record-setting 64 yard field goal. It’s always cool to see things like that in person. Anyway, this is a little behind the scenes shot from Dead Horse point in Moab, Utah. I say behind the scenes because that person you see is our production manager taking an iPhone Photo as we were walking back from a video we were filming. The video will be released in a few weeks so stay tuned. If you’d like, sign up for my newsletter and I’ll let you know the second it hits the streets. We have been hard at work on it, and it will be the start of something totally new. If you are looking to learn more about photography, the creative process and all that is involved….stay tuned!