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Steve Larese is a photographer, writer and editor specializing in the cultures and history of the American Southwest. Larese is also an accomplished architectural and cuisine photographer, working for such publications as SuCasa, Arts & Antiques, Old House, Organic Gardening, Westways, New Mexico Journey, and Chile Pepper magazines. Larese has a background in newspaper reporting that includes writing for the Boston Globe and photographing for The New York Times. The travel editor, photo editor and staff photographer at New Mexico Magazine for 10 years, Larese’s award-winning travel writing and photography appear in periodicals and books internationally, including National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Adventure and Interval World, Southwest Fly Fishing, Albuquerque the Magazine, American Way and other publications. His work can be seen at stevelarese.com.
Tweet Instagram, the iPhone, even point-and-shoot cameras are coming loaded with them: filters to make your digital photos look like they were taken decades ago and stored in a shoebox until the internet came along. As professionals, we recognize digital simulations of color shift, scratches, chemical spots, light leaks, vignetting, lens flare, distorted lenses and edge [...]
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