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Valentine’s Day BTS: ‘The Love Club’ with David Talley

By Megan Kennedy on February 14th 2014

The Love Club - David Talley

Whether you are glowing in love or feeling a bit melancholy this Valentine’s Day, you are sure to feel moved by the work of talented young photographer David Talley, including his new work above titled ‘The Love Club’:

There’s no need to allow external factors to become internal struggles. Everyone goes through the idea pictured above at some point in their lives – the difference is whether you lay in the rubble, or build something from the dust.

Talley developed the idea for this image in January while taking an evening walk in the brisk 15-above weather of Detroit, Michigan. Currently, the 20-year-old fine art and portrait photographer is traveling in Uganda working with Wando International to shed light on the day-to-day life of widows and orphans in East Africa. Talley obviously has a big heart to share, and hopefully his work can inspire you this Valentine’s Day.

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The behind-the-scenes video below lets you into his world, and finishes with a speed edit of the final image, inspired by Lorde’s song ‘The Love Club.’

Now, enjoy some more of his creative work, then go find someone to hug!

Poison - David Talley Away - David Talley You Fall - David Talley david talley Land-lovers - David Talley Flitter - David Talley In a Flash - David Talley

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CREDITS: All photographs by David Talley Photography are copyrighted and have been used with permission for SLR Lounge. Do not copy, modify or re-post this article or images without express permission from SLR Lounge and the artist.

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With roots in nonfiction and commercial video production, Megan found a passion for still photography in 2009 while traveling through Ghana. Today she shoots weddings and portraiture with an adventurous bent with her husband at Rogue Heart Media, as well as continuing her work in video production. Connect with her on Facebook or through their website.

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  1. Joseph Prusa

    Thanks for posting

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