Who Forgets They Have a Blog?

Yep, that would be me. Fortunately, I haven’t forgotten to create a wider body of work. Phew.

Some of my latest work has been in the city of Echo Park for One Down Dog. We always shoot fun stuff, and this was no different. We got in trouble for using biodegradable confetti (yes, I know), reminded that it’s always sunny in Los Angeles (except when it’s not), and experienced running from location to location, kind of like a yogi scavenger hunt. Hey….

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Megan Feinberg and Bobbi Erwin — One Down Dog

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Molly O’Neill – One Down Dog

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Caitlin – One Down Dog

Yoga International is currently sharing Series Three of the This is #whatayogilookslike series from Yoga and Body Image Coalition. We have shot through series 6. Let me tell you, sitting on these images is killing me. I feel like I’ve been planning a surprise party for the last year. Series One and Two are off the hook though; I have never been more proud of a body of work.

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YBIC Series 1

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YBIC Series 2

Hopefully you’ll see more of me in the wild world of blogging. Why not, eh?

 

To book, email: hello@saritphotography.com

 

Love and shutter clicks,

Sarit

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The Latest From Sarit Photography: Interviews and Imagery 

Back in November, I had the opportunity to photograph a group of yogis to help launch the Yoga and Body Image campaign for the Yoga and Body Image Coalition (check out the video from Funk Films HERE).

De Jur Jones and Joni Yung

The coalition was birthed by Melanie Klein and Gigi Yogini after the release of Yoga and Body Image: 25 stories about Beauty, Bravery, and Loving Your Body, co-edited by Melanie Klein and Anna Guest-Jelley.

Images from the shoot were showcased in Mantra Magazine, Yoga Journal and countless others. And the tag line “This is what a yogi looks like” began flying through the ethers like wildfire. It felt good to be a part of something that had such inspired movement behind it. It also supported my long-standing advocacy for positive body talk in the media, my photography, and my own recovery.

It’s not uncommon to hear me talk candidly about body image, the overuse of photoshop, and our collective self-deprecation around the way we look and the way we perceive ourselves. It’s not uncommon for photographers to be asked to change anything from the breadth of one’s thighs, to the shape of ther eyes. Since picking up a camera, shifting this conversation has always been at the fore–even when I was shooting pinup–a world that thrives on hyper-real imagery.

Photographing yogis is more in line with my own ideologies but even within the confines of a “spiritual” community, delusion still reigns, supported by the shape-shifting industry we have to navigate. The Yoga & Body Image Coalition is a refreshing move out of this narrow way of thinking.

That said, I wanted to share this 2-part interview with me over at YBIC:

The Illusion of Perfection–Part One

Combatting Weapons of Mass Perfection–Part Two

We are simply enough, just the way we are.