Emily Stein returned to the days of her adolescence when she embarked on her latest project: mosh pit photography.
The mosh pit is a ritual that most of us have experienced in our youth. It's practically a rite of passage: you enter a child, emerge an adolescent. Of course, much like your first kiss and other similar rites of passages, it's not particularly glamorous. Instead, it can be a little awkward, sweaty and strange. However, you can bet that it will make a great memory; one that you'll recall fondly in the weeks, months and years to come.
Stein musters all her courage and dives back into this mythical mosh pit ritual, capturing these kids as they lose themselves in the music. Much like the kids, each photo is bereft of inhibitions.
Emily Stein Photographs the Kids These Days
1. Youthful Photography - There is an opportunity to capture the spirit of youth through unique photography techniques.
2. Subculture Rituals - Exploring underground subcultures can generate interest and inspire creativity.
3. Nostalgia Marketing - Brands can evoke feelings of nostalgia and connect with the youth through their past experiences and memories.
1. Music Festivals - Mosh pit photography can be used to capture the atmosphere of music festivals and attract more attendees.
2. Fashion - Tapping into youth subcultures can inspire new fashion trends and styles.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Nostalgia marketing can be used to connect with the youth and promote brands that evoke feelings of nostalgia.