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What an interesting idea for a self-portrait.

What an interesting idea for a self-portrait.

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oliphillips:

My favourite photo I took whilst in NYC, not bad saying I lost my DSLR charger and had to resort to my iPhone 4 camera

New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of; there’s nothing you can’t do. ♩

oliphillips:

My favourite photo I took whilst in NYC, not bad saying I lost my DSLR charger and had to resort to my iPhone 4 camera

New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of; there’s nothing you can’t do. ♩

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andrewharlow:

by jwrnyc

I could remember my Chocobo-hunting days in Final Fantasy IX.  

andrewharlow:

by jwrnyc

I could remember my Chocobo-hunting days in Final Fantasy IX.  

jorgeqfolio:

Boarding American
With the exception of most of its employees, it’s fair to say that I enjoy airports. They’re a setting mixed with both intrigue and boredom. They’re fascinating for what they fulfill such as allowing people to travel far distances quickly and rather easily yet their boring to those have no choice but to await long periods of time for their flights. And how can you forget the superficial advertisements, the overpriced souvenirs, the stale muffins and the iPod dispensing vending machines.
There’s something for everyone and if you happen to be the people watching or always-having-a-camera type, then spending time in a place more than you would like will not faze you as much. At the time I wasn’t too familiar with the protocol on being able to photograph anywhere inside the airport so sitting near an area where I was unlikely to be noticed was key as we waited and waited. Having a fisheye lens opened the opportunity for a little more creativeness in the shot.

Aside from taking beautifully-composed shots, Jorge Quinteros is a very thoughtful photographer. Always has a story to tell for each of his photos. 
PS Mr. Quinteros, if by chance you read this, keep it up! 

jorgeqfolio:

Boarding American

With the exception of most of its employees, it’s fair to say that I enjoy airports. They’re a setting mixed with both intrigue and boredom. They’re fascinating for what they fulfill such as allowing people to travel far distances quickly and rather easily yet their boring to those have no choice but to await long periods of time for their flights. And how can you forget the superficial advertisements, the overpriced souvenirs, the stale muffins and the iPod dispensing vending machines.

There’s something for everyone and if you happen to be the people watching or always-having-a-camera type, then spending time in a place more than you would like will not faze you as much. At the time I wasn’t too familiar with the protocol on being able to photograph anywhere inside the airport so sitting near an area where I was unlikely to be noticed was key as we waited and waited. Having a fisheye lens opened the opportunity for a little more creativeness in the shot.

Aside from taking beautifully-composed shots, Jorge Quinteros is a very thoughtful photographer. Always has a story to tell for each of his photos. 

PS Mr. Quinteros, if by chance you read this, keep it up! 

  1. This totally mind-fucked me. 
  2. Is this even real?
  3. It’s as if they are willing to destroy some expensive photography equipment here…. Reflectors? Tripods? Gorillapods? What’s the matter with that DSLR acting as a weight? WTF?
  4. Mind-fuck.
  5. You have to watch this making-of video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfrmTN0Ly94
  6. 2DPhotography rules!
ZaInT on mussolisa’s Meet my husband (on Reddit):

If you don’t feel like this getting married, you’re doing it wrong.

Until then, I would have to learn how to jump like that.

ZaInT on mussolisa’s Meet my husband (on Reddit):

If you don’t feel like this getting married, you’re doing it wrong.

Until then, I would have to learn how to jump like that.

I’ll Make Ya Famous by Tom Ryaboi.
Amazing photo by Mr. Steve Richards of the “Blue Dragon” which he took on his flight from Cardiff, Wales to Faro, Portugal. There have been many claims that this photo is a fake, but he says (on Flickr): 

For the record, it IS a photograph, of a real place, that I took on our flight from Cardiff to Faro.
The blue colour is from the water reflecting the sky and the white flecks are of course the clouds. The striking colours are thanks to running the original picture through Topaz Adjust 4.
Not that the above information will help anyone convinced that it’s fake, but at least it allows me the opportunity to set the record straight for anyone willing to read this text.

Be this real or not, it’s still a wonderful photo. This just proves that dragons do exist.

Amazing photo by Mr. Steve Richards of the “Blue Dragon” which he took on his flight from Cardiff, Wales to Faro, Portugal. There have been many claims that this photo is a fake, but he says (on Flickr)

For the record, it IS a photograph, of a real place, that I took on our flight from Cardiff to Faro.

The blue colour is from the water reflecting the sky and the white flecks are of course the clouds. The striking colours are thanks to running the original picture through Topaz Adjust 4.

Not that the above information will help anyone convinced that it’s fake, but at least it allows me the opportunity to set the record straight for anyone willing to read this text.

Be this real or not, it’s still a wonderful photo. This just proves that dragons do exist.

wedontneedroads:

Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia.
This is a photograph. The orange background is a dune tinted by the morning sun.

Consider my mind blown. What a skilled (not to mention, lucky!) photographer.

wedontneedroads:

Camel Thorn Trees, Namibia.

This is a photograph. The orange background is a dune tinted by the morning sun.

Consider my mind blown. What a skilled (not to mention, lucky!) photographer.