Photo 4: Boyfriend screening it up

After we finished watching an incredibly lame movie, my boyfriend decided to try and salvage his hardrive with a broken partition table using some Linux apps he heard about. It is taken a total of 3 monitors: an old Dell laptop screen that is partially broken, our tv, and his main laptop - the macbook pro. I have a thing for shots with strong directional lighting, so I thought I would use it for my daily photo.

Picture 13: Fish

I went as far as the grocery store last night. We were trying to go get a few extra vegetables for dinner and pick up an extra monitor cable. We left with a box of Macaroni and Cheese and some juice. Somewhere in there, I stopped b the pet isle and saw the fish tanks. The glare on the glass was a bit hard to avoid without getting really close. This was probably the best balance between interest and glare. 

Photo 11: Domokun Takes Control!

I was able to think of something to stage with this shot. So even though it was still a bit of a late night shot I am happier with it. I got the small purple fuzzy Domo from a blind box set at my local comic book store (I had really wanted Mecha Domo!). And he balanced really well on my 360 controller. Though he left a ton of smal purple Domo hairs behind!

I wasn’t really thrilled with what I had in the background for this shot. I should have set up a stage to take the shot in. 

Photo 12: The State Theater

My boyfriend and I went to a midnight screening of Who Framed Rodger Rabbit last night and it was finally my chance to take a shot of something not in the apartment! I didn’t want to have to deal with my tripod for the whole movie so I settled on something that gave off enough light at that time of night - The theater’s marquee. There was a truck blocking a shot from the front, but I was able to get a few good ones from the side.