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Little Boy Gets His Head Stuck. When Dad Tries Everything, Watch The Trick That Works!
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We Posed Like “Sports Illustrated” Swimsuit Cover Models And It Was Empowering
Nowadays lots of women think that they don\\'t have good bodies and therefore they don\\'t have boyfriends, or they aren\\'t pretty enough. It is important, especially when summer is coming. You will see beautiful women but they will show us something new and a really cool thing, too. source You can see these women,...

Also deserves the best. Superb expressiveness, and big role of the pink bag.
Don’t feel like helping papa today - Daily market of Kota Kinabalu, Borneo. ©
Nina van Rijn aka Nina Foto :

Yeah, I think we’ve went from “I’ll do anything for you cause you’re the best thing that ever happened to my life” to “what the fuck am I still doing hanging around” real quick.

Therapy Struggles

How are you supposed to talk about difficult life things and experience/express the emotions about them at the same time? I literally do not know how to do this. I can only talk a bit about things in a detached, disconnected, dissociated way but then feel overwhelmed and unsafe with the feelings hitting me belatedly after session. If I let the emotions out in session I feel contained, connected, calmer, but feeling the emotions means I can hardly talk or string a sentence together, which means I can’t work through the problem I need to talk about.

I can either exist in my head or in my body, I can’t seem to do both at the same time. There isn’t enough time in a session to do one first, then the other. I need to talk about specific family issues that are pressing but I do not know how to do it. I don’t know how to feel. I don’t know how to be.

This is another image from our task within Portraiture class of creating different versions of the same person. For this image I decided to combine different images of Mary and create a series of different emotions. These images were taken with an aperture of f5.6, a shutter speed of 1/125, an ISO of 100 and a focal length of 105mm. Again I used a gobo light with the same pattern and positioned the gobo facing down onto my subjects face. However I brought my subject closer to the light so that the pattern was more focused and less spread out. I briefed my subject throughout the shoot to create a range of emotions from solemn, fearful, scared and terrified. I combined all the images together in Photoshop to create a story full of emotions to show how easy it is to feel something. Again I used a telephoto lens so that my subjects face wasn’t distorted when photographing up close. I feel my subject made these images as she listened to what I wanted and her deliverance of these emotions were fantastic.

The Side Look of a Barcelonese #648 : Untitled © Steven Chase aka Band Parent

The Side Look of a Barcelonese #648 : Untitled © Steven Chase aka Band Parent