all the photos are from weheartit

Peter Parker: Photographer
  • His work would reflect his life 120% of the time
  • His main goal would just be to capture things before they left
  • He’d be afraid of another Uncle Ben situation catching him by surprise I’m not crying
  • He would adore candid shots
  • ADORE
    THEM
  • Because they’re really hard to get right
  • But if done they’re done well, can capture the entire essence of something and he’d be so freaking good at photography he’d nail them
  • Also, he just wouldn’t have the patience or guts to preplan things or pose people
  • He just wouldn’t be confident enough in his ability to aww nO PETER NO
  • I feel like he’d tend to use a higher f-stop so that the background is in focus too
  • “I just want to get everything”
  • His favorite cameras to use would be film cameras likE THE ONE IN THE GIFS AH
  • He’d love the feel of it in his hands
  • The way the little clicks would sound as he reloaded it
  • How the back would pop open when he pulled up on the little tab
  • But it was a pain to use the darkroom so he’d use digital most of the time
  • He’d always bring it along when he was cruising through the city as Spidey
  • To get the shots up high of buildings
  • And just because it was so fun to
  • Some of his favorite things, Spidey and photography, mushed into one
  • He’d keep so many photo albums
  • They’d be hidden away in the corner of his room
  • Sometimes you’d flip through them
  • One time you’d find an album labeled “♡” and you’d open it hesitantly
  • It’d just be a ton of photos of you
  • Like pages and pages worth
  • All of the captions would be like either the corny joke that made you laugh for the picture or just a single word
    “Sunshine”
    “Honey”
    “Pretty”
    “Carefree”
    “Beautiful”
    “Perfect”
  • HELP ME IM SHAKING
  • He’d be a mess of limbs as he stumbled through the doorframe and caught you
  • “Ohmygo-what are you doing? Oh my - I’m so sorry I know that seems so creepy - oh gosh please don’t hate me I’m so so sorry love”
  • “Peter, Peter, it’s okay -”
  • “No, no, I’m sorry I just-”
  • “this is cute, Parker”
  • *cue lil blush on his freckles*
  • “R-really?”
  • I am……………………deceased

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HERE ARE:

THE KINDS OF PHOTOS PETER WOULD TAKE :)
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- heyyyya, hope you liked this and remember mood board request are open so go ahead and request one 💗

- all my photos are from “weheartit”. and please do NOT repost without credit, thanks.

- love ya

- kála

This week’s featured blog is @maianicole!

“Nature, wildlife, landscape, and more A place for me to post my experiments with photography in general. Currently I am using a Pentax K3ii, many of my older photos are taken with a Pentax K50. I enjoy photographing nature, animals, and interesting architecture. I am disabled and have chronic pain, so there are probably some times when I won’t post anything of my own work for a while. All photos are mine unless reblogged from someone else, all work reblogged will be credited. (No weheartit or pinterest here).

Instagram // Flickr

Photo credit

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Long Post on How I Make Aesthetic Collages

Since I’ve gotten so many questions about how I do these/ where I go/ what I use/ etc, here’s a handy play-by-play guide on how you can make an emo hipster collage on your phone from your couch as you binge-watch Desperate Housewives for the eight time.

It starts with a trip to Pinterest

Usually the inspiration comes from seeing something that’s so on point for a character, it suddenly becomes my civic duty to make a aesthetic post with it.

Now to spend what feels like (and occasionally is) several hours of browsing for the rest of the pictures (my tip is to use the keyword for what you’re looking for + photography - ex: “dark photography”). Make sure to look in the related pins if you find something close but not quite there. Most of what I find isn’t in the direct results.

If Pinterest doesn’t bring up anything good, I’ll use show screenshots, check out weheartit, or even Google, but about 95% of everything I’ve used has come from Pinterest.  

Now that I have more pictures, I open PicsArt (yes, it’s available for android).  

Press the plus sign

Choose Collages > Grid > Portrait. 8 seems pretty standard for most aesthetic collages you’ll find, but I use the 6-photo one because I’m still a lazy fuck.

Choose all your pictures 

Take the border down to 0% and rearrange the pictures in the order you want them.

Cool, but some of the pictures need fixing. The one on the top right needs to be cropped. 

I choose a couple others that are a bit too bright for the scheme I want and press FX.

Pick whatever filter to make it match up with your ~vision~. 

After making all the individual changes, press the check mark.

The check mark will make the collage into one solid picture, and more editing options will become available. 

I always save before making any other changes. After saving, you can pick another filter to make everything uniform. Or open tools to adjust brightness/contrast and all that other stuff. Those are better for individual photo editing though. Once again, these other options aren’t available when you edit in the first stage of your collage, so if you have a picture that requires more than a filter, do that before starting your collage.

Congrats! It’s an aesthetic post.

I’ll usually do 2-5 other versions for a collage, using different filters or putting the pictures in different orders until I’m satisfied. Then I’ll compare them in drafts and post whichever I like best.

Hope this was helpful!

anonymous asked:

I was wondering if you could give some advice on how to make edits/mood boards and such? Like what programs to use and how to start where to begin? If you have a FAQ I'm sorry for asking, I'm in mobile and cant find it

np! i do have a faq but i don’t think it would quite answer what you need answered so i don’t mind :D

so, honestly, i don’t know if this goes for everyone but def for me, you’re never gonna like Get Good at making edits. every time i put out an edit, i think ‘god this sucks wtf am i even doing but i spent a fucking hour on this so im posting it’ thats literally how almost every time goes

also make sure not to get discouraged if you don’t get a lot of notes on edits. i have like 14k followers and some of my posts don’t get over 40 notes and that’s life!

anyways down to the Actual Editing advice:

those are just some starters but yea, feel free to ask more questions! sorry if this isn’t at all what you were wanting 

This is the full photo for my new header, I found it on WeHeartIt and I wanted to post it with the watermark so everyone cash see the amazing artist. I believe that says amywebberson.tumblr.com if I am correct. All credit goes to that person on this amazing Schuyler Sisters x Disney crossover, the watermark got cut off from the positioning but THIS IS THEIR ART

EDIT: As pointed out by @prismatic-bell this is actually by @amymebberson not webberson and apparently you can @ people which is useful

Transit: a playlist

Life is as hectic as possible. My days are composed of leaving the house early and coming home late. It’s exhausting but maybe I just need time to get used to it. I’ve been riding the train almost everyday now to get to the office. The trip is quite long so I always put my earphones on and drift off to another world. On times like these, I like staring out the window while listening to music that calms me down in a world where life is so fast-paced.

  1. All of the People- Panama Wedding
  2. Cool Kids- Echosmith
  3. Chasing Cars- Snow Patrol
  4. Crazy Bird- Wild Child
  5. Down River- The Temper Trap
  6. Easy Friend- East of Ely
  7. Eileen- Tin Sparrow
  8. Home- Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
  9. Mushaboom- Feist
  10. Oceans- Coasts
  11. Riptide- Vance Joy
  12. Sweet Disposition- The Temper trap
  13. Twigs and Stones- Siskiyou
  14. Shining Star- City of Lions
  15. Distance- Christina Perri feat. Jason Mraz

(Base Photo from Weheartit)

**DO NOT DELETE TEXT OR SELF PROMOTE. YOU WILL BE DISQUALIFIED IF YOU DO**


Hey lovelies! Anne and I (Dea) have decided to do a pasta awards together to show how much we love Italian food, especially pasta! We are looking forward to discovering new blogs and can’t wait to pick our winners!


 THE KITCHEN RULES: 

~must be following dea and anne (we will be checking)

~reblog this post 

~likes = bookmarks only 

~do not self promote/delete this text or else you’ll be disqualified


THE PASTA MENU: 

~ best url (2x) - lasagna 

~ best icon - spaghetti and meatballs 

~ best theme (2x) - pesto 

~ best updates tab (2x) - chicken fettuccini 

~ nicest blogger (2x) - bacon and mushroom 

~ best new discovery (2x) - pomodoro 

~ best color scheme (2x) - pasta bake 

~ best music player - seafood marinara 

~ best posts (2x) - beef ravioli 

~ best over all (2x) - carbonara 

~ anne’s faves - mac n cheese 

~ dea’s faves - aglio olio 


 PERKS: 

~ a follow from us! 

~ winners will be displayed on a page (under construction) 

~ help with anything you need 

~ 2 new friends!

~ q4q's 

~ 50 queues upon being chosen 


 HIGHER CHANCES: 

~ talk to us! 

~ be an active and nice blogger 

~ reblog this more than once 

~ visit our blog and reblog our other posts 

~ follow our instagram accounts (dea - thisisdea) (anne - annesoller

~ message us in tumblr and tell us your IG username so we know 


 OTHERS: 

~ banner made by dea (taking requests) - photo: weheartit 

~ we’ll be choosing when were happy with the notes 

~ message us if you have any inquiries!   


WISHING ALL OF YOU GOOD LUCK AND HAPPY REBLOGGING! 


 love, anne and dea :)

I understand that sometimes you find a photo on weheartit and you don’t know where it came from, but you get excited and repost it. But if the owner of that photo actually sees it and lets you know that they don’t want people reposting it, please be classy about it.

Please understand that they are not accusing you of claiming to have taken the photo yourself. They just know that someone (not necessarily you) cropped off the watermark and reposted it without permission, and now they want to undo the damage.

And please don’t be like parrilla.af and post it AGAIN just to be “a rebel.” You are not a rebel. You are not fighting for a just cause. You are being a disrespectful jerk.

Respect photographers and artists. Don’t repost without permission.

And for goodness sake, don’t save photos from a den of thieves like weheartit and expect that all the photos there are shared with permission.

hello!!!

(i saw many people making these intro things so i thought i would too!)

my name is elizabeth (or betsy) and i am new to the studyblr community and would love some new friends n people to follow :^)

i am doing maths, psychology, government + politics, and religion, philosophy + ethics as a-levels in the uk. 

i made this bc i constantly found myself procrastinating (lol) and then i made some study collections on my weheartit but all the photos were from tumblr so i made a tumblr.

my main insp:

@studyign @highlightcrs @hardworkign @studywithinspo @studylustre  @acadehmic @tbhstudying

if you are a studyblr pls like or reblog this post +  i’ll follow u! hope u have a lovely day and stay hydrated!

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Hello, the Tumblr. Your friendly neighbourhood Marciana here, back again with another friendly reminder about reposts and reblogs, and why one of them is good and the other is bad. This post is going to be a bit long, but bear with me.

Now I’ve been seeing quite a lot of reposts happening in some of my tracked tags, and it’s just not okay. But then again, some people might be NEW to the whole concept of reposts vs reblogs, so here’s your overview.

“Reblog” is when you see a post that you like, either on your dashboard or in the tags, and click on the small icon on the lower right corner of the post and click “REBLOG” to put it in your blag. Very simple, three steps at the most.

“Reposts” are when original posts, fanart and/or graphics such as edits/manips and GIFs/GIFsets made by other people are posted by OTHER people who did NOT create them, for various reasons. Reposting happens in a few ways:

  • Saving the fanart/graphic/GIF/s to your own computer,uploading to Tumblr all over again, making an entire new post on your own blog, not giving credit or sourcing back to the original source/creator.
  • Taking a screenshot of the single post you like (be it a joke, or a gifset, or an edit, what have you), cropping the screenshot in a photo manipulating program (Paint, Photoshop, Photoscape, Gimp, etc.), uploading the screenshot to Tumblr, making a post with the screenshot, no link back to the original nor permission from the original post’s creator
  • WeHeartIt, Rebloggy or something like that (I’m not sure I’ve only seen it for a couple of days), or other image archiving/blogging website that does not link back to the original source on the internet of the picture or content of the picture

So as you can see, it takes a whole lot more effort to repost than to just reblog, but that’s not the only reasaon that reposts are frowned upon. Reposts essentially take the credit (and the notes) away from the original creators/artists/editors, even though that may not be the intent of the reposter. It’s like doing someone’s homework for them and then watching them take all the credit when their homework turns out to be perfect but their paper got graded and/or noticed before yours. Of course, it’s understandable that a blogger would like to be found by interesting people, they want the notes and the followers, and for others, reposting other people’s fanart, edits and graphics is a way of appreciating what they’ve done. But there are PLENTY of other ways of doing that without violating copyright policies as set in Tumblr’s rules and regulations.

“But Marciana,” you point out, “What if we’d REALLY like to post them on our own blog so that people going through the tags can find us, like us and hopefully follow us?” Then please do not hesitate to ask permission from the original creators/artists. Some will say yes, others will say no. Whatever the decision, be respectful of it. Saying “I do what I want” and going through with the repost anyway doesn’t make you a cool rebel, it just makes you a jerk that can easily be reported to Tumblr staff through a specific e-mail address. Several posts AND blogs have already been deleted and suspended because of serial violations of the copyright laws of Tumblr, which now thankfully also cover GIFsets. In the event that the original source gives their permission, please do not forget to link back to the original post. Other artists will be fine with you leaving their name/Tumblr URL in the post as a source, but the point is to ask first. If in case you can’t find the original source anymore, make sure to say so in your post. “I can’t find the original source, if this is yours, please let me know so I can properly ask your permission/give you credit.”

Oh, and please take note: WeHeartIt is not a legitimate source, as it archives photos from all over the internet and NEVER links back to their original sources when you post them here on Tumblr.

“Okay fine,” you say, “But what about using people’s jpgs and gifs as reactions to posts? How is that different from illegal reposting?” To be honest, it’s not VERY different, except for the fact that if you use someone’s jpg or gif as a reaction, it’s not really seen as you claiming it for your own. Almost everyone on Tumblr is using everyone else’s stuff for reaction anyway that at this point, this has become the gray area. Still, if the jpg or gif you want to use is watermarked with the creator’s URL, ask permission to use their stuff if you want to be very sure.

While we’re on the subject of permission, let me bring up one more permission issue that needs to be talked about. Some people are very good at ‘shopping pictures together for shipping or ficcing purposes. That’s all well and good, until you cross a certain line. There are pictures out there of fans with their favorite celebrities or actors that they’ve met, and these shots usually make for good posing for shippy pictures. The problem with doing that is that some people will callously cut the fan out of their own picture, which is their representation of a special day or moment that they had, to serve someone else’s purpose. This can be, and has been, very, very disrespectful of the fans, who only uploaded their pics in the first place to share the fun with the fandom. I’ve asked in the future for people to please stop doing this, but of course, thats not going to happen in a flash. If you’re going to insist on doing it, get permission from the original blogger of the picture, and for the love of fandom, please respect whatever answer they give you. This kind of thing puts people off of sharing their awesome pictures and stories with the rest of the fans, some of whom will never be so lucky as to even be in the same city as their fave actors/singers/celebrities, let alone attend a con they’ll be in and pay heaps of money for something very, very special.

For you creators/editors/artists out there who would like to prevent your stuff from getting reposted, my only advise is to watermark or sign your things. That’s not really going to physically stop the actual reposting from happening, but at least you’ll know that it’s yours, and if you wish to report the reposting, you have proof that it was yours at all.

That’s it for now, you guys. I hope this post, even though it’s been long, has been informative and helpful, and here’s to less reposts in the tags, and more respect in the fandom.

(Special thanks to bifca for the fantastic idea for this post.)

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Hey guys! :)

Just wanted to let you know (well those of you who aren’t aware of it’s existence yet) there’s this new #askarsedit tumblr tag, I recommend you all track, whether you’re an ASkars blog or an ‘admirer’ and you want to be able to have an easy access to original and unique edits/gif/graphic etc. Also if you want to avoid dozens of repetitive stuff, porntastic manips, fake photos, reposted edits, gifs, etc., and let’s not forget photos pulled from weheartit, pinterest and other places THAT ARE NOT SOURCES, as well as rpg stuff and whatnot. We’re all fed up with that, so there’s been an initiative in the ASkars fandom about creating our own ‘’edit tag’’. That way it’d be much easier for everyone, not to mention much much more enjoyable to browse through the tag page and find creations of people who actually invest time in making their own stuff. With that in mind, we now have #askarsedit  tag!

So how does this work? Simple.

  • It’s a special tag for edit/gif/graphic makers to use for all their Alexander Skarsgård edits

  • Things to tag as  #askarsedit - gifs, graphics, edited caps, your fanart, basically anything visual

  • Things NOT to tag as #askarsedit - text posts, personal stuff, reposted edits, gifs, etc. roleplay stuff, audio posts (just a note: DO NOT REMOVE THE WATERMARK from someone else’s work and then post it as your own because that is just deliberately being a douchebag thief who wants to show off his/her MS Paint skills or whatever)

  • So if you make Alexander Skarsgård edits/gifs/graphics, then along with the main #alexander skarsgard or #alexander skarsgård tag, also tag your edits with  #askarsedit 
    Be sure to put  #askarsedit as one of your first 5 tags (so it would be shown in that tag)

That being said, using and tracking this tag should really make finding and reblogging original ASkars edits easier, without having to deal with reposted edits, and it’s possibly the best way to discover new talented edit/gif/graphic makers. ;)

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Hello, the Tumblr. Your friendly neighbourhood Marciana here, back again with another friendly reminder about reposts and reblogs, and why one of them is good and the other is bad. This post is going to be a bit long, but bear with me.

Now I’ve been seeing quite a lot of reposts happening in some of my tracked tags, and it’s just not okay. But then again, some people might be NEW to the whole concept of reposts vs reblogs, so here’s your overview.

“Reblog” is when you see a post that you like, either on your dashboard or in the tags, and click on the small icon on the lower right corner of the post and click “REBLOG” to put it in your blag. Very simple, three steps at the most.

“Reposts” are when original posts, fanart and/or graphics such as edits/manips and GIFs/GIFsets made by other people are posted by OTHER people who did NOT create them, for various reasons. Reposting happens in a few ways:

  • Saving the fanart/graphic/GIF/s to your own computer,uploading to Tumblr all over again, making an entire new post on your own blog, not giving credit or sourcing back to the original source/creator.
  • Taking a screenshot of the single post you like (be it a joke, or a gifset, or an edit, what have you), cropping the screenshot in a photo manipulating program (Paint, Photoshop, Photoscape, Gimp, etc.), uploading the screenshot to Tumblr, making a post with the screenshot, no link back to the original nor permission from the original post’s creator
  • WeHeartIt, Rebloggy or something like that (I’m not sure I’ve only seen it for a couple of days), or other image archiving/blogging website that does not link back to the original source on the internet of the picture or content of the picture

So as you can see, it takes a whole lot more effort to repost than to just reblog, but that’s not the only reasaon that reposts are frowned upon. Reposts essentially take the credit (and the notes) away from the original creators/artists/editors, even though that may not be the intent of the reposter. It’s like doing someone’s homework for them and then watching them take all the credit when their homework turns out to be perfect but their paper got graded and/or noticed before yours. Of course, it’s understandable that a blogger would like to be found by interesting people, they want the notes and the followers, and for others, reposting other people’s fanart, edits and graphics is a way of appreciating what they’ve done. But there are PLENTY of other ways of doing that without violating copyright policies as set in Tumblr’s rules and regulations.

“But Marciana,” you point out, “What if we’d REALLY like to post them on our own blog so that people going through the tags can find us, like us and hopefully follow us?” Then please do not hesitate to ask permission from the original creators/artists. Some will say yes, others will say no. Whatever the decision, be respectful of it. Saying “I do what I want” and going through with the repost anyway doesn’t make you a cool rebel, it just makes you a jerk that can easily be reported to Tumblr staff through a specific e-mail address. Several posts AND blogs have already been deleted and suspended because of serial violations of the copyright laws of Tumblr, which now thankfully also cover GIFsets. In the event that the original source gives their permission, please do not forget to link back to the original post. Other artists will be fine with you leaving their name/Tumblr URL in the post as a source, but the point is to ask first. If in case you can’t find the original source anymore, make sure to say so in your post. “I can’t find the original source, if this is yours, please let me know so I can properly ask your permission/give you credit.”

Oh, and please take note: WeHeartIt is not a legitimate source, as it archives photos from all over the internet and NEVER links back to their original sources when you post them here on Tumblr.

“Okay fine,” you say, “But what about using people’s jpgs and gifs as reactions to posts? How is that different from illegal reposting?” To be honest, it’s not VERY different, except for the fact that if you use someone’s jpg or gif as a reaction, it’s not really seen as you claiming it for your own. Almost everyone on Tumblr is using everyone else’s stuff for reaction anyway that at this point, this has become the gray area. Still, if the jpg or gif you want to use is watermarked with the creator’s URL, ask permission to use their stuff if you want to be very sure.

While we’re on the subject of permission, let me bring up one more permission issue that needs to be talked about. Some people are very good at ‘shopping pictures together for shipping or ficcing purposes. That’s all well and good, until you cross a certain line. There are pictures out there of fans with their favorite celebrities or actors that they’ve met, and these shots usually make for good posing for shippy pictures. The problem with doing that is that some people will callously cut the fan out of their own picture, which is their representation of a special day or moment that they had, to serve someone else’s purpose. This can be, and has been, very, very disrespectful of the fans, who only uploaded their pics in the first place to share the fun with the fandom. I’ve asked in the future for people to please stop doing this, but of course, thats not going to happen in a flash. If you’re going to insist on doing it, get permission from the original blogger of the picture, and for the love of fandom, please respect whatever answer they give you. This kind of thing puts people off of sharing their awesome pictures and stories with the rest of the fans, some of whom will never be so lucky as to even be in the same city as their fave actors/singers/celebrities, let alone attend a con they’ll be in and pay heaps of money for something very, very special.

For you creators/editors/artists out there who would like to prevent your stuff from getting reposted, my only advise is to watermark or sign your things. That’s not really going to physically stop the actual reposting from happening, but at least you’ll know that it’s yours, and if you wish to report the reposting, you have proof that it was yours at all.

That’s it for now, you guys. I hope this post, even though it’s been long, has been informative and helpful, and here’s to less reposts in the tags, and more respect in the fandom.

(Special thanks to bifca for the fantastic idea for this post.)

This is a post where I’ll talk about how much reposting upsets me. I know there are a ton of those, but since some people still don’t seem to get it I will be an angry bitch. 

First of all hi, I’m Sophie and I run this paramore blog. I’ve had this blog for 2 years now but I’ve had several others before. I used to have blogs for which I saved pictures from everywhere, including weheartit, to later post them on my blog. I confess that, and I seriously regret it. Cause at some point I realized what a huge asshole I was being. Let me explain you why reposting things makes you an asshole:

  1. People put time in their edits/gifs. Time and effort. The fact that you put effort into saving the damn thing doesn’t give you any right to repost it
  2. You’re an idiot. 

Lately I started making my own not-too-awful edits and gifs, and now I realized even more how much it sucks when someone takes it and claims it as their own. (And putting ‘This is not my edit I don’t claim it as my own’ makes you just as big of an a-hole as someone who doesn’t) The edit is not yours, so don’t touch it. I’ve seen some posts about people being mad that  the people who actually make the edits don’t always credit the photo grapher. I don’t do that, but I get all my photo’s from paramorephotos.com, and they don’t tell who’s the photographer if not mentioned in the photo. I usually try to put a link to the website I get it from, but for some reasons I can’t always. So please don’t get too upset about it? 

This is not as long as I thought it would be but I got something left to say. Let me tell you how to avoid reblogging reposts/accidentally reposting: 

  1. Look for some sort of watermark inside the picture. Most people put them on their edits. It takes 3 seconds to look for, and you have fucking eyes so let’s use them, right?
  2. Don’t save pictures from tumblr to edit. Basically every photo on tumblr is someone’s edit. (Unless mentioned otherwise) 
  3. Posting things from weheartit is basically reposting too. At least I consider it reposting. Cause all them hipsters save everything from tumblr to put it on there. And as I said before, most things (like 99%) from tumblr are edits. 
  4. Don’t be a lazy ass, and make your own stuff.

Okay that’s about it. I just really hope some of you can get over yourselves and stop sending me hate. Because I am 80% sure I will get messages after posting this about how I think I am better than all of you. I fucking don’t. I consider myself the uncoolest person, but at least I don’t repost someone else’s stuff. Get off my back. (I am sorry for sounding so violent but I am really pissed off) That’s it, enjoy your day, I love you all, stay cool and most of all, try to stay honest. 

i follow exactly four categories of bloggers:

  • bowling ball in bathtub glitter in my tea pale aesthetic~*~**
  • look at this photo i reposted from instagram/weheartit i’m going to link myself in the comments section on this post
  • look at all these fandoms oh wow art woah passionate someone did a draw oh hey a meme wow look at this thing
  • i’m not sure what my blog is about but i like dogs

things i wish weren’t in the tags:

  • player hate (RUDE!!!)
  • ‘GUYS!! STOP POSTING PLAYER HATE!!’
  • 'UNPOPULAR OPINION’
  • nhl confessions
  • imagines (i’m not harshing on creativity, but it’s weird seeing these in the tags? this is coming from someone who reads fanfic)
  • 'last night i dreamt that…’
  • 30924204820 screen caps of the same tweet/instagram photo
  • 'OMG MY BATTERY IS AT [PLAYER’S #] %’
  • girlfriend rumours
  • 'GUYS!! STOP POSTING GIRLFRIEND RUMOURS!!’
  • gameblogging text
  • askbox answers/personal rants
  • jersey/shersey selfies
  • conversations with boyfriend/ girlfriend/ best friend/ parents/ grandparents/ neighbours/ postman/ cat/ dog

& most of all:

  • reposts from weheartit. i really hate reposts from weheartit.

anonymous asked:

why do you hate weheartit so much? :(

Because it’s simply not a source D: It’s a site for reposts of edits, art, photography, and whatnot. Many people find photos there and post them on tumblr for notes (not all of course, but many). The tumblr source is there for pretty much 90%+ of the photos. Most editors despise the website, and I’m no different. :c

I hope you understand haha >< I particularly don’t like reposters, people who remove credit, and stuff like that.

But I’m not saying that all people who repost from weheartit are bad!! A lot of them don’t understand that it isn’t a source. You can do your part and tell them that it’s wrong. And if you repost from weheartit…please don’t do that.

It’s not just weheartit, though. Some people upload edits, art, photography, etc (not from weheartit) without giving credit. THAT’S BAD!!! LIKE REALLY BAD!!!

Imagine you’re a photographer, artist, or editor. You work really hard on your stuff…yay! But then, bam. Someone uploads your stuff without linking it back to you…sometimes even taking the credit away from you or claiming it as theirs. I don’t know anyone that would be happy about that.

**NOTE: SOME PEOPLE DON’T KNOW THAT REPOSTING IS BAD. If you know someone who reposts, you should explain it kindly to them and not send hateful messages ^ - ^

bottom line: weheartit is stupid, sorry.