black and white photography is so amazing

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so, i’ve decided to do it again because last time i gained so many amazing mutuals and it was amazing. my dash is a little slow and i’d like to change that, so if you blog about:

  • writing/poetry
  • tv shows (skam, the get down etc.)
  • ya lit and literature in general (hp, tsoa, ari and dante, aftg, trc etc.)
  • pastel/ black&white aesthetic
  • photography

please like/reblog this post if you’d like me to check out your blog!

mutuals, please signal boost, friends? ❤︎


Amazing photograph of Queen Victoria’s wedding veil and preserved wreath of orange blossom flowers, worn by Victoria during her wedding ceremony to Prince Albert on the 10th February 1840. This photograph is amazing because Victoria was buried wearing the veil, so it hasn’t been seen for over a century.

Royal Collection


Harry Edward Styles



April 14th, 2017,

As promised, more pictures from the shoot I had! Honestly, this chick is amazing and (not even surprisingly) a very good model. She was so patient with me as I stumbled around doing whatever I was doing. These pictures were just the first results to roll out, which means that yes, there are more pictures on the way from the same shoot, just a different kind of style! 
It’s been a while since I made some photographs (portraits) which I am proud of. These are the first ones that might go into my portfolio (maybe just one picture though) because it’s the first work I’ve made in a long while that I don’t absolutely hate. 
As some might tell, these pictures are inspired by the work of George Hurrell. His photography is amazing and it’s been quite a handful to recreate it as best as I could. Being one that loves oldschool (read: 20′s - 50′s) glamour portraits, I was stoked to try this one out and it came out better than expected. 
I really hope I get to do something like this again in the near future.