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my bestie @thechosenoneschosen gave me a big birthday box full of incredibly adorable fandom cupcakes (the pink ghost from Star Butterfly’s dress KILLED ME) and A LOT of blue food (Yes, just like in Percy Jackson *screams for another 10 minutes* SHE EVEN BEHEADED THE BLUE CHOCOLATE BEARS OKAYYY, OCTAVIAN WHO?) Gurl, what a freaking QUEEN, thank youuu! 

The cupcakes are from, left to right: How to Train your Dragon (the viking helmet was awfully detailed omg, also, HI BUD!), Star vs. the Forces of Evil (Marco’s mariachi sombrero salfjheañkdk), Doctor Who (but of course Ten and Eleven had to be here oc), Percy Jackson (I spent like 5 minutes gushing about Annabeth’s Yankees hat SO CUTE and Poseidon sign looks so badass LOOK AT IT) and Miraculous Ladybug (I was so excited I didn’t recognize Chat Noir’s ring yes I’m an idiot) 

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Sometimes situations don’t allow you to capture the photos you want, for me, today, it was the fact that i was about to pass out and havent left bed in 3 weeks but really wanted photos to play with.
It can also be simple things like lighting, placement, or a very uncooperative subject! Been there, so I get it. 
Its possible to get photos nearly perfect straight out of camera, but it takes extra talent to be able to save photos like these.
When I’m out taking photos, I always have something in mind as to what I want the end subject to look like. Today, I captured that perfectly, even though I didn’t capture it in my camera.