how do you photoshoot

captainjeclid  asked:

You know how people will do 'just adopted!' photoshoots with kids when they adopt them? Well whatever you do DON'T imagine Kara and Lena having a photoshoot with Lexi like that

Okay but James would totally be their photographer! and somehow it would turn into this giant affair where all the aunts and uncles show up to watch. And of course there’s all these pictures of Kara, Lena and Lexington but there’s also a few with the dogs (including one where they’re all sprawled out on the grass and then Mac -giant doggo that he is - steps right in front of the camera just as James is about to take the picture.)

James gets plenty of great shots (because one: hes a master photographer, and two: that family is just so photogenic), including one that they approve for the cover of CatCo Magazine; which goes on to be the highest sold edition since the Luthor-Danvers wedding photo graced the cover. (side not, I am fully convinced that the entirety of National City knows that Kara is Supergirl and it’s like the town secret and they LOVE Kara and by association Lena so of course they’re going to love Lexi too!)

Then for the final shot James puts the camera on a timer and the whole gang squeezes in to the frame.

They make it a habit to get a shot like that every year - through marriages and births and adoptions - and when Lexi goes off to college it’s the most recent picture that ends up right in the middle of her bulletin board.


Why This ‘Suffragette’ Photoshoot Needs To Be Called Out

So, this is how you do peak white feminism. A new photoshoot featuring the cast of the upcoming movie “Suffragette” has been getting a lot of attention online, and not the good kind. The shoot, in the October issue of Time Out London, shows stars Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep, Romola Garai, and  Anne-Marie Duff posing in shirts that read “I’d rather be a rebel than a slave." 
how I imagine Hugh's Dancy photoshoot
  • Hugh Dancy: OKay, what do you want me to do?
  • Photographer: Just be beautiful
  • Hugh Dancy: Wait, how do you mea..
  • Photographer: EXACLY, gorgeous!!! *click click*
GOT7 REACTION: You are a kpop idol and you have to do a sexy photoshoot with another famous kpop idol


“No, no, no, no, no! You won’t!”

And during your photoshoot…

“How do I kill this guy without Y/N knowing?


“Really, baby?”


“If you do it with Bambam I promise that I’ll kill him!”


“Don’t! Do it with your oppa, jagi!“


“You’re kidding with me right?”


“It doesn’t matter, I am wonderful!”



~ADM Misso

GIF Credits to Their Original Owners!


How do you cope with public scrutiny of your skin or your weight? “It definitely did affect my confidence, and it made me a little bit more self-conscious. But at the end of the day, I had the support of my family and friends. I knew that the people around me had my back. Now I really empathize with people who have issues with their skin, because it can get you down.”


Do you realise how much I need an AU based on these photoshoots?

Best friends since childhood and partners in crime, Chris Evans and Chris Pratt meet with their longtime friend Mackie. Mackie tells them he’s got a new plan, something so big it will allow all of them to retire and spend the rest of their lives far away without worrying about needing money ever again. Sebastian as this smart and talented pickpocket that Mackie recruited for his inimitable skills, but who has a hard time gaining the Chrises’ trust.

The four of them as a team of outlaws  (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✿ ♥ ✧


How do you think Orphan Black busts stereotypes for strong female characters?
The characters all have a complexity to them, an unapologetic individuality. They’re not physically superhuman and emotionless and without flaws. Having a strong female character doesn’t mean she’s beyond suffering and fragility. There’s a fearlessness. That to me is strong writing for women. It defies gender.