Sooooo some of my sister’s friends met Taylor Swift today while they were on a hike. They got lost in the woods and stopped the first person they saw for directions and it was TAYLOR SWIFT. Could you imagine being like “oh hey we need help getting out of the woods would you min-OH my god”
hi my dad has lost his job and if we dont come up with money real soon we’re going to loose our house. money was already tight after my mom had a new baby a few weeks ago. if you are interested in a commission of portraits or if you are in the Tennessee area and want someone to do a mural in your home, please message me.
Found this quiet, little used bookshop while walking through the city yesterday. It was like something out of a movie, seriously; every single available surface was covered in books. And the SMELL of the place- in short, it was heaven. ❤️
Mastering Tintype in the 21st Century with Giles Clement
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“It’s my creative outlet, my means of communication and, thankfully, a way of paying rent,” says 34-year-old photographer Giles Clement (@gilesclement). “Even after shooting full time for 16 years, I still get a little kick of adrenaline each time I make a good image.” The Nashville, Tennessee, native specializes in tintype photography — one of the earliest (and most complicated) photo processes made popular in the 1860s. “Each image takes 10 minutes to make, a bunch of equipment and a huge amount of light,” Giles says. The limitations of tintype — and its sister process ambrotype — might deter some, but Giles embraces its challenges: “All of my gear is old and well used, my lenses have scratches and my cameras are missing a screw or two, but all of this makes for images that are slightly imperfect — just the way I like them.” #CameraDay