no pictures allowed

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I couldn’t stop thinking of an anon a mutual received today that kinda criticized them for having a headcanon of him looking different from the book description and just
We have been giving a lot of different interpretations of how our ghost baby looks over the years so I think that as fans we could be allowed to picture him (and any other character really) as we want.
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Wells Fargo rejected a teacher’s “Black Lives Matter” card and this is disgusting. I’m sure if they saw the confederate flag, they would say nothing!

As for me, I would definitely like that card design! Every customer has the right to choose any picture he wants! They ALLOW you to upload damn near any pic you want for a personalized debit/credit card.

This is just unprofessional and racist…

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I couldn’t stop thinking of an anon a mutual received today that kinda criticized them for having a headcanon of him looking different from the book description and just
We have been giving a lot of different interpretations of how our ghost baby looks over the years so I think that as fans we could be allowed to picture him (and any other character really) as we want.
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And this is just what screenshots I could find in my phone now

this picture is 3 years in the making…

Patchouli and lampent (and an extra litwick) for @unmovinggreatlibrary

this photo just makes me so so so happy like lookie here a baby duckling popping out LOOK HOW CUTE AND SQUISHY HANSOL VERNON CHWE IS WITH A LIL KOREAN FLAG AND SWALLOWED UP IN HIS DAD’S JACKET ROLLIN UP IN HIS STROLLER. and that head of hair!!! Since he’s so smol this is probably him blessing NYC with his cuteness I just—

Surrounded by smiles but none can lift his lips. 

Favorite Joker Leto Pictures (12/?)

Imagine if, in the future, the very concept of large sprawling wildernesses, and big iconic wild animals living where they naturally came from, is eventually not much more than a fantasy. Something as intangible, non-experienceable, longed for, and fantasized about as Middle Earth or Narnia or the Pokemon world is for us today.

I often think about how amazing these fictional worlds seem, with their seemingly ENDLESS natural landscapes and LIMITLESS amount of diverse creatures and the illusion of INFINITY……. And then I remember– That’s what Planet Earth once was. And we’ve already made the world feel so much smaller to us… and it’ll only get smaller and smaller and more suffocating to the human experience, unless we do something about it.

We can’t let Wild Planet Earth be something our great grandkids will only ever see on film and in pictures, no longer allowed the experience of even KNOWING that it’s something that exists at the very same moment they’re existing.

I am allowed to comprehend that there are massive blue whales breaching in the ocean, and tigers hunting in the jungles of India, and elephants journeying across savannah plains, all while I’m sitting here on my bed typing a post on my phone. Within the same hour, the same minute, the same few seconds.

And I want that to be a reality for people, for a very long time.

We take so much for granted, it’s unbelievable. We live on a goddamn wonderland planet and we often don’t even think about it.

Call out post: Trevor Collins

Listen, he technically hasn’t done anything wrong.
But every single picture he’s in, he looks fantastic.
There are like 50 RTX pics where someone just spontaneously came up to him, said, “hey can I get a picture?” And he was like sure, and then he looked stunning.
On the fly picture taking is not allowed to be this photogenic.
@thetrevorc , Imma need you to stop and share with the rest of us. My selfie game needs help and can’t take the pressure.

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Haikyuu key animation exhibition! These were the only pictures I was allowed to take, but it was sure amazing to see all the details used in the series, from Bokuto’s reactions to anything, to Hinata’s powerful spikes. I didn’t want to buy anything but still came home with a Kuroken and Bokuaka masking tape (it was the last one so I couldn’t help myself, sorry) and a memo pad with those illustrations that you flip quickly to form a sequence of Kageyama tossing to Hinata and our little middle blocker running in, spiking and running out of the paper.

White Ball, Amanda Cazalet for Martine Sitbon, 1990

Using hand cut paper masks whilst printing the pictures allowed me to take someones skin tone from white to black or vice versa whilst keeping their clothes light. For ages in fashion we have accepted that peoples skin tones could be printed bleached out and totally white (look at Erwin Blumenfeld’s beautiful shot of the eye and the lip for the front of Vogue or Paolo Roversi’s ethereal nudes.) I merely reversed that, as I felt that the pure blackness of the skin tone was just as beautiful as its whiteness. The subject I photographed could be of any skin type. It has nothing to do with race anymore than putting a blue gel and a red gel over the lights. Look at painters like Kees Van Dongen, Matisse, or Otto Dix and their use of colour to depict the emotion and beauty of a woman’s face.
Photography is widely misunderstood. It is not a medium that shows you truth any more than a feature film is. We all suspend belief when we are watching a film, superman cannot really fly, so why when it comes to looking at a single frame we completely change how we read the intention behind the image.  Photography is a highly subjective proposition of what the photographer wants to communicate and in fact the more skilled the photographer, the more they will show you a vision that you cannot possibly see or even imagine. That is what we want from our artists, to show us worlds we cannot see.  This is true of all photography, from war photography to fashion photography. Photography is not about reality any more than any of the other arts; cinema, painting or writing. I would argue that it should not be shackled to this notion of being the bringer of truth, that has never been it’s role. - Nick Knight