such a great shoot

anonymous asked:

All this discourse about "super male feminists" reminds me of a hilarious occurrence that happened at work. I work in a retro game store and this kid comes in wearing a button front and center "This is what a feminist looks like." Kid goes over to the N64 case, sees our copy of Doom 64 and goes "Doom is such a shitty game, all you do is run around and shoot stuff. Now Duke Nukem, that's a great game Duke is hilarious!" It took everything in my power not to break down in laughter.

e-ghhhhh

YOU JUST ROUND AROUND AND SHOOT STUFF IN

DUKE NUKEM

WHILE OCCASIONALLY INTERACTING WITH TOILETS AND STRIPPERS OPTIONALLY

ERELKJGGHGH?/????

Week 42: Artistic - Blue

I had the greatest concept for blue this week, but the weather didn’t cooperate, so I took my camera on blue hunt bicycle ride yesterday afternoon and got some decent snaps.
Do CHEP pallets exist elsewhere in the world, or just Canada?
This is a bit of a cop out image, as I feel it is something I have done before, but I chose it for the texture.

Usual equipment.

Coincidentally @mrspage, there is a CHEP pallets depot 18 miles from my house! They’re like pallet lakes on Google maps! I love the damaged texture on your photo, the chips and the gnarled edges that you’ve caught by shooting from the pallet corner rather than the side. Great shot-Mojo.

agent-freelancerr  asked:

so i just saw your post about Wash being a piece of shit. i completely agree, as it took me quite a long time to really love Wash, but im wondering what you meant by him wanting to fit in and lied constantly to do so. i guess i dont really remember him lying to the reds and blues but just being more selective once Carolina returned and pulled them on a wild goose chase for the Director

While Wash is largely what some would could say an honest guy, he lied for years to Price and the director about why he refused another ai, that he was better, that he was ready to work. He lied about the accident as a kid (this is bonus material not part of the show).
To keep a truth does not mean you’re not lying, you are still lying. So, in moments where Wash holds back he is in fact lying to others. A great example of this is directly avoiding the issue of shooting Donut, redirecting the topic. Never telling the truth.
Though what I am largely referring to, it’s not the lying you’re probably thinking of. When I think of Wash lying while with the Reds and Blues it is more to himself about who he is. He fell into being Church largely, lying to Caboose to make things easier - giving up on the truth. He lies to himself about his relationships with the Tucker and Caboose to feel like he is fitting in. In turn he changes. Some could say he was reverting back to his oldself, other can say he was changing to fit in or adapting. It’s largely an interpretation here.

“[People Magazine] asked people to recreate scenes from famous movies in a photo. They asked Andy Samberg and I if we wanted to recreate a scene from a movie like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, and we said that sounds great, but we’d rather do a scene from E.T. You might be like, "How could you and Andy do that; one of those is a child and one of those is an alien! Well, I feel like we nailed it.” - Seth Meyers

  • Someone: Hey do you know what's happening on [insert gay/lesbian show]?
  • Me, who has never watched the show but whose tumblr dash does the Great Gay Migration™ anyway: Yes.
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EXCLUSIVE: BTS Celebrate Their Biggest Album Ever and Reveal What They Love About Themselves

Welcome to BTS’ next chapter.

The K-pop boyband shocked the biggest names in music when they beat out artists like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez for the Top Social Artist award at the Billboard Music Awards in May – but their success is no surprise.

With 8.4 million Twitter followers and a fan base so dedicated it’s referred to as ARMY, BTS is one of the hottest acts in Asia, and soon, the United States.

“There is much more recognition of BTS music than before the BBMAs,” V, one of the band’s seven members, told ET. “Which means fans have higher expectations than before. We’re trying to live up to it and I hope the new album can be the answer to that expectation.”

The new album, Love Yourself: Her, dropped on Monday and was even shattering records weeks before its release with over one million pre-orders, according to BTS’ label, BigHit Entertainment. By Tuesday, Love Yourself had already topped the iTunes Album charts at No. 1 in a record-breaking 73 countries, the largest debut release for any South Korean artists. And “DNA,” the album’s lead single, is also blowing up on YouTube with nearly 30 million views since its early Monday release.

ET caught up with V, Rap Monster, Jimin, Jin, Jungkook, Suga and J-Hope on Tuesday, where they opened up about their incredible success, their fifth EP, and what’s next.

Q. Love Yourself: Her is already a huge hit around the world. Were you surprised?

Rap Monster: We’re surprised at the huge response when each album is released but it is beyond our expectation and overwhelming this time. Our new songs topped iTunes chart in 73 countries and made its debut at No. 4 on the US iTunes Song chart. “DNA” music video views surpassed 10 million in just 8 hours, which was the fastest for Korean artists ever. We are very grateful to our fans worldwide for appreciating our music and video.

Q. The music video for “DNA” is a little different from your past music videos, and includes some intense choreography – what does this mean for other music videos off this album? How long did it take to shoot the video?

J-Hope: BTS’ music videos always have intense choreography, but it was even more difficult to learn all the dance moves before the shoot. It may look different compared to previous videos due to complex use of computer graphics and edit styles for “DNA” video, but it took three full days to shoot. Everyone was great in learning the choreography, although there were many different moves we had to perform for the video. Personally, I think Jungkook and Jimin really pulled it off nicely.

Q. You collaborated with The Chainsmoker’s Andrew Taggart on the song “Best of Me” after meeting at the BBMAs. What was the collaboration process like? What did you learn from him?

Rap Monster: We first met at the BBMAs last May. [We] were invited to The Chainsmokers’ rehearsal backstage for the award show and we had fun talking about music and many things. The duo sent us several tracks after we returned home from BBMAs and we selected a couple of tracks to work together. “Best of Me” was the best for our new album in many ways so we decided to write lyrics and finish it together. The song came out great and we were all satisfied with the collaborative process. Andrew is awesome; he’s passionate about music and I think there should be more opportunities for us to work again in near future.

Q. Who’s your next big dream collaborator?

Jungkook: My biggest dream collaborator would be Justin Bieber because I just love his voice and the way he collaborates with other artists. However, I’d like to give it a try with whoever has the right chemistry with BTS musically.

Suga: I’m pretty much open to anyone who’s unique and has mutual appreciation in the music as BTS. I have some tracks and songs written for future collaboration and I’m happy to work with artists who have the right voice and taste.

Q. The song “Skit: Billboard Music Awards,” features Rap Monster’s speech from the awards show – what made you choose to incorporate that into your new album?

Rap Monster: It was one of many ideas we had for this album and we all thought that it would mean a lot to BTS and our fans if we have it permanently in the album and cherish that special moment for everyone. We’re facing the second chapter with Love Yourself: Her in terms of music and life and the BBMAs is like a new turning point for BTS in many ways.

Q. Rap Monster already revealed that Barack Obama was an inspiration for “MIC Drop” – Why? Who else were you inspired by on this album?

Suga: There are so many things that inspire us. For me, it’s people around me. And for RM, it can be books he reads. In general, what fans talk about and think about become a very important source of inspiration to us, because we want to write something that’s real to people, especially those who listen to BTS’ music.

Q. During your live stream on Monday, Rap Monster said that his favorite song is “Ocean,” but that song wasn’t released with the album. What can you tease about when the song will drop, and what it sounds like?

Rap Monster: It’s one of two hidden tracks you can listen to only on the physical album. “Ocean” has a lot of things I thought about since my debut in BTS four years ago. I have lived through many different dreams, worries and emotions in past years and I wanted to share those moments in the song. Sound-wise, there’s guitar and synth and the song is over five minutes, which is quite long. I hope people like it as one of the surprises I’ve prepared.

Q. You changed up your hair color since we last saw you – who decides when it’s time to change your look?

Jimin and J-Hope: The hair color decision is based on the concept of the new album and the timing is discussed with the whole production timeline. Each member’s opinion counts, so our stylists and creative team propose optional colors for us to choose from. But at the end of the day, they’re professionals and they know what they’re doing and in most cases, the proposed colors turn out to be the best for each member.

Q. This new album marks a new chapter in your careers after School, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life and Wings. What do you want fans to know about this new era of BTS?

Rap Monster: We tried many new things for this album and I’d like to label it as “innovative,” if I may. There will be new styled songs, new video, and many new things from now on. We want to evolve as artists and develop what we have within ourselves. If we ever slow down or even fail for our trials, it’s OK and we’ll be and stay as BTS. In addition, I’d like people to love themselves and think about what true love is while listening to the new album, because real love calls for courage to appreciate myself as is.  

Q. What do each of you love about yourselves?

Jin: I love my face and how it looks, which I appreciate very much.

Jimin: I love my attitude towards work and tendency for perfection.

V: My newly discovered talent to shoot great photos.  

Q. You’re wrapping up your tour this December. When will you be back performing in the U.S.?

Rap Monster: We do have plans for a world tour in 2018 so we will definitely go back to the U.S. soon and meet our fans as much as we can. If there’s any special opportunity for us any time soon, we’ll make sure to share it with you first.

Source.

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@natashaherbert This just happened! When @covesakellyevents texted me this morning I was like 🙀. Lol Thanks @essence!

@blackloveexists @natashaherbert

Because we miss them so much…. Our couple Cassi & Adam were channeling Michelle and Barack Obama in this engagement shoot. It was great to team up with @covesakellyevents and bring her vision to life. Make up by @jaynaart Enjoy! #obamas #barack #michelle #engagementshoot #engagement #weddings #blackbride1998 #munaluchibride #weddingsonpoint #engagedtodetails #blackloveexists

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He was as tall as a young tree, lithe, immensely strong, able swiftly to draw a great war-bow and shoot down a Nazgûl, endowed with the tremendous vitality of Elvish bodies, so hard and resistant to hurt that he went only in light shoes over rock or through snow, the most tireless of all the Fellowship.

for Marleena ♡

“It’s just us now.”

I am so excited to share this lovely photo from our wonderful Reylo shoot with *@crashovahryde @crashthephotos* at Dragoncon. My wonderful bf Noel is my Kylo 💗 I’ve never done a pairing shoot before so this was a great experience. I’m so happy with how everything turned out and I can’t wait to share more from this shoot.

Photo by Crash: The Photos (Luis Correa) 

~Please kindly do not edit without permission or crop out the watermark on this photo ❤️