upside down photo

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moodboards: luna lovegood

The girl gave off an aura of distinct dottiness. Perhaps it was the fact that she had stuck her wand behind her left ear for safekeeping, or that she had chosen to wear a necklace of Butterbeer caps, or that she was reading a magazine upside down.

I found some robber flies mating today (they thought my hand was the perfect stage for this scene apparently)

and I’m just looking at how like, the male is literally holding onto the female by her eyeballs

like wow, rude much

anonymous asked:

It wasn't a fleshlight because it looked like a clear tube. Pretty sure it was either a penis pump or a water bottle

So, I went back to find the scandalous photo…

First of all, let’s take a moment to admire k-fans obsessive attention to detail and frightening ability to zero in on a tiny blurry speck and immediately identify it as possible proof of our boys’ sexual activities. Bravo! I have no idea what that other item is inside the box.  Some speculate a penis pump, some say a water bottle, I saw someone suggest it’s a bottle of lube.  It probably isn’t a flesh light – if that’s a condom right next to it, I’d say it’s too small for that.  Also seems too small for a water bottle.  In any case, thank you all for bringing back this lovely memory of BTS’ early days.

Also - good on them for having condoms around!  Always practice safe sex, y’all! Always!

anonymous asked:

hey emma, do you have any good tips on how to take good pics of my notes or my bujo, thank you love your blog <3

Hi! A few tips for photos would be:

  • take photos on sunny days or at the lightest part of the day - generally i’ll take photos when it is sunny since natural lighting is best. My desk gets the sunny after about 10am since it is on the side of my house so I’ll take photos after that time!
  • use a white light - sometimes lighting is just not on your side so if you have a light bulb, get one that is either ‘white’ or ‘natural’. The lights we had put in the house when it was built were all ‘warm white’ so it was a very yellow colour which sucked for photos. I purchased one from my local hardware type store. It is such a god send to be honest!
  • turn around the items in your photo - this might seem weird and make your photos slightly more staged but if you lay them out upside down then take a photo, the shadow shouldn’t be in the same place!
  • use filters and edits - for Instagram I use the Juno filter! With editing, you should mainly focus on the brightness and clarity.
  • move to fit the light - if your desk doesn’t get much light you could take your photos in the lightest place using white paper as the background. I’ve seen many studyblrs/studygrams using white paper as a ‘desk’ for their photos.

Just have a play around. See what works for you and what you like best! It took me a while to find the way I like to take pictures but you’ll get there! :-)

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SKETCHY BEHAVIORS | MEL KADEL (LA)

Los Angeles based artist Mel Kadel’s intricately detailed, carefully plotted, and insightfully drawn and watercolored works often feature her iconic female protagonist exploring, struggling, suffocating, and entangling as well as confronting, battling, and overcoming abstract obstacles and unlikely circumstances. From walls to furniture to customizing some sweet Vans Customs, Mel’s works has been featured in galleries all around the world.  Like her art, Mel is not only one thing–from running her own online shop, silk screening and hand coloring her own prints, to actively utilizing her art as a platform for her activism. In this latest Sketchy Behaviors, we find out more about Mel– from her first art show to what inspires her as well as what project she’s been the most proud of this year!  

We love Mel, so will you–Make the leap. 

Photographs courtesy of the artist | Additional photographs by Aaron Farley

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anonymous asked:

Hi Emma! I'm kind of new to the studyblr community and I don't have a good camera for photos, but I want to keep a log of what I've been studying and how productive I've been (I'm starting the 100 dop challenge!) so I was wondering what tips do you have for better photos (or a better studyblr in general)?

Hi! I started my studyblr using an iPhone 5, so you definitely don’t need something super fancy! Honestly, just making sure you have some natural (or white artificial) lighting is great. It really picks up your image quality :-) Here are some other tips:

  • take photos on sunny days or at the lightest part of the day - generally, i’ll take photos when it is sunny since natural lighting is best. My desk gets the sun after about 10am since it is on the side of my house so I’ll take photos after that time!
  • use a white light - sometimes the lighting is just not on your side so if you have a light bulb, get one that is either ‘white’ or ‘natural’. The lights we had put in the house when it was built were all ‘warm white’ so it was a very yellow colour which sucked for photos. I purchased one from my local hardware type store. It is such a god send to be honest!
  • turn around the items in your photo - this might seem weird and make your photos slightly more staged but if you lay them out upside down then take a photo, the shadow shouldn’t be in the same place!
  • use filters and edits - for instagram I use either Clarendon, Lark or Juno by picking which makes the photo the brightest but not too much. Then I’ll edit the brightness and contrast to make it bright.
  • move to fit the light - if your desk doesn’t get much light you could take your photos in the lightest place using white paper as the background. I’ve seen many studyblrs/studygrams using white paper as a ‘desk’ for their photos.
  • take them on your bed - lots of people don’t even use their desk so if you get better light there, try that!

Hope this helps x