wildlife clothing

Velma (and this movie’s creators) have no clue how photography works.

Now, I’m sure 99% of the world wouldn’t even notice, but being a professional photographer and all, this has been bugging me like crazy.

Does it actually matter at all?

No.

Am I still going to pick on the movie for it?

Oh, yes indeedy.

So, Velma’s sniping off shots of wildlife for Daphne’s clothes-designing gig, and found this weird bird.

Then, there’s a bright light, and we realize she’s using flash… 

…on a camera with a terrible little built-in flash that would barely work… 

…while in great light that such a flash would harm

…while at a distance too far for said flash to have any real effect…

…while trying to photograph a wild animal surreptitiously to remain undetected.

Look, improper flash usage is basically the cardinal sin of photography. Wipe that grin off your face, Velma – this is not ok, young lady.

The bird isn’t mad… just disappointed in you.

“C’mon, now… I expected more. I really did.”

And then, we learn she’s climbing up a tree, and is below the bird… but somehow is taking perfect horizontal views of it?

And when taken, those photos have no background, and the bird has a different wing coloration? 

Besides, what with having only one control button, I feel like Velma’s photographical options might be just a little limited. 

It’ll be a bit hard to shoot with, too, seeing as the viewfinder we saw on the front of the camera doesn’t connect to anything on the back.

So, uh… psst, Daphne? 

Just between us, when you got hired for this gig… I don’t think Velma was the best person to entrust with your professional media needs.

But then again, according to the movie – despite you never having done fashion design before – the company immediately gave you the job and an all-expenses-paid trip to Hawaii with your friends.

…what am I saying. At this point, you can clearly get away with just about anything. Go nuts!

Fic Prompts: Star Wars Wednesday

They’d known Anakin was stranded on the forest planet for nearly a week before any serious rescue attempts were made. With the Separatists spreading further, the Jedi and the clones were stretched thin, and were not able to get everywhere they needed to be precisely when they needed to be there.

Therefore, despite protests, it was nearly four weeks before they managed to get enough breathing room to send a transport to pick up Commander Skywalker.
Ahsoka and Obi-wan hurried down the ramp to find a considerably more raggedy looking Anakin than usual. He’d probably been fighting with locals or wildlife if his clothes were any indication, and he sported a surprisingly thick beard.

Anakin stumbled up to them, then looked at Obi-wan’s neatly trimmed facial hair and arched one eyebrow – looking disturbingly similar to Kenobi when he did so.

“Well,” he said dryly, “One of us is going to have to go home and change.”

In equally emotionless tones, Obi-wan declared, “It won’t be me, Anakin. I have beard seniority.”

Ahsoka looked from one to the other, then whispered, “There can be only one!”

It was later agreed by Skywalker and Kenobi alike that this statement had been made uneccesarily ominous.
Captain Rex’s offer to help Anakin give his facial hair “a proper Jedi funeral” when he inevitably shaved it off was not particularly well received.

anonymous asked:

A T-rated modern AU comedy, where Kristoff and Anna go camping, and one night end up skinny dipping in a lake together. But before things get heated, they see the wildlife has claimed their clothes (torn or stolen) and they have to make it back to camp, with less than what they had before and whatever they could find for cover from nature.

Ahhhhhhhh I love this 🙏🙏🙏

I feel like Kristoff would take one for the team and try to find something for Anna to cover herself with haha can you imagine

Wild & Free (Orca Edition) was inspired by my strongly held feelings about the plight of Killer Whales - and animals in general - that are kept in captivity. To me, this shirt is a message against the mentality that humanity should have the right to “own” these deeply emotional, magnificent beings and instead promotes the freedom that is the birthright of all beings on this planet.

Boys are out there telling girls what to wear when at the same time they’re attracting wildlife because their clothes smell of three day old cheetos and a gallon of mountain dew.