itssexualhour:

So I went over to my boyfriend’s house tonight, and we decided to go night swimming. Well, we were kissing and grinding and all that in the pool and suddenly he just hugs me to him and says ‘I love you, and I’m glad you’re mine’ and when he said that I leaned in towards his ear and said ‘mine’ in the same voice as those seagulls from Finding Nemo and then he did it back and we basically sat in the pool shouting ‘MINE!’ at each other for a solid minute.

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fancypancakes:

confused-companion:

whoever wrote this line needs to receive a medal

I will reblog this until my fingers bleed

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minervose:

poplerpig:

don’t u love how movies about the future changed it used to be like 

woa flying cars

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woa holograms

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woa time travel

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and now its just like 

we’re 

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allimage

probablyimage

goingimage

to die in some horrible apocalypse 

says a lot about out cultural state of mind

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pleatedjeans:

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rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME
rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME

rosalui:

this is the Noble and Most Ancient House of Black do nOT FUCKING ARGUE WITH ME

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illegallydownloaded:

"While the world he inhabits is, in some respects, counterfeit, there’s nothing fake about Truman himself. No scripts, no cue cards. It isn’t always Shakespeare, but it’s genuine. It’s a life.”
 The Truman Show (1998) dir. Peter Weir
illegallydownloaded:

"While the world he inhabits is, in some respects, counterfeit, there’s nothing fake about Truman himself. No scripts, no cue cards. It isn’t always Shakespeare, but it’s genuine. It’s a life.”
 The Truman Show (1998) dir. Peter Weir
illegallydownloaded:

"While the world he inhabits is, in some respects, counterfeit, there’s nothing fake about Truman himself. No scripts, no cue cards. It isn’t always Shakespeare, but it’s genuine. It’s a life.”
 The Truman Show (1998) dir. Peter Weir

illegallydownloaded:

"While the world he inhabits is, in some respects, counterfeit, there’s nothing fake about Truman himself. No scripts, no cue cards. It isn’t always Shakespeare, but it’s genuine. It’s a life.”

 The Truman Show (1998) dir. Peter Weir

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katarakarate:

definitelynotsatan:

seerofsarcasm:

oliviatheelf:

The saddest thing is that most people will find this humorous instead of serious. We’re standing right beside one another, and yet we text others instead of actually speaking to each other. Have you ever sat down and thought about how uncomfortable we now are around one another that it’s so bad that we literally pretend to be texting someone when we’re not, just so it’s less awkward to stand beside people? What’s supposed to strengthen our bonds has taken away from it. It’s time to take our faces out of our phones and notice the world, give a kind gesture to someone, and go SEE your friends instead of just texting them.
I’m going to let that sink in.

Ah yes let me just up and leave school right in between my classes so I can go see the friend 40 miles away that i’m currently texting instead of making idle chit chat with the people around me that I don’t particularly care for.Fuck your pretentious shit.


"whines evil technology is making people antisocial its not real communication if its not face to face and im a pretentious self righteous shitbaby that asks random people on the street for the time and feels good about it"

katarakarate:

definitelynotsatan:

seerofsarcasm:

oliviatheelf:

The saddest thing is that most people will find this humorous instead of serious. We’re standing right beside one another, and yet we text others instead of actually speaking to each other. Have you ever sat down and thought about how uncomfortable we now are around one another that it’s so bad that we literally pretend to be texting someone when we’re not, just so it’s less awkward to stand beside people? What’s supposed to strengthen our bonds has taken away from it. It’s time to take our faces out of our phones and notice the world, give a kind gesture to someone, and go SEE your friends instead of just texting them.

I’m going to let that sink in.

Ah yes let me just up and leave school right in between my classes so I can go see the friend 40 miles away that i’m currently texting instead of making idle chit chat with the people around me that I don’t particularly care for.

Fuck your pretentious shit.

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"whines evil technology is making people antisocial its not real communication if its not face to face and im a pretentious self righteous shitbaby that asks random people on the street for the time and feels good about it"

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frogmanslightschool:

Fog at Night
I took these after a friend’s birthday; the group I was with were heading to a club when I parted ways with them due to a migraine. I had a 40-minute walk to manage across downtown, and I had my camera. This is what came of it.
Neon and street lights do a lot of interesting stuff in the fog, especially if you play with your ISO settings and your aperture. 
Usually, if you’re shooting landscape, you want your aperture as small as possible. On your camera’s settings, this translates to a higher f-stop, e.g. f/16. You do this because it allows as much of the image to be in focus as possible. 
Of course, fog makes stuff out of focus regardless of your camera settings, so you can have fun with shots that should typically be on the higher f-stop. By using a lower one, less is in focus, but more light is let in. Combine that with the naturally reflective fog and you have some unique night shots. 
The same goes for a high ISO, but in reverse. There’s a lot more light bouncing around, and thus, a high ISO can peak much easier than on a clear light. 
All of that said, these images aren’t perfect. A close look will reveal a lot of noise in the so-called black areas. Fog is tricky, especially in regards to reading your settings. Even more so if you’re wincing when you check your screen since part of your brain wants out. 
Quick tips for shooting fog at night:
In my opinion, photography as “painting with light” is never more true than in this setting. Play with all sorts of different lights and settings!
Your aperture can do a lot of unique things in this setting. 
Settings are more reliable than fog in the day, but they can still lie. Your main concern is over- or under-exposing.
Photo by Bryce
You can find more of me here via these links: [website | tumblr | portfolio | twitter | wish list]
frogmanslightschool:

Fog at Night
I took these after a friend’s birthday; the group I was with were heading to a club when I parted ways with them due to a migraine. I had a 40-minute walk to manage across downtown, and I had my camera. This is what came of it.
Neon and street lights do a lot of interesting stuff in the fog, especially if you play with your ISO settings and your aperture. 
Usually, if you’re shooting landscape, you want your aperture as small as possible. On your camera’s settings, this translates to a higher f-stop, e.g. f/16. You do this because it allows as much of the image to be in focus as possible. 
Of course, fog makes stuff out of focus regardless of your camera settings, so you can have fun with shots that should typically be on the higher f-stop. By using a lower one, less is in focus, but more light is let in. Combine that with the naturally reflective fog and you have some unique night shots. 
The same goes for a high ISO, but in reverse. There’s a lot more light bouncing around, and thus, a high ISO can peak much easier than on a clear light. 
All of that said, these images aren’t perfect. A close look will reveal a lot of noise in the so-called black areas. Fog is tricky, especially in regards to reading your settings. Even more so if you’re wincing when you check your screen since part of your brain wants out. 
Quick tips for shooting fog at night:
In my opinion, photography as “painting with light” is never more true than in this setting. Play with all sorts of different lights and settings!
Your aperture can do a lot of unique things in this setting. 
Settings are more reliable than fog in the day, but they can still lie. Your main concern is over- or under-exposing.
Photo by Bryce
You can find more of me here via these links: [website | tumblr | portfolio | twitter | wish list]
frogmanslightschool:

Fog at Night
I took these after a friend’s birthday; the group I was with were heading to a club when I parted ways with them due to a migraine. I had a 40-minute walk to manage across downtown, and I had my camera. This is what came of it.
Neon and street lights do a lot of interesting stuff in the fog, especially if you play with your ISO settings and your aperture. 
Usually, if you’re shooting landscape, you want your aperture as small as possible. On your camera’s settings, this translates to a higher f-stop, e.g. f/16. You do this because it allows as much of the image to be in focus as possible. 
Of course, fog makes stuff out of focus regardless of your camera settings, so you can have fun with shots that should typically be on the higher f-stop. By using a lower one, less is in focus, but more light is let in. Combine that with the naturally reflective fog and you have some unique night shots. 
The same goes for a high ISO, but in reverse. There’s a lot more light bouncing around, and thus, a high ISO can peak much easier than on a clear light. 
All of that said, these images aren’t perfect. A close look will reveal a lot of noise in the so-called black areas. Fog is tricky, especially in regards to reading your settings. Even more so if you’re wincing when you check your screen since part of your brain wants out. 
Quick tips for shooting fog at night:
In my opinion, photography as “painting with light” is never more true than in this setting. Play with all sorts of different lights and settings!
Your aperture can do a lot of unique things in this setting. 
Settings are more reliable than fog in the day, but they can still lie. Your main concern is over- or under-exposing.
Photo by Bryce
You can find more of me here via these links: [website | tumblr | portfolio | twitter | wish list]
frogmanslightschool:

Fog at Night
I took these after a friend’s birthday; the group I was with were heading to a club when I parted ways with them due to a migraine. I had a 40-minute walk to manage across downtown, and I had my camera. This is what came of it.
Neon and street lights do a lot of interesting stuff in the fog, especially if you play with your ISO settings and your aperture. 
Usually, if you’re shooting landscape, you want your aperture as small as possible. On your camera’s settings, this translates to a higher f-stop, e.g. f/16. You do this because it allows as much of the image to be in focus as possible. 
Of course, fog makes stuff out of focus regardless of your camera settings, so you can have fun with shots that should typically be on the higher f-stop. By using a lower one, less is in focus, but more light is let in. Combine that with the naturally reflective fog and you have some unique night shots. 
The same goes for a high ISO, but in reverse. There’s a lot more light bouncing around, and thus, a high ISO can peak much easier than on a clear light. 
All of that said, these images aren’t perfect. A close look will reveal a lot of noise in the so-called black areas. Fog is tricky, especially in regards to reading your settings. Even more so if you’re wincing when you check your screen since part of your brain wants out. 
Quick tips for shooting fog at night:
In my opinion, photography as “painting with light” is never more true than in this setting. Play with all sorts of different lights and settings!
Your aperture can do a lot of unique things in this setting. 
Settings are more reliable than fog in the day, but they can still lie. Your main concern is over- or under-exposing.
Photo by Bryce
You can find more of me here via these links: [website | tumblr | portfolio | twitter | wish list]

frogmanslightschool:

Fog at Night

I took these after a friend’s birthday; the group I was with were heading to a club when I parted ways with them due to a migraine. I had a 40-minute walk to manage across downtown, and I had my camera. This is what came of it.

Neon and street lights do a lot of interesting stuff in the fog, especially if you play with your ISO settings and your aperture. 

Usually, if you’re shooting landscape, you want your aperture as small as possible. On your camera’s settings, this translates to a higher f-stop, e.g. f/16. You do this because it allows as much of the image to be in focus as possible. 

Of course, fog makes stuff out of focus regardless of your camera settings, so you can have fun with shots that should typically be on the higher f-stop. By using a lower one, less is in focus, but more light is let in. Combine that with the naturally reflective fog and you have some unique night shots. 

The same goes for a high ISO, but in reverse. There’s a lot more light bouncing around, and thus, a high ISO can peak much easier than on a clear light. 

All of that said, these images aren’t perfect. A close look will reveal a lot of noise in the so-called black areas. Fog is tricky, especially in regards to reading your settings. Even more so if you’re wincing when you check your screen since part of your brain wants out. 

Quick tips for shooting fog at night:

  • In my opinion, photography as “painting with light” is never more true than in this setting. Play with all sorts of different lights and settings!
  • Your aperture can do a lot of unique things in this setting. 
  • Settings are more reliable than fog in the day, but they can still lie. Your main concern is over- or under-exposing.

Photo by Bryce

You can find more of me here via these links: [website | tumblr | portfolio | twitter | wish list]

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White Collar: a summary

White Collar: a summary