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Reblog ► REALLY SCARY BARKING FROM A DISTANCE. SOMEONE SAVE ME
So I was doing a photoshoot, about to pack up and leave when I start hearing this reallllly loud screeching. LIKE THE SCARIEST SOUND EVER. It wasn’t a dog, and I couldn’t think of what else it could be. Maybe a wolf? Wolverine? Dinosaur? Most likely a Dino. Anyways, it was so scary that I just sat there for five minutes hoping it would go away. Eventually the sound faded and I drove home on my quad like my life depended on it.
( if you watch the vine make sure you turn up the volume so you can hear the scary screeching sounds)
my location for the shoot. This is a ravine that’s about a minute away from my house.
Anonymous asked : "just keep shooting, shooting, shooting; what do we do? We shoot, shoot, shoot." Thank you for the motivational talk homegurl
u go gurl
Anonymous asked : continued selfie question. Does it just come down to being gorgeous to get a good self protrati. Please be completely honest. I dont think im horrible looking, im just average but my nose baloons up in side profiles so i have to avoid those. But i guess i have to be as good looking as u and all the other good looking photographers to get a good selfie like u guys hehe
NO.noo no nonooo. Kay, a little secret. In grade ten I broke my nose playing rugby, and ever since it’s been really crooked. So when I pose in photos I always shift my face to the right so you get more of my “good” side and you can’t tell my nose is crooked. There’s going to be certain poses that work for different people, you just need to find a pose you like, and use it!! Angles and lighting will always influence how “good” someone looks in a photograph, just test out different variations of each and use the one you like most. It’s all about experimenting to get a good shot, not about looking good.
Anonymous asked : how do U take such cool selfies. I always struggle; Any tips? I look terrible and very bulgy because the wind blows my shirt to immense proportions. OR Its not focused (especially since I don't have a remote); I also can't run to certain places to take my photo within 10 seconds. OR the settings are weird. I know many people say golden hour is the best time to avoid harsh shadows and get a good image. But i just struggle with this so much while everyone else has amazing selfies :/ TIPS PLEASE <3
a lot of my selfies lately have been in a studio. Which makes it like 103736292 times easier to do than outside. I used to use a remote to take selfies. but with my new camera there isn’t a wireless remote that connects to it, anyways so when I shoot outside I try to manually focus it on a branch or rock and then replace that with myself. it seriously takes like fifty shots before it comes out in focus and a photo that I look sorta decent in. THE SECRET IS TO NOT GIVE UP. yes there will be times when you get ZERO good pictures. that happens to me a lot, less than it did before, but that’s cause I DIDN’T GIVE UP. just keep going outside and shooting. Sometimes the conditions will be horrible and nothing will turn out, but eventually there will be a perfect night where the lighting and wind are just as you want it and you look awesome and the pictures will work out.