A Really Big Show →
The link above is probably one of my favourite set of miniatures created by tilt-shift photography. As Vincent Laforet explains as his beautiful photos stream by (which, by the way, you should view in full screen :), tilt-shift photography allows focusing on one small thing (this is called selective focus), as the rest of the photo gradually goes out of focus. Most of the time it creates a...
A little frameless.
Ahhh putain! At the Salon D-Clic last May, I temporarily went beserk (it’s quite a sight!) and snatched up some beautiful - and as I learn now: some very hard to find - 8 X 12 photo frames by Nexxt. They were being sold on “liquidation” by L.L.Lozeau, for like….4.99$ a pop! (when they normally sell at the store for maybe 10$). Anyway, I only took THREE (come on, I tried not...
I like people who have a sense of individuality. I love expression and anything...– Marc Jacobs (via girlinthegreenscarf)
Doodle and PLAY! :)
this is sooo neat! :) jeansbeans: This ^ is super fun LOL. (You can’t see it on your dashboards!)
How to do a good deed.
Recommend Life of Phi for Photography! Thank you ♥.
Jimon's story →
This inspiring post from Melissa Rodwell (she’s simply amazing) about how a jet engineer in L.A. slowly but surely quit his 9-to-5 job to follow his passion for photography gave me a huge rush of hope. How many are we in his shoes? Photo by Melissa Rodwell While most days I appreciate the privileges of my chosen career (among others: a decent salary and a standard job-security), like...
Ready, Set, Mark your calendars...
September is officially Photo Month in Montreal and here are two of the events I will be attending gleefully. Yap, I said gleefully. The World Press Photo 2010 Edition is making its way around the world and it’s in Montreal at the Just for Laughs Museum from September 3rd to October 3rd. Don’t miss seeing the most captivating photojournalism of the year! ...
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