(Source: theperfectcell)

(Source: yo-she-bitch)

(Source: morphinelab)

At Hobby Lobby with Bianca; Jan 9th, 2012. Although I’ve been shooting since 2006, I believe my identity as a photographer truly emerged in 2012. Two years ago, I got my first film camera; a Smena 8M. Essentially, a hunk of plastic with a nice piece of glass. Made in the USSR. No batteries, a useless viewfinder, metric scale focusing. Real bare-bones. Regardless of the archaic manner this camera offered, the Smena 8M was the tool I learned photography through. And with that, my introduction to 35mm; the format that gave me a greater appreciation and love for my craft. #tbt #35mm #analog #lomo

(Source: 81on)

(Source: glitchee)

snatchingmoments:

Krystal Pinto | 2014 | Amsterdam  snatchingmoments:

Krystal Pinto | 2014 | Amsterdam 

snatchingmoments:

Krystal Pinto | 2014 | Amsterdam 

(Source: 1jps)

theyjustloveme:

92crookz:

Biggie Cynthia

theyjustloveme:

92crookz:

Biggie Cynthia

(Source: jsallo)

  1. Camera: iPhone 5

(Source: unexplored-girl)

"I remember reading something Paul Thomas Anderson said, that you can often feel betrayed by films, because you’ve seen this moment dramatized before in a film, and I guess that’s what the moment in Magnolia where Philip Seymour Hoffman says, “This is part of the movie where you help someone out” is about. There’s no way of putting the genie back in the bottle, that kind of awareness of dramatized moments; you can’t erase it. In the most horrific circumstances of natural disaster, one of the main things that people are saying, “God, it looks like a film.” The moments when you should feel the most connected to things, there’s this awful, dissonant, alienating thing that occurs. I think that’s slightly what Oliver’s suffering from. He almost can’t take moments seriously, because he’s seen them before. To me, that seemed interesting, and isn’t done that much. Scream kind of did it. I think those first two Scream films are incredible, and The Faculty. There’s a real pocket of brilliant writing that Kevin Williamson did in the first season of Dawson’s Creek, which I loved. I really loved Kevin Williamson.” -Richard Ayoade