I am putting this song up as an earworm for one reason and one reason alone. It’s called “Bacon”. Other than that, I really don’t care much for this song, but maybe you will. Enjoy!
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Today, I will present to you a story. Something we haven’t done here on JWAB before is post fiction. We’ve never come up with some short stories (not articles) to maybe entertain (or in today’s case, confuse) the audience.
Ah, ‘Ye’s second appearance on this list. I remember my ‘cousin’ Ira always saying “summertime Chi” whenever he could, and I never fully understood where he was getting that until I heard this autotuned monstrosity.
I’m not saying I don’t like this song by calling it a monstrosity. In fact, I mean that in the most complimentary way possible, if any. Seriously. T-Pain’s autotuned voice just makes the song for me.
The video makes the song that much better. I don’t know if you know, but I do want to go to an art school to pursue graphic design and illustration, and the graphics in the video just blew my mind. The kind of stuff done in it is intense, man. Also, I’ve really been trying to up my wardrobe, clothing and fashion design/style has become a rather intriguing area for me lately. Kanye is usually seen wearing outrageous outfits, but his clothes in the video are so clean and subtle. I’m a fan of subtle.
It’s been a while since I posted a random photo. Just been behind on a few things. In any case, here is an oldy. It snowed a bit today, and reminded me of some older snow scenes that I’ve taken. And looking through my older shots, I saw this one.
Shot with my old Pentax K10D and Pentax’s DA 10-17mm Fisheye.
Pentax K10D Pentax DA 10-17mm FE 1/750 f/6.7 10 mm ISO 400
Shooting snowy scenes always gives me this calming effect, the quietness, the serenity of everything after a fresh snow fall gives you this peace from with in. At least with me. I hope you enjoyed.
I have a love hate relationship with Instagram. I love it for it’s quick and easy edits on photos, which makes ho-hum cell phone shots into pieces of art, and I hate it cause it’s a quick and easy way to edit photos, and makes us photographers that put hours in the digital dark room processing/editing shots look bad.
In any case, it does show off the one thing a photographer has that cannot be replaced by apps, and what not..and it’s his vision.
I hope you enjoy this quick shot I took over the weekend whilst enjoying a 6 mile walk.
This came out a while ago, a way to embed your Instgrams on to WordPress blogs. I’m quite the avid Instgrammer since it’s release for Android (follow me, instagram.com/gta86), and this news excited me.
Anyway, we did just get power back, and we are still trying to get back to normalcy. Now we have a storm, a Nor-Easter in fact hitting us up here in the north east. This will definitely slow down the recovery process from Hurricane Sandy, but it’s not as destructive. I hope everyone out there that were in the area of Sandy is alright, and getting up back on their 2 feet, and also hope that no one they personally know got the worst of it.
Situations like that make you appreciate everything that you have.
So, today’s random photo is a shot I took whilst on my commute home. Snow covered platform.
Apologies for the super late post. I just got my new phone today, a Galaxy Nexus S, and I’ve been playing around with it a bit much. It is also my GF’s birthday, so, stuff had to be taken care of.
Anyhow, this was a picture shot at this massive art place in upstate NY, called Storm King art center. They have a massive expanse of land, and they have massive artwork all over the place. I don’t think we even got to explore the whole place. In one area, I just noticed a bunch of insects, bee’s, lady bugs, butterflies. I sat there observing, and I decided to just start taking photographs. I don’t have a true macro lens for my Pentax, but the DA* 50-130mm lens proved to be a worthy lens. Below is one of my personal favorites from that set.
Pentax K20D Pentax DA* 50-135mm F/2.8 1/1600 f/2.8 135 mm ISO 100 0 EV
If you would like to see more photos from that set, here’s the link.
These were the first few days I shot of this years, very short, and very much failed 365 set. My first subject was toy cars, and I did have a ton to shoot, but a trip to Florida, and some other stuff going down quickly put a kibosh on my project. Maybe next year I can get going on it again, maybe.
Nikon D700 Micro Nikkor 60mm Nikon SB900 1/15 f/8.0 Focal Length 60 mm ISO 1600 -1/3 EV
Shot during last years New York City Comic Con (yeah, LAST YEAR, I missed this years due to procrastination and amnesia), I saw her while on my way out for a quick break. I forget which character she was from, but she had different coloured contact lenses for each eyes, and it just look awesome. Had to get a close up.
Nikon D700 Nikkor 24-70mm Nikon SB900 1/160 f/2.8 32 mm ISO 500 +1/3 EV Flash had Gary Fong’s Lightsphere attached