I have to seriously use the film that I get within its sell by date. Having said that, this is the 2nd to last roll of film I have had sitting around for over a year. That film in question is Fujifilm’s Pro 400h color negative film. This didn’t have that colour shift that I got from my previous old roll of film (Kodak Chrome 100) which the post can be read here. But then again, that roll was, I would guess, about 10 years old.
When I say quick, I mean 2 hours of shot footage, and 6 seconds of final watchable content. Seriously, this time lapse is fun, but I need to figure out how long I need to be shooting. So like an hour day won’t even give me a minute? I may need to reset my intervals.
I remember first hearing this song on the soundtrack for MLB 07: The Show, the baseball game with David Wright on the cover. Man, this song was good, has been good, and I have a feeling that to me, it will always be good.
This gem is off of their album, Is This It.
The Strokes have slowly been climbing on my favorite artists ladder, too.
If this list were actually structured, this would definitely be in the top 5.
Enjoy the song!
A young band, a great band. You guys that have been following my posts in particular should know from my Earworms that I like to listen to many, many, many different things.
This band was introduced to me by the same YouTube singer that introduced me to the John Mayer song I posted about yesterday. She did a cover with Mitchell Grey, and I loved the guy’s voice so much.
The song is about letting go of past relationships, something I believe people have trouble with.
The music video to this song is really special to me. The urban scenes were shot in my old stomping grounds of Elmhurst; Queens NYC, New York. The red awning? Top Line Supermarket. The park? Broadway park. I’d know the look of those apartment bricks if my eyes were closed. *AFTERTHOUGHT: I FREAKING HATE THE BOYFRIEND’S HAIR. THE HELL IS THAT RAT SHIT?*
…Well not really. I just had a horrible trip home courtesy of the New Jersey Transit, and Amtrak. They totally love screwing WELL paying costumers over and over and over again. I’m just really drained at this point to even post anything coherent.
Tomorrow folks but for now, enjoy this photo of Kate Hudson
Welcome back, we dearly missed you, our precious, rugged ice hockey.
The NHL season is back on, after a strenuous lock out and immense pain in the hearts of hockey fans in North America.
I’d just woken up when I read on Twitter that the NHLPA and Bettman had come to an agreement.
(I must’ve woken up my whole house from my scream of happiness…)
As of writing this post, I texted The Big Cheese that hockey is back. When he replies, I’ll let you know his thoughts. Or I’ll pry for him to make a reaction post as well.
HOCKEY IS BACK MY FRIENDS
I apologize to any of you and all of you who are readers of my posts, specifically. Due to my load of schoolwork from AP classes, I have not had a chance to fulfill my duties as a contributing co-editor. I’ve been keeping updated with the blog, but need to make some edits on grammatical/spelling errors, not like anyone cares. I love you all.
Anyway, the point of this post was to inform people of the colleges I wish to attend and to pose a question, which will be asked at the end of the post and to be answered by you, the readers, in the comment section below.
I’m really looking towards two schools, both in the New York City area.
— School of Visual Arts (SVA), Manhattan
— Pratt Institute, Brooklyn (with locations in Manhattan and Utica)
another college I may consider is the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). I might consider FIT, but that’s a very slim possibility.
The question(s) I wish to ask is(are)… Should I be following my dreams to become a graphic designer?
Shot during my first month of owning the D700, and well, at a time where my hours were cut to 4 day’s every other week , hence giving me the opportunity to go out and shoot. I mostly ended up NY’s Central Park.
This particular one, I happen to catch a man preparing to play his portable piano. It wasn’t a keyboard, bit it was some sort of piano. I thought it would be a great shot to catch his silhouette, and use the rest of the park outside the arches as the backdrop. I don’t know, maybe now I might do it a little different.