00:59 and He told to me: "Don't worry my child I am with you but first of all, don't be afraid to be who you are, you are my child, my little love child and don't be afraid to show to the other people my love for you and what I did for you and for them on that day that I gave my life for you. Don't be afraid 'cause in all the time I am with you, in the desert I'm there careful and encouraging you to be strong more than you can be and more than everything that tries to do you give up! Don't worry my son, I am with you! I am careful you!
So, let me use you, let me have you as an instrument in my hand, let me show you what I'd like to do in your life, just give your life for me, just let me use you. You belong to me and I belong to you, you belong to me! I'll change your name, I'll change your life."
¿No les pasa que al ver una foto se ponen a pensar cómo habrá sido el momento antes y después de la misma? Hoy intenté recrear esta idea con @lorenacapri. ¿Qué opinan? 🔥 / 🎥: @sonyalpha A7S
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A hard thing for me to hear is when people assume digital photography is easy. It takes years to get down, I've been taking photos for 5 years and I still don't get perfect shots. I try to shoot manually whenever I do shoot to give myself a challenge, but figuring out the lighting, managing the ISO, and how much light is let into the lens (aperture) isn't an easy thing to learn. I am here to share my art and express myself through my photos, it's not easy and it does take lots of practice, but nonetheless I love what I do
“The concept of beauty gets twisted when you're a person of colour. Are you beautiful because you're exotic? Interesting because you didn't grow up in the same way? Do you matter only as an objectification of your most immediate impressions?”— @franklymoi •
The other day I stood barefoot in snow with instagram streaming live as I attempted to shoot something that my imagination had been dreaming. When I got to editing somehow it didn’t match what I originally visualized. While this image is something different and maybe a bit more abstract I still welcome the process of creating. Sometimes you know exactly what you want before shooting and other times it starts to form while editing it. I wouldn’t call this a failed concept but rather a surprise of the unknown. I love not knowing what’s going to happen and I remember saying to myself many times while shooting this “i hope this works”. This image is a reminder to enjoy the process of the unknown and welcome things you never expected to come. Kind of like the image itself is saying.
come on, come talk to me
won’t you please talk with me
if you’d only talk to me
you act so deaf and blind
come on, just talk to me
so you can unlock your misery
chanteuse extraordinaire @emma_dilemma_ 🎤🎼