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Trying out my new GIF app:)

Trying out my new GIF app:)

smithsonianmag:

The Amazing Grace of Underwater Portraits
Photographer Henrik Sorensen slips into pools with fully clothed dancers, soccer players, skateboarders and others to make portraits of people in a kind of suspended animation. Buoyancy allows for gravity-defying poses, while the water’s resistance, seen as ripples and bubbles, renders movement itself visible. To limit excess bubbles that might spoil a scene, Sorensen doesn’t use a diving tank but instead holds his breath, like his subjects.
Continue reading and see more photos at Smithsonian.com

smithsonianmag:

The Amazing Grace of Underwater Portraits

Photographer Henrik Sorensen slips into pools with fully clothed dancers, soccer players, skateboarders and others to make portraits of people in a kind of suspended animation. Buoyancy allows for gravity-defying poses, while the water’s resistance, seen as ripples and bubbles, renders movement itself visible. To limit excess bubbles that might spoil a scene, Sorensen doesn’t use a diving tank but instead holds his breath, like his subjects.

Continue reading and see more photos at Smithsonian.com

oxane:

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image

Richard Mosse talks about shooting his gorgeous new film “The Enclave” in Eastern Congo. The film was shot on 16mm infrared film and will be displayed as an absorbing five-screen video installation. It features music composed by Ben Frost, and cinematography by Trevor Tweeten. It’s currently screening at this year’s Venice Biennale

(Via booooooom)

darklamb:

oscarprgirl:

Watteau: a section at the back of a woman’s dress that is caught in pleats or gathers at the neck and falls unbelted to the floor.

Well, that and also named after the 18th century French painter Jean-Antoine Watteau whose female subjects wore the gowns with this type of train that was fashionable at the time. The style of dress was named for him.

darklamb:

oscarprgirl:

Watteau: a section at the back of a woman’s dress that is caught in pleats or gathers at the neck and falls unbelted to the floor.

Well, that and also named after the 18th century French painter Jean-Antoine Watteau whose female subjects wore the gowns with this type of train that was fashionable at the time. The style of dress was named for him.

l-acus:

balenciaga resort 2014.

l-acus:

balenciaga resort 2014.

(Source: rovrsi, via glacial-couture)


Choi Xoo Ang

Choi Xoo Ang

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darklamb:

datebynumbers:

Have you laughed today?  Have you laughed and then found yourself filled with rage?  Well, here’s your chance.  

Thanks, Gemma.

All of these men should be shot. That’s the nicest thing I can come up with to say and to do to them.

Trying out my new GIF app:)

Trying out my new GIF app:)

smithsonianmag:

The Amazing Grace of Underwater Portraits
Photographer Henrik Sorensen slips into pools with fully clothed dancers, soccer players, skateboarders and others to make portraits of people in a kind of suspended animation. Buoyancy allows for gravity-defying poses, while the water’s resistance, seen as ripples and bubbles, renders movement itself visible. To limit excess bubbles that might spoil a scene, Sorensen doesn’t use a diving tank but instead holds his breath, like his subjects.
Continue reading and see more photos at Smithsonian.com

smithsonianmag:

The Amazing Grace of Underwater Portraits

Photographer Henrik Sorensen slips into pools with fully clothed dancers, soccer players, skateboarders and others to make portraits of people in a kind of suspended animation. Buoyancy allows for gravity-defying poses, while the water’s resistance, seen as ripples and bubbles, renders movement itself visible. To limit excess bubbles that might spoil a scene, Sorensen doesn’t use a diving tank but instead holds his breath, like his subjects.

Continue reading and see more photos at Smithsonian.com

oxane:

Richard Mosse: The Impossible Image

Richard Mosse talks about shooting his gorgeous new film “The Enclave” in Eastern Congo. The film was shot on 16mm infrared film and will be displayed as an absorbing five-screen video installation. It features music composed by Ben Frost, and cinematography by Trevor Tweeten. It’s currently screening at this year’s Venice Biennale

(Via booooooom)

darklamb:

oscarprgirl:

Watteau: a section at the back of a woman’s dress that is caught in pleats or gathers at the neck and falls unbelted to the floor.

Well, that and also named after the 18th century French painter Jean-Antoine Watteau whose female subjects wore the gowns with this type of train that was fashionable at the time. The style of dress was named for him.

darklamb:

oscarprgirl:

Watteau: a section at the back of a woman’s dress that is caught in pleats or gathers at the neck and falls unbelted to the floor.

Well, that and also named after the 18th century French painter Jean-Antoine Watteau whose female subjects wore the gowns with this type of train that was fashionable at the time. The style of dress was named for him.

l-acus:

balenciaga resort 2014.

l-acus:

balenciaga resort 2014.

(Source: rovrsi, via glacial-couture)


Choi Xoo Ang

Choi Xoo Ang

(via oxane)

oxane:

Jeremy Enecio

oxane:

Jeremy Enecio

oxane:

Jeremy Enecio

oxane:

Jeremy Enecio

darklamb:

datebynumbers:

Have you laughed today?  Have you laughed and then found yourself filled with rage?  Well, here’s your chance.  

Thanks, Gemma.

All of these men should be shot. That’s the nicest thing I can come up with to say and to do to them.

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