last one I swear.
the shittiest scan quality, and totally weird colors but these pictures are absolutely too goofy not to share. More from the funky toy camera roll.
developed some film from this funny looking plastic toy camera, had some goofy results
"Come Darkly Near"
Promo video for an upcoming film that my class is doing! I’m cinematographer for this project, and my friend Marissa Bolen will be editing. There are a lot of other really talented people working on this project, so go give it a look. We have received $3,245 and our goal is $5,000 on our indiegogo with a week to go! Help donate to our film here we really appreciate it!
Guys this is a huge project me, nick and the rest of our class is doing. It’s going to be awesome and we’re closing in on our goal of $5,000 dollars! Every little bit counts, go give it a look and donate if ya please
tobewildered asked: Your works are amazing! keep the works going! really looking forward to your future works!
Had a crappy couple of days and this cheered me up quite a bit, thanks ya lovely lady
"Refraction" Film Photo
i get sad when I see my work tumbling around without a cred. not to mention someones watermark…. nice to see my work appreciated but GUYZ PLZ DNT DO DIS
Anonymous asked: How does one make it in the art industry? I never went to art school, so I don't have any connections :/
What is this “making it” and who are these “connections” you speak of?
I’d love to know (not trying to be a dick I’m actually being quite serious)
Art school isn’t some magic connection machine that shoots you into success… You don’t need a degree for any of those things. Don’t get me wrong, I love my school and am absolutely grateful for the opportunity I have to be going to college for what I love but it is really what you make of it and in no way guarantees any sort of future achievement.
Looking for some more artist/photo blogs to follow, any suggestions?