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I feel like now fashion is just part of how I think about everything. When I send out a moodboard to our contributors every month about our monthly theme, there are photos from our fashion shows, but there are also film stills and album art.
I think of basset hounds whenever I turn on my computer because I have photos of them. And if I’m lucky, and I see one on the street, I know it’s going to be a good day. They really are like a four-leaf clover.
Selfies became too big. The selfie photos are not good. Fans ask me for a selfie, and I say, ‘Let’s just do a photo.’ I’m not anti-selfie, but I like a classic photograph.
Kids are always going to be around people who break world records and that. It’s how you deal with that. I never let it get in the way of my race, but I am always more than happy after the race to signautographs and have photos.
My brother‘s friend worked at a TV station, so we went in; the producer of a show asked if I wouldn’t mind taking some photos for his wife, who was a talent agent. Next thing I know, I’m enroute to the agency.
A fan requested me for a photo, after which he made his whole family click photos with me, and while leaving, he told his family that I was Katrina Kaif!
I have to pay a huge price to express myself. You get people asking to take photos all the time; you can’t ride the subway… I still ride the subway, but there’s always people sneaking photos or coming up to you.
I know people have tattooed my ‘Sons of Anarchy‘ photos, they’ve painted them, on their bikes. I’ve seen a few of those, sent to me through friends, where they’ve actually taken my 8×10 Tig photo and put it right on their bike.
I think, in general, models tend to do their favorite faces or their comfortable face, but your facialexpression is just so important. You don’t want to have an editorial of 20 photos where it’s just you giving a ‘Zoolander’ face.
My earliest memory as a kid was when I was about six, my dad used to take me and our Labrador Glen for a walk. We used to take a wind up camera and go searching for cropcircles. We’d make little notes and I’d take photos of the circles.
I have very strong memories of my early years. In fact, I remember the house I was born in, and we moved from that house when I was less than ten months old. I have drawn pictures of it and shown my mother, and she was shocked because we have no photos of the place, and I was very accurate.
Times have changed since 2002 when I won a spot in the group ‘Popstars.’ Back in the day we would get fan letters in the mail, now you can find anyone and contact people. It’s incredible how fans can have a personal connection, share photos, stories.
I have equalparts film and digital cameras in my collection. I think that there are ways to Photoshop photos so that they look like you shot them on film, but is that as rewarding? It just depends on the person.
The worst thing I ever wore, really, was rubberpants, but I don’t think that was a cliche. They were just way too hot. Rubber doesn’t breathe. I look back on my photos, and I dig them. I think I look really cool.
My dad was always taking photos of us at home, and even on set – he’d bring us along and stick us in the photos in the background. It was almost the beginning of acting for me, like, ‘Hey, you go over there and play basketball in the background, and don’t even think about the camera.’
There are no captions on red-carpet photos that say, ‘This girl trained for two weeks, she went on a juicediet, she has a professional hair and makeup person, and this dress was made for her.’ I just wish they’d say, ‘It ain’t the truth.’
I’m young, and I’m a girl, so, when I post something, I want to see what people are saying or what they think of my photos. I’ve found it better if you don’t read anything and you just always stay off that track.
With ‘Versace,’ after I had gotten the , it was two weeks of preparation before I started filming, and I had read Maureen Orth’s book; I had been able to get a hold of photos and really start to inhabit the mind of David Madson.
I’m not going to dinner with somebody who eats like a bird, nor do I want to eat like a bird. But its weird: In our business, I’m a size 2 and consideredcurvy. Its important to remindyoung women, ‘Listen, even skinny girls have cellulite, even Halle Berry has cellulite, and what you see in photos isn’t totally real.’
I was the Playmate editor for ‘Playboy’ for two years. I produced two years’ worth of centerfolds. I did everything on that, from picking the girls to designing the sets to picking the wardrobe, coming up with themes, assigning the photographer, down to editing the photos and approving the retouching.
I didn’t set out to be a singer. Actually, the earliest creative efforts I made were drawings copied from comics we got every week at the newsagent, or rearranging photos I cut out and pasted in scrapbooks.
Basically, I feel like people have always taken photos of themselves. When I was in college, I had these Polaroid cameras my friends and I would have so much fun with. Today, we’d be taking those pictures on our phones. I think it’s just part of culture today… Why not have fun with it?
Microsoft Research has a thing called the Sense Cam that, as you walk around, it’s taking photos all the time. And the software will filter and find the ones that are interesting without having to think, ‘Let’s get out the camera and get that shot.’ You just have that, and software helps you pick what you want.
Sometimes when I’m being photographed, I hear the voice of this photographer who told me when I was about six while he was taking my school photo that I didn’t have a nicesmile, and I shouldn’t smile in photos.
For people who are displaced, you can reconstruct the story of your life from the objects you have access to, but if you don’t have the objects then there are holes in your life. This is why people in Bosnia – if anyone was running back into a burning house, it was to salvage photos.
My best advice for a new Tinder user is don’t just start swiping left or right. Take a moment and really evaluate everyone’s photos before you say ‘yes’ or ‘no.’ Sometimes people don’t know what they are doing when choosing photos.
Way back in 2008, when the iPhone was new and Instagram was a gleam in Kevin Systrom’s eye, I was involved in creating a service called CrowdFire. It was a way for fans at a festival (the first was Outside Lands) to share photos, tweets, and texts in a location and event specific way.
If you want to be an actor, you should just get out there and do it. I don’t go for the approach of first getting photos and an agent. I think you should start with the work, and the other stuff will follow. As with ‘opportunity knocks,’ you have to be ready.
I look at photos of the Sochi Olympics – even though it sometimes seems like it was just yesterday – that photo doesn’t even look like me. It looks like a child. I don’t even recognize myself.
I have a no-kids policy on my website, meaning I won’t publish paparazzi photos of celebritychildren. I’ll only post photos that celebrities themselves share on social media, or if the kids are photographed at a red carpet event.
Before the show, there’s about two or two and a half hours of meet and greets with radiostations, promoters, people who I need to see and thank and talk to to make sure they remember me. And then, I get – out of all that day of talking and smiling and shaking hands and getting photos, I get to sing for two hours.
I get stuff every single day whether that be comments on my Instagram photos, or tweets about a tweet that I put out. Just tweets that they make in general to just pick on me, make me feel bad about myself, belittle me or anything. It’s not good.
I’m not sure if I should say this, but after watching ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’, I really wanted Rajkummar Rao to notice me, so I commented on all his photos. He’s the only person I’ve asked for a photo with.
I feel more like a creative artist usingphotography because there’s – the digital work is so interesting now. It’s come to that. I have had many different stages of photography – there are many different ways to take photos. But I feel now I’m in that stage of my life where I use the camera, you know, in that way.
Love making jewelry? Awesome! Find blogs that inspire you, follow people on social media who have great taste, start an Etsy store, and borrow a friend’s DSLR to take some beautiful photos of your craft. All of this costs $0.
I think there’s a perception out there that people know me based on these glamorous photos they see of me in magazines, but I have about two hours of hair and makeup and then people to dress me, to make me look even better, in those pictures.
I don’t really go to a lot of parties. It only seems that way because so many photos are taken when I do go to one.
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I’m very stodgy. I’m always looking at old photos of California and Los Angeles, knowing that what I’m looking at is now full of houses. There used to be vacant lots in Los Angeles, now all taken up by three-storey boxes – it’s all getting infilled.
I take it as a compliment when people want to click photos with us. But at times, it is pretty intrusive. People think that because we come on the big screen or on television, they have a right over us.
I have so many photos of myself in my room when I was a kid; I had one wall that was all TLC posters that I got free at some record store, then another wall was all Public Enemy, and the last wall was all ‘90210.’
There are a lot of hardcore ‘Napoleon‘ fans, and they do the research and find photos of what I look like when I’m not ‘Kip-ified.’ Those fans recognize me. It happens maybe once a week, where someone will come up to me and be, like, ‘Dude, you’re Kip.’ And I’m, like, ‘Yeah, my name‘s Aaron.’
I’ve always been intimidated by the technicalities of taking photos, especially with a film camera – not just a point and shoot.
I don’t really have hobbies. I paint. I write. I direct videos. I take photos. I’m a creative person. A normal day for me is doing all of those things. Sometimes I stay up until 5 A.M. writing a song because I make music. It’s the same with writing.
Once I was in a shopping centre with some WesternSydney Wanderers boys and this kid came up to me and said, ‘Hi I’m a Kuhlman, we have the same dad and my mum’s got photos of you as a baby.’ I was shocked, lost for words, really uncomfortable. I knew he’d had kids but no idea how many or age.
I think a woman‘s body is so much more sensual than a man’s. I’m not saying strip off all your clothes, but there are certain photos I like people taking of me, where I’m comfortable. As long as it’s tasteful, why not?
Oftentimespeople say to me, ‘Oh I didn’t know you could do so much with locs until I saw your videos or I saw photos of you at events.’ So whenever I hear that people have been really inspired to experiment with their hair or their look because of me, it’s very flattering and really cool.
We are always getting photos and publicity from people who want to act in Andy‘s movies. We always throw them away. They don’t seem to realize that the last thing we’d put into a movie is an actor. Because all the other movies use actors.
I wasn’t, like, this top model; I was quietly doing my work, and when I became an actress, people started doing research, and everybody found out. People dug out photos, and suddenly people became interested – but no one was interested in my photos when I was a model.
Especially with Instagram, I feel reluctant to make all the photos beautiful because I don’t necessarily want to send this message that life is perfect and your avocado toast is always going to be beautifullylit. I want readers to feel like the Man Repeller page is real and kind of dirty. Messy.
So many girls second-think their pose or what they’re doing. And, in turn, the photos will come out really unnatural. I say to really give the camera a performance – that, and make sure you’re comfortable with how you look, and give it a good smile and a filter.
When I’m driving past the place I used to work, or when I’m driving past the comedystudio where I used to take photos in exchange for classes, or when I’m driving past the yoga studio I used to clean on the weekends – it’s not that far removed from me yet. I get very sentimental over things like that.
We’re not going the photography route. I think there is a real distinction between photos and images, and Flickr is for photos, and Instagram is for photos. You wouldn’t put a filter on a meme; you’d put a filter on top of a photo that came from your camera.
I remember, in 2008, and we won the ChampionsLeague and the Premier League, and we were having our photos taken with the trophies, and someone said to me, ‘Patrice, you don’t look happy.’ I said, ‘It’s because we are missing the FA Cup.’
The photos were taken by AfricanUnionsoldiers. People in Congress saw them. I thought if people could see them, there would be public outcry. No one would be able to say, We just didn’t know what was going on there.
Using the correct apps can completely change how your photos look. It’s really exciting because once you’ve already taken a good photo, it can become 10 times better if you use the right combination of apps. My favorites are VSCO Cam, Afterlight, Facetune and SKRWT.
If you’ve got a classic car look back in your log book and see if any of the previousowners will be happy to give you photos of the car in its heyday. You’ll find that more often than not they’ll be happy to share memories of it and it’ll make it more appealing to potentialbuyers.
I have a hard time watching the shows now. It is like opening up a yearbook when you were in junior high. I think everybody looks back at their photos and cringe, and I get to experience it with everybody else in the world looking at mine.
What’s cool is when people send me messages or tag me in their photos, which definitely happens more after a project comes out. The best part, I think, is that the DMs and tags are always from young girls, and reaching them is the most important thing for me.