Amazing color photography of Morocco by Belgian photographer, Harry Guyaert.
For Street Photography you need to be Creative & Fast. That’s the Power of Photography. Enjoy & have Fun… Cheers !!! Let Photography inspire You ! © Romeo …
A snappy tune and some great #street #photoigraphy makes for an entertaining 2:30 - enjoy! http://youtu.be/a4fSxUyXeQQ
The Huli, the Asaro, the Chukchi, the Dropka, the Himba and the Arbore. These are just some of the beautifully named tribes of the world that have been photographed by Jimmy Nelson. The intrepid Br…
Beautiful portraits of disappearing tribes from around the world. http://ngpopgun.wordpress.com/2014/06/29/before-they-pass-away/
I’m telling you folks- this is a great photography blog! Popgun has done it again. This time they’re blogging about the iPhone’s impact on photography. The images are stunning. It’s really amazing how the camera phone has become such an important tool for documenting our world. We wonder if someday- it may be the main tool??
Edit #video in #photoshop? Wow!
I’m always interested in new ways that photographers find to express themselves. These images are sensual and mysterious, yet, they were derived from an everyday moment that you and I might walk right past without even noticing. #Love #Photography that #inspires such as this.
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We’re not sure about the cost of this device. But the blog is worth reading just to see these ULTRA cool photos! Check out the hippo charging. Yikes!
Come, take a fantastic voyage to the gangsta’s paradise. Your guide is a 50-year-old rapper from Compton named Coolio and he’s had a long walk through the valley of the shadow of death. Your journey begins in 1996, when he won a Grammy for his song, “Gangsta’s Paradise,” and made himself a household name. Then, time happened. Coolio’s star started fading along with his trademark wild braids. And although he may not be accepting awards at this point in his career, he’s been keeping busy over the last two decades—still putting out albums, still making appearances in dozens of movies and TV shows, and above all, still being motherfucking Coolio.
We recently caught up with Coolio about, well, everything…
Noisey: You recently let Falling In Reverse cover “Gangsta’s Paradise.” I guess my question is: Why would you do that?
Coolio: Well, actually, I couldn’t stop them from doing it for one thing. Secondly, my kids like it. My kids like Falling In Reverse. They’re Falling In Reverse fans.
How old are your kids?
She’s 16 and then one is 22 and you know, I actually like them myself.
I don’t know if you’ve ever heard the lead singer or know anything about him, but he got skills. He got rap skills.
You think so?
Yeah he does. The lead singer from Falling In Reverse is actually skilled.
Hm. What do you think of his other side—the screaming metalcore shit?
I mean, some of it I like, some of it I don’t like but there’s a lot of things in hip-hop I don’t like so it’s not necessarily about me liking everything, I think it was something good to do. I think they did a great job on it. I don’t know what you know about Ronnie, man. Ronnie is the lead singer. He’s talented as shit.