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nprfreshair:

In a conversation with director Wes Anderson Terry asked why he often has his characters look at the camera/audience head-on. Here’s what he says:

"I have my own way of blocking things and framing things that’s built into me. I compare it to handwriting. I don’t fully understand it — why my handwriting is like this — but in a way there’s some sort of tonal thing with the kind of stories I do. They tend to have some fable element and I think my visual predilections are somehow related to trying to make that tone and make my own writing work with performers."

Photos of The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, The Darjeeling Limited, and The Grand Budapest Hotel

photographersdirectory:

I’m a 20 year old Boston based photographer trying to make a future in the business. The mantra of my photography structure is “capturing the moments in life that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.” That said, I adore shooting unique portraits and still life. I aim to adopt a creative and unique look to my photos by using my personal “sauce” when I take and edit my photos. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III (switched to Canon a few weeks ago and love it!) along with a 40mm 2.8 and a 50mm 1.8. When I want some more versatility I’ll borrow my girlfriend’s 24-105L but I am primarily a prime shooter. I love my primes! 

My Flickr: Aemis Narukami
My Tumblr: Through My Eyes
My Facebook Page: Photography by Athelston Rogers
I post serious (e.g. paid or professional) shoots to my Facebook and everything else to my Flickr and Tumblr (Tumblr mostly).

photographersdirectory:

I’m a 20 year old Boston based photographer trying to make a future in the business. The mantra of my photography structure is “capturing the moments in life that would have otherwise gone unnoticed.” That said, I adore shooting unique portraits and still life. I aim to adopt a creative and unique look to my photos by using my personal “sauce” when I take and edit my photos. I shoot with a Canon 5D Mark III (switched to Canon a few weeks ago and love it!) along with a 40mm 2.8 and a 50mm 1.8. When I want some more versatility I’ll borrow my girlfriend’s 24-105L but I am primarily a prime shooter. I love my primes!

My Flickr: Aemis Narukami

My Tumblr: Through My Eyes

My Facebook Page: Photography by Athelston Rogers

I post serious (e.g. paid or professional) shoots to my Facebook and everything else to my Flickr and Tumblr (Tumblr mostly).

dustdb:

San Rafael Valley - Frosted

dustdb:

San Rafael Valley - Frosted

dustdb:

Windmill at Sunset, San Rafael Valley AZ

dustdb:

Windmill at Sunset, San Rafael Valley AZ

photographersdirectory:

My name is Tori Henley and I have been an avid fan of digital photography for much of life. Following in the footsteps of my dad, I picked up a Canon 30D for the first time when I was about 17 and have barely put it down since. I am now 23 and a double major of History and Poli-Sci at FSU in Tallahassee, Fl. Many clients and friends have said that I take beautiful pictures, but I don’t see it that way. I like to think of my photography as a way of documenting all the things in my world that are already beautiful. As a person who has struggled to function normally with raging ADHD all her life, my photography has served me both artistically and therapeutically as it has taught me to slow down and appreciate life as it happens all around me. This shot is untitled from my series “Frozen State University”, on my blog “Photogenus”. http://torihenleytakespictures.tumblr.com

photographersdirectory:

My name is Tori Henley and I have been an avid fan of digital photography for much of life. Following in the footsteps of my dad, I picked up a Canon 30D for the first time when I was about 17 and have barely put it down since. I am now 23 and a double major of History and Poli-Sci at FSU in Tallahassee, Fl. Many clients and friends have said that I take beautiful pictures, but I don’t see it that way. I like to think of my photography as a way of documenting all the things in my world that are already beautiful. As a person who has struggled to function normally with raging ADHD all her life, my photography has served me both artistically and therapeutically as it has taught me to slow down and appreciate life as it happens all around me. This shot is untitled from my series “Frozen State University”, on my blog “Photogenus”. http://torihenleytakespictures.tumblr.com