There’s so much going on in my life right now and it’s turning it upside down. I participated in a Live Show from my university and I will tell you more about it in another post but for now let me tell you about the Diana photo app. I’m not sure if you remember my double exposure post from a while ago. Anyways I pinned it to Pinterest and the guys from Diana App noticed it and offered me to try out their App which is all about double exposures!
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I’m missing Spring like crazy these days! Who else can’t wait to see those flowers popping up again?
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I had the chance to photograph the Connecticut based band Second Street Saints at the popular Music Festival Alive@Five in Stamford.
Overview: Based in Southeastern Connecticut, SSS is comprised of Rich McGowan (Vocals, Guitar), Devin McGrath (Guitar), Derek Kennedy (Bass) and Tom Kelly (Drums). They came together in early 2010 with the goal of creating intelligent pop music—songs that are pleasing to the ear but also literate, thought-out and distinctive. After months of writing and rehearsing, SSS made its public debut in late 2010 and continues to play regularly throughout Connecticut and New York. The band is also in the process of recording its first demo and recently released the singles “Time Is Running Out,” “Not Too Late,” and “It All Comes Back To You” on its Facebook page. It has also released two DIY music videos on its YouTube page and will continue to release new content throughout the year. SSS knows what it takes to make it in the music industry, and through constant touring and dedication to their craft, the band hopes to show the world what many in CT already know: SSS is the real thing.
Next week Tuesday I’ll turn 24. Since that following weekend’s memorial weekend I couldn’t celebrate my birthday than since everybody is traveling (including me). So we went out yesterday night first to Tenjune and than to Anja Bar. Without a minute of sleep I made my way to Six Flaggs after a quick change at my house. Now I’m here waiting in Line, listening to Teenpop and getting a nice sunburn. Somehow it was way easier to have fun at that in my Teens… Still a fun day with lovely friends!
This is me with the worst case of dark circles in front of Kingda-Ka a crazy attraction at Six Flags. I did it…twice 🙂
Here’s another one from my trip to Coney Island last weekend.
I’m so sorry that my posts are so spare recently but I have so much stuff to do including applying for Universities. Once this is over I promise you there will be more stability in my Blog 🙂
I’m currently trying to get into street photography. It’s such a nice challenge. You have to have your settings right or otherwise the moment has passed. It’s a lot of fun and trains my eyes so much. I think it’s a good exercise for everybody who’s into photography. Try it yourself!
Grap your camera and snap away. A little Tip: Wide angled lenses are better. ( You already have a bigger depth of field) and push your ISO high in most cases a 100 is not going to do the job.
I like to turn them into Black&White. It’s easier that way to concentrate on the subject. Especially the East Village is very colorful and you don’t know where to look first.
I took this shot in the East Village of New York City while walking by. She just walked out the store to light up her cigarette.
If you haven’t heard about Instagram yet it’s according to their page a : “fast, beautiful and fun way to share your photos with friends and family.” and I couldn’t say it any better. I’m in love with it. And the best part it’s a free app for the iphone and since last week even for all Android users available.