A what-I-call photo experiment, for a project I’m doing with a friend. She’s looking out at the universe, through the window of her best friend’s spaceship.
Phoneography! April 19, 2012
So. I have recently become an avid fan of Phoneography. I first came across this term on Photojojo, and the idea didn’t really appeal to me at first. A few weeks ago, though, I decided to download a photography app to my Android (RetroCamera). I tried it out, and was amazed. Basically, I went OMG THESE PHOTOS LOOK AMAZING WHY DIDN’T I EVER TRY THIS BEFORE?! Yeah, I liked it. I explored all the different cameras available on the app, and settled on one I liked. Here’s one of the first photos I took with the app:
Some more photos:
2. When I showed this to my mother, she told me it looked like something that had to do with time travel. I agree!
3. We stopped at a gas station a few weeks ago on a trip, and we were near an airport.
4. A simple glass of ginger ale.
So, yes, I have become quite the fan of this type of photography, and look forward to experimenting further with it!
The Hunger Games. March 23, 2012
Well, I went to the midnight premiere of The Hunger Games last night with several of my friends. And my head exploded.
KATNISS KATNISS ALASLKJFALKJFSAD PEETA!!!! FJLFJKLJKL I HATE KATNISS.
Doctor Who! February 27, 2012
Oi, just wanted to say something. I recently decided to start another blog to post all things Doctor Who-related. So, just if you are interested: letshopinthetardis.wordpress.com. This is just to share my love of Doctor Who. CAUSE IT’S SO AWESOME.
We Are Young February 21, 2012
I haven’t written anything in ages! Quite sorry. So, the reason I’m writing today is that you need to know about a song, similar to the post I wrote about Dog Days Are Over. The song today: We Are Young, by Fun. featuring Janelle Monae. I had seen the name of the song before, on the Top Lists playlist on Spotify, but had never actually heard it. So I decided to listen to it. And I was in love. The very first time listening to it, I was almost in awe; the song starts out rather quiet and toned-down, but soon turns into this amazing, inspiring sound. It’s powerful, the type of song one might hear at the end of an awesome film. It makes me feel happy and encouraged, rather the same way that Shake It Out (by Florence + the Machine) does.
I could (and I do!) sit at my computer with my headphones in, the sound turned up all the way, and listen to We Are Young over and over again. It’s THAT good.
So. Go listen to it. And tell me what you think!
Tonight we are young
So let’s set the world on fire
We can burn brighter than the sun
December Diptychs December 2, 2011
Ah! It’s been so long since I’ve written anything! My apologies. But I have something to write about every day this month! Hooray. Yesterday, I started a photo project for December with one of my best friends, who is a photographer as well, and excellent at it. Each day in December we’re both taking a picture that corresponds with a theme we came up with, and then combining the two photos into a diptych. I’m very excited. So, without further ado, here is our diptych for December 1:
Homeschoolers Know How to Party October 30, 2011
So, yeah, last night was one of the best nights of my life.
One of my school friends hosted a Halloween-ish party. I say
‘ish’ because it wasn’t really celebrating Halloween, but it was really near
and we dressed up and stuff. And my gosh…we danced. And danced. And danced. So much epic music.
And this is how we dance. Lots of jumping around, arm-waving, hair-swinging and such. I had no idea what I was doing most of the time, and I’m sure I looked a little strange at times. But I don’t care.
Eventually someone put on Journey and we all sang Don’t Stop Believin’ at the top of our lungs. Also, one of my friends requested Lady Gaga’s Poker Face, and we had a blast dancing and singing along to that. The party started around 7, and we were still dancing, a lot, at 10:30. And then our tired little legs started to get sore from jumping around so much. But then the music started up again, and we were back at it. We eventually collapsed in the car to go home at 11:30. So sore. So, so sore. But so happy and elated, because of the amazing party. Best living room party EVER. EVERRRR. And, pretty much, I have the best friends. EVER.
And we really know how to dance.