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Expired Agfa XRG 200 #35mm


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🎧 London grammar - Bitter sweet symphony


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As a former insomniac, I’m truly grateful that I have almost no sleep issues since getting sober. That changed last night. I lost sleep last night. Did you know that cockroaches can bite? It’s true! They love (ok, I’m anthropomorphizing with that word, purely for comedic literary effect) to eat human flesh, of the living and the dead. I know what you’re thinking. And no, I didn’t get bitten by a zombie cockroach last night. It was a commercial break on Hulu during Handmaid’s Tale (I’m too cheap to buy to the commercial free version), and I was doing what all humans do, checking social media. Well, through a series of about 7 Facebook clicks, I stumbled on a page about random cockroach facts. Those little fuckers are prone to eat flesh, fingernails, eyelashes, hands, feet, etc. Needles to say, I lost some some sleep because of this new knowledge. Anyhoo, here’s a photo of @eliiiijo .
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Doubt can be a bond as powerful and sustaining as certainty. When you are lost, you are not alone.


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"Piano Lady", Chelsea NYC. I was only able to process everything that was going on in this picture much later after taking it, proving once more that photography has a lot of instinctive and irrational. I love for example how the reflection of the fence looks like piano keys, that superimpose on the actual piano keys of the instrument inside the room. That is the detail that one cannot process in the moment, but can only somehow feel. Currently visible @aproofdc in Washington DC.


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Last night in Iceland #shotoniphone


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...You told me you can not be the owner of your writing. You can’t when something of yours become something of another you. Every thing is about finding things inside other things. We are that things. There was a time of endless conversations in which we telled eachother how much life sucks. It was before everything. Before me. Before you asked me to pay attention and to not hurt me. I didn’t. Before your real music. Before my first, second and third round of deliriums. Before disappearances e then our built lifes. Before we grew up and discover that knowing eachother is difficult. It was not easy. But we did. And I think it’s perfect what we are now. I should have told you since always. You are a victory, one of my best us. There are…
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Au fond de l'étang.


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Ma jedna popodnevna ☕️


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Emily 🎾


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Caged Bird •


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Packed with Muggles, of course.


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#TheFilmMaker

LOCATION ETHICS (3)
The LMAL Principle - A Its better to always discuss rather than argue about things on set. The former saves time, the latter wastes time, yet every second count on set.

This applies to everyone at the location including the director and its the best way to quickly get things done.

The Listen More, Argue Less principle (LMLC) is vital to ensuring everyone is on same page irrespective of the size of production team.
The director is charge and he knows what he want, its professional to hear his opinion first before bringing yours on board. You can never have a good relationship with a director you're always arguing with. With this established, your opinion also matter, be free to politely advise, this is why you've been hired. But remember, 'advise' not 'command'. As the production designer, if you believe it's not just good enough to have a portrait of MLK Jr in the room of that actor who is a reformist and want to spray a graffiti of Nelson Mandela at his bed side, explain to the director how that will help convey the message of the movie. Explain politely till he sees it, don't just throw it rudely, arguing things through.
A good director listens and can spot a brilliant advise/input.

As the head of any department, work with people who listen more than they argue. As the Art director, you seriously don't want to delay the shooting of a scene because your team couldn't agree on the colour to spray a bucket in the room.
Production is a team work, stakeholders must know how to quickly reconcile their differences and keep walking towards the common goal.

I hope this helps!

I shoot, I direct, I edit. Let's talk about your next projects.

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#TheFilmMaker

LOCATION ETHICS (1)
The MYB Principle

You will be seriously loved by your director and department head if you understand this.

Any serious production irrespective of the scale involves a lot of people in different department doing different things but working towards same goal. The first thing you should do is understand why you're at the location and what you're doing there.
This will help you know the department you belong to and what is expected from you. In other words, this will help you observe the MYB principle. MYB means 'Mind Your Business'. The effectiveness of each department is pivotal to the overall success of the production. If you are assisting the DOP, surely you're in the camera department. Don't leave your work and start looking into what goes on in the make up unit. It will be a disaster for you when your director is done briefing his actors only to discover there is a delay in rolling just because you forgot your boom mic stand at the resting point due to lack of focus.

Your lack of discipline and focus might have a negative multiplier effect. If the actors are wearing liquid special make up effects, it may dry up before you're finally set, if they need to cry and they are already in the mood, your delay can disrupt the flow. You will stress the actors, the make up unit, those with the lights, and delay everyone just because you couldn't mind your business.

MYB principle requires that you focus first on your unit before attending to others'. Are my gadgets set, extra batteries, sound check, extra lenses etc. Sort these things first before moving around. Always be locked and loaded. This is how Pros roll!

I hope this helps!

I shoot, I direct, I edit. Let's talk about your next projects.

#ksamfihouse #kayodesamuel

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