The Latest

They finally restock!!
May 23, 2014

They finally restock!!

May 19, 2014 / 27 notes

(via oplerek)

1337tattoos:

HEIKE EBERT

Unicorn
May 4, 2014 / 2,657 notes

1337tattoos:

HEIKE EBERT

Unicorn
May 2, 2014 / 2,310 notes

(via whitelovers)

belleos:

tahitea:

ohmonroe:

niick4:

In 1937 two women caused a car accident by wearing shorts in public for the first time

I vow to reblog this every time is shows up on my dash

love this


☆
Feb 1, 2014 / 717,411 notes

belleos:

tahitea:

ohmonroe:

niick4:

In 1937 two women caused a car accident by wearing shorts in public for the first time

I vow to reblog this every time is shows up on my dash

love this

(via attitud-e)

kalifornia-kussh:

Literally me


Omg that is so me
Jan 21, 2014 / 27,068 notes

kalifornia-kussh:

Literally me

Omg that is so me

(via classy-lovely)

THE HAIR AND CAP! CAN’T BE MORE PERFECT!!
Jan 18, 2014 / 15 notes

THE HAIR AND CAP! CAN’T BE MORE PERFECT!!

lol this is sooo mean
Jan 18, 2014 / 1 note

lol this is sooo mean

Definitely need one more tattoo!
Jan 18, 2014 / 2 notes

Definitely need one more tattoo!

Jan 15, 2014 / 87,503 notes
Jan 15, 2014 / 3,179 notes

instagram:

How I Shoot: Creating #swayingstructures with @renecharlesrichie

How I Shoot is a series where we ask Instagrammers to tell us about the set-up and process behind their photos and videos. For more from René Charles Ritchie’s series, explore the #swayingstructures hashtag and follow @renecharlesritchie on Instagram.

"The moment an iPhone landed in my hands, it was over. I was documenting everything," says Instagrammer René Charles Ritchie (@renecharlesritchie) from Portland, Oregon, who has always been passionate about capturing photos and videos.

One day, when he was out shooting and experimenting with his iPhone’s panorama feature, he ended up with an unexpected effect. “I was taking a vertical panorama photo of a building and didn’t keep the phone straight. The result turned out to be pretty cool.” The accidental tilt as René Charles moved his phone caused a distortion in his photo, making it seem as though the building was swaying or leaning to the side.

"My first couple posts got some really cool feedback," René Charles says. He started a hashtag for the effect, #swayingstructures, and loves seeing how it’s started to catch on in the community. “I actually think a lot of people are better than I am at the technique. I let a few people in on the secret of how to take a #swayingstructures photo and was blown away by their posts. Every time I see one coming through my feed, I get really excited.”

Want to try creating your own #swayingstructures photo? René Charles provides the following tips:

Device

iPhone 4S or above

Vantage Point

"It all depends on what angle you want to get. I usually like my structures to lean up into a vanishing point. To achieve this I stand maybe twenty feet in front of the building. (This often puts me in the middle of the street.)"

Shooting

"Once you’ve found the building you want to sway, you take a vertical panorama of it. So, instead of side to side, pan upwards. While you are panning upwards, you tilt your phone to the left or right to ‘sway’ the building. I find the best technique is to lock my arms and bend my body rather than just the phone. This helps to get smoother edges. It usually takes me about ten shots before I get one that looks natural."

Editing

"I usually use an app called Afterlight (iOS and Android). It has a pretty simple interface and I love the adjustable filters. If I am using a filter, I’ll use Russ, Coral or Lume—and then maybe a little vignette to help with the focal point. I’ve been finding lately, though, that less is more when editing a photo. So I’ll maybe just turn up the shadows 30%, if at all, before posting.”

Jan 15, 2014 / 59,004 notes

mollyea:


luxuryaccommodations
:

The Eagles View Suite - Finland

Spacious, luxurious and utterly unique, the Eagles View Suite at Iso Syote Hotel is a spectacular two-floor accommodation built around a growing tree. The outstanding design along with the topnotch amenities and stunning glass roof and walls that afford million dollar views of summer’s midnight sun and winter’s Northern Lights, make this space an exclusive, year-round oasis. However, Finland’s best ski boutique hotel in 2013 has much more to offer, including delightful traditional cottages, top-quality cuisine and an unparalleled choice of winter activities.

Website | TripAdvisor

Wowowow

Amazing

(via sweethomestyle)

The protean city
Jan 11, 2014 / 1 note

The protean city

Jan 11, 2014 / 3 notes
Mar 12, 2013 / 1,028 notes

(via ohanamei)