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  • Sony A7Riii + Sigma MC-11 & Canon 35-350mm f/3.5-5.6 L usm
Photo by @cameragearlust
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  • Sony A7Riii + Sigma MC-11 & Canon 35-350mm f/3.5-5.6 L usm
    Photo by @cameragearlust
    —————————————————————
    We are now selling Camera Top Handle! Click the link in our bio to get one! www.cameraframesshop.com
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  • Keir Dullea and Stanley Kubrick on the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
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Director - Stanley Kubrick
Director of Photography - John Alcott and Geoffrey Unsworth
  • Keir Dullea and Stanley Kubrick on the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968).
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    Director - Stanley Kubrick
    Director of Photography - John Alcott and Geoffrey Unsworth
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  • “The world around me changed once i looked past what it was and began to see what it could be.”
  • “The world around me changed once i looked past what it was and began to see what it could be.”
  • 6 1 2 minutes ago
  • В Сети появился первый трейлер комедии "Рискованное дело" с Шарлиз Терон и Сетом Рогеном  в главных ролях🎬. Режиссером ленты выступил Джонатан Ливайн🎥. Мировая премьера фильма намечена на 3 мая 2019-го✔️. #longshot#charlizetheron #sethrogen #cinematography #worldpremiere #comedylover
  • В Сети появился первый трейлер комедии "Рискованное дело" с Шарлиз Терон и Сетом Рогеном в главных ролях🎬. Режиссером ленты выступил Джонатан Ливайн🎥. Мировая премьера фильма намечена на 3 мая 2019-го✔️. #longshot #charlizetheron #sethrogen #cinematography #worldpremiere #comedylover
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  • Money has been a fabricated way to suggest one's worth. It is aimed at creating a divided class system. My question: If we all had no money and the system was based on skills, trade,  training, etc...Would you be happy in what you posess? Would you be able to offer up your skills to one other as an exchange to help them be better and or fill one another's needs? ( think barter and trade, or charity) So, I just wanna say this....Do what you love, and as long as you are comfortable creating your dream life; forget what the naysayers say. Eat with family, dance with loved ones, sleep with peace and you will be richer than you ever imagined.  Xoxo Shar Bothe💫
  • Money has been a fabricated way to suggest one's worth. It is aimed at creating a divided class system. My question: If we all had no money and the system was based on skills, trade, training, etc...Would you be happy in what you posess? Would you be able to offer up your skills to one other as an exchange to help them be better and or fill one another's needs? ( think barter and trade, or charity) So, I just wanna say this....Do what you love, and as long as you are comfortable creating your dream life; forget what the naysayers say. Eat with family, dance with loved ones, sleep with peace and you will be richer than you ever imagined. Xoxo Shar Bothe💫
  • 8 1 4 minutes ago
  • Money has been a fabricated way to suggest one's worth. It is aimed at creating a divided class system. My question: If we all had no money and the system was based on skills, trade,  training, etc...Would you be happy in what you posess? Would you be able to offer up your skills to one other as an exchange to help them be better and or fill one another's needs? ( think barter and trade, or charity) So, I just wanna say this....Do what you love, and as long as you are comfortable creating your dream life; forget what the naysayers say. Eat with family, dance with loved ones, sleep with peace and you will be richer than you ever imagined.  Xoxo Shar Bothe💫
  • Money has been a fabricated way to suggest one's worth. It is aimed at creating a divided class system. My question: If we all had no money and the system was based on skills, trade, training, etc...Would you be happy in what you posess? Would you be able to offer up your skills to one other as an exchange to help them be better and or fill one another's needs? ( think barter and trade, or charity) So, I just wanna say this....Do what you love, and as long as you are comfortable creating your dream life; forget what the naysayers say. Eat with family, dance with loved ones, sleep with peace and you will be richer than you ever imagined. Xoxo Shar Bothe💫
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  • Alita: Battle Angel is truly one of the biggest surprises I've ever seen in cinema. I had pretty low expectations from the first trailer of the movie and felt that way all the way until I saw some reviews by trusted sources and an audience score of 92%, that's when I decided I'd see it in theaters. The movies visuals are absolutely beautiful and breathtaking, best thing the movie had going for it. The cinematography and cgi were absolutely stunning. The character design was so so creative and different. Relationships in the movie were very good, emotional, and believable at least between Alita and the one and only (Christoph Waltz)'s character, Dr. Ido. The world building in this movie is absolutely phenomenal and gives a real feel of what it would be like to be there. The fight scenes were great and choreographed very very well. The movie has a sport called "Motorball" and is literally one of the coolest, intense, and most breathtaking things I've seen, it's pretty much on par with the race from Ready Player One. The acting was pretty good from everyone except maybe a few actors (who I never really liked anyways). Also had some good twists. Now for the few complaints I do have...the movie does have a lot of wasted potential with great actors and actresses like Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, and Lana Condor. The Villains were all pretty weak in this movie, however the movies sequel will likely involve the villain alot more. There was one villain I enjoyed however who was played by Ed Skrein (mostly known for his role of Ajax/Francis in Deadpool). Also some pretty crappy dialogue, but theres not too much of it. Those are really my only complaints for this movie, overall...to a very big surprise...I'm giving this a 90%!
Huge props to Director Robert Rodriguez and Producer James Cemeron! They clearly had a love for the source material and it shows. Thank you to a special someone for seeing it with me💜

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  • Alita: Battle Angel is truly one of the biggest surprises I've ever seen in cinema. I had pretty low expectations from the first trailer of the movie and felt that way all the way until I saw some reviews by trusted sources and an audience score of 92%, that's when I decided I'd see it in theaters. The movies visuals are absolutely beautiful and breathtaking, best thing the movie had going for it. The cinematography and cgi were absolutely stunning. The character design was so so creative and different. Relationships in the movie were very good, emotional, and believable at least between Alita and the one and only (Christoph Waltz)'s character, Dr. Ido. The world building in this movie is absolutely phenomenal and gives a real feel of what it would be like to be there. The fight scenes were great and choreographed very very well. The movie has a sport called "Motorball" and is literally one of the coolest, intense, and most breathtaking things I've seen, it's pretty much on par with the race from Ready Player One. The acting was pretty good from everyone except maybe a few actors (who I never really liked anyways). Also had some good twists. Now for the few complaints I do have...the movie does have a lot of wasted potential with great actors and actresses like Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, and Lana Condor. The Villains were all pretty weak in this movie, however the movies sequel will likely involve the villain alot more. There was one villain I enjoyed however who was played by Ed Skrein (mostly known for his role of Ajax/Francis in Deadpool). Also some pretty crappy dialogue, but theres not too much of it. Those are really my only complaints for this movie, overall...to a very big surprise...I'm giving this a 90%!
    Huge props to Director Robert Rodriguez and Producer James Cemeron! They clearly had a love for the source material and it shows. Thank you to a special someone for seeing it with me💜

    #movie #moviereview #film #filmreview #filmbuff #review #movies #popcorn #rate #hashtag #instagram #netflix #hulu #universal #disney #pixar #warnerbrothers #marvel #dc #amblin #cinema #cinematography #bingewatch #tv #flicks #imdb #rottentomatoes
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  • Reflection eternal
  • Reflection eternal
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