Hello and welcome to another installment of Instagram Wednesday and what I think. Hey, how's that disposable camera shooting going?
I must tell you, because if I add in some self-deprication you might feel better about everything.
I just got back images from 3 trashcams and I have to tell you!
I was right! It is scary!
I am feeling humble. But that trash cam will not beat me down!
So, keep posting your images via instagram to #littlebellows_trashcam !
I'll be putting mine up too.
And remember, only a few weeks to go and then part duex of Christina's Trash Cam Campaign airs!
Congratulations to todays featured photographers! I'm loving the moodiness of todays work!
Eyes for days.
I find her beautiful and I love love love half face images.
This girl has it going on and so does her photographer, who I might add used film.
A brilliant coming of age portrait.
I've been looking at a lot of 15th century Dutch masters lately, namely Vermeer and this is so Vermeer does 2015 and with a camera.
From the left window light to the color scheme.
(P.S. Check out Vermeer's 'Woman with Water Jug' for comparison).
I say this all the time but I love images of people in nature, especially among green grass, in black and white.
This is a classic and timeless frolic with beautiful back light and glare.
I want to wear fabric made of this image.
I love the detail and I love the abstraction of the everyday, although this plant is seriously not everyday, but you get what I'm saying.
Green, Emerald Green!
I can't tell is she thinks I'm a dumb dumb or if she's looking right through me but I think she's lovely.
I love the lush green behind her and then her vintagey-puffy-sleeves dress.
And I would be remiss in not mentioning her hair and her amazing freckles.
Easily my favorite cat photograph of this week.
I love the styling and the color here.
Cats rule the world and the internet would not exist without them and so please take this moment and thank these cats for making this post possible.
This portrait blows me away.
She reminds me of a cross between the Mona Lisa and a Byzantine Madonna painting.
The plate over her head reminds me of the halos above the heads in those old paintings.
She's confident and humble.
She knows a lot.
She's also seen a lot today but unlike me, she's calm and peaceful.