Sunday hangover.

imageThe new week is coming, which I’m not really ready for. But I am ready for a new month,and I hope it will be a good one. I just want to forget about this August as fast as possible.
PS. Finished Life is Strange episode 4 today, and it was a SHOCKER. Gonna upload some cool screens later.
Peace out!
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I live,I die, I LIVE AGAIN!

I will start with the most awesome article/review of a movie I have ever read in my life!

” Every once in a while a movie comes along that makes almost every other movie that came out before it look like a stupid, dumpy piece of shit that was a total waste of time. Mad Max: Fury Road is one such movie. If I was a director in Hollywood right now, I’d be committing suicide because the contest is over. You not only lost by not making this movie, you came in dead last with every other idiot director who decided to make any movie that wasn’t this. Put a noose around your neck, drown your children in a river and write your suicide note because there’s no point in trying anymore. Better yet, skip the note because I’ll be too busy watching this movie to read it. Goodbye, loser.  ”
Go check the full article here,it’s worth reading : Mad Max: The only review you need to read for the only movie you need to watch.

Hideo Kojima and George Miller just because!
If you haven’t seen it yet, you better go do it NOW. Two hours of pure adrenaline rush!!!
What a day.What a lovely day!
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Interview with famous Japanese photographer and original “X-Photographer” Yukio Uchida

Great article! Check it out.

The Fujifilm Blog

Over the last few years, Fujifilm has invited professional photographers from around the world to meet with the product planning and R&D teams to discuss current and future products. Names you may or may not have heard of such as Zack Arias, David Hobby, Bert Stephani, Kevin Mullins, Gianluca Colla, Tomasz Lazar, Damien Lovegrove, Knut Koivisto, Chris Weston and more have all given their feedback and input into the “kai-zen” development mentality of the Fujifilm X system.

However, this process has actually been going on for longer than that.

Earlier in the year I was lucky enough to meet with Yukio Uchida, a famous professional photographer from Japan who had been speaking about Fujifilm cameras at the CP+ show in Yokohama. Yukio was one of the world’s first “X-Photographers”; his feedback has been instrumental in the development of the Fujifilm X system. I was able to get 10 minutes of his…

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