Photographing Stories

Photographing Stories I'm 18. I'm a student at The American University planning on studying journalism and media arts. I want to be a photojournalist and tell stories with my photos. I want to expose the things that are wrong in the world and shock the people with my work. That's who I consider myself to be. Someone who wants to show what's wrong in the world.

Reblogged from photojojo

photojojo:

Skeletons in the Closet is a photo series shot entirely in the basement of the Natural History Museum in Vienna.

Photographer Klaus Pichler cleverly captures the museum storage as if it were an actual exhibit. 

What Goes On In a Museum’s Basement?

via Ignant

everyone listen to this. If over 1 million people stream it Spotify will unlock the entire Pink Floyd collection for us

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The things I would do for some weed right now…

REBLOG IF I CAN WRITE TO YOU AND SIMPLY START A FRIENDSHIP

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healthyorganicgirl:

Always!

~*~ Follow for the best Fitspiration ~*~

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captainwheels:

ofmiceandbren:

stayshie:

hornbread:

itisneverlupus:

neither:

1800psychedelic:

‘Why would you want tattoos and crap they’re gonna look gross when you’re older’

damn punk since 1950

I really don’t think you understand the amount of would right now.

Always reblogging this old ass, dapper motherfuck.

Miles Better has to be the most handsome older man I’ve seen.

;jehfhsejdlkj;s;jkjfdjsdkjf;kld UGH????????

i want to show my dad this so that he can understand tHAT TATTOOS WILL STILL LOOK AMAZING EVEN WHEN YOU ARE OLDER.

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captainwheels:

ofmiceandbren:

stayshie:

hornbread:

itisneverlupus:

neither:

1800psychedelic:

‘Why would you want tattoos and crap they’re gonna look gross when you’re older’

damn punk since 1950

I really don’t think you understand the amount of would right now.

Always reblogging this old ass, dapper motherfuck.

Miles Better has to be the most handsome older man I’ve seen.

;jehfhsejdlkj;s;jkjfdjsdkjf;kld UGH????????

i want to show my dad this so that he can understand tHAT TATTOOS WILL STILL LOOK AMAZING EVEN WHEN YOU ARE OLDER.

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somelikeith0tt:

Favorite lines [in no particular order] 3/??

Ash Williams

BRUUUUUUUCE

intothecut:

The Empire Strikes Back Poster

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intothecut:

The Empire Strikes Back Poster

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crfashionbook:

PUNK’D
Before unveiling a new album Random Access Memories, their first in eight years, on May 21, Daft Punk sits down for an interview with Sky Ferreira
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crfashionbook:

PUNK’D

Before unveiling a new album Random Access Memories, their first in eight years, on May 21, Daft Punk sits down for an interview with Sky Ferreira

Read More

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smallworldofbigal:

subspacebaby:

I am seriously outraged right now. I went into school today and was sent to the principal’s office not even 5 minutes inside the building. I was asked if I had any other clothes with me to which I responded I did not and was told I would NOT be sent to my classes if I didn’t call someone to come bring me clothes. 

I refused.

I told her that my mother is the only one who lives with me and that she was at work and could not come bring me clothes.

To which she responded

“Well I’m not sending you to your classes like that, you can come into my office and do some work but unless we get a parental figure to come bring you clothes you will not be going to class, it’s too much of a distraction and offensive to your fellow students.”

excuse me but what is so offensive about my shorts. I have worn this outfit numerous times during the school year, and only now that it has started to get nice outside have they been stricter on what the girls in this high school wear.

DO YOU KNOW HOW HOW IT FUCKING IS OUTSIDE.

The office called my mom and told her that “my way of dressing could be offensive or distracting to the students and most importantly, the teachers.” 

I’m a junior in high school, but just because i’m a junior does NOT MEAN I WILL STAND FOR YOUR BULLSHIT SLUT-SHAMING AND SEXIST DRESS CODE.

Instead of telling the girls to feel victimized and shamed for what they wear, like tell your shitty staff to stop being such perverts and to look away and seriously, if they have such issues with my clothing that they can’t help themselves then why are you allowed to be a teacher in the first place.

My body is not something to be ashamed of, and I will not “change” to fit into your shit society of misogynistic ideals.

I will. wear. what. I choose.

here’s what I think about your shit dress code:

Your story reminds me of this other Feminism Post where a young woman held up a sign saying “I need feminism because people (actually I think she listed specifically men) can wear shirts that say “Cool Story Babe, now make me a Sandwich” but I’M the one who gets in trouble for wearing spaghetti straps.”

Yeah, it’s fucking horseshit, and it’s why I am SOOOOO glad I don’t have to put up with fucking school anymore.

can I just say, the same would happen to a guy wearing short shorts.  If I were to walk into school in short shorts I would probably be asked to change too. Granted, it would be for a different reason, but the fact remains that I would be asked to change.  Also, as a guy, I can say that I have been distracted by girls in revealing clothing many times. Not because I think to myself ‘hey, she’s showing a lot of skin I’m going to let that distract me’ but because we guys are biologically programmed to notice women, especially attractive women. If a girl walks in wearing short shorts or a tank top, every guy in the room will notice. I’m not saying that it’s right that you were asked to change, I’m just saying that the argument that clothing can be distracting is completely true.  

On a side note, since I might get bashed on for this, I am entirely for gender equality. I believe men and women are inherently equal and that society is sexist and that we need to change that.  But refusing to change clothes is not going to change that.  If we want to change how sexist our society is, we need to be progressive and fight about the important issues, issues like wage equality, pro-choice, and things like that. Not whether or not you can wear short shorts to school.