- Third Place in Create Your Happiness Challenge
Learning Magic One Frame at a Time
The Beginning Growing up in the 90s, I'd often hear adults talk about all the harmful consequences of television. They argued that apart from exposing kids to obscene content, tv also caused all sorts of adverse psychological effects on young minds.
I Wanna RRRiot! Playlist
Most people used to detest punk rock because they found it too loud, too aggressive, and too confrontational. But to the kids like me that it managed to convert, punk became an unlikely conduit that exposed them to viewpoints they would never have encountered otherwise.
The Ultimate Thrift Store Gems for The 90s Kids
For me, walking into a thrift store feels like visiting a museum. Seeing all the items displayed on the shelves always triggers both curiosity and nostalgia.
How It Feels to Be A Foreigner In A Japanese Bathhouse
I emerged from the subway station in Ueno with a throbbing headache. Desperate for a nap, I asked around for a cheap hotel. A group of Japanese teenagers was kind enough to lead me to a building that I wouldn't have guessed was a hotel. They told me it was nice and cheap, and that was what I needed. I waved goodbye to them and headed inside.
The Modern Movie Lover's Guide to Black and White Movies
Black and white movies can be pretty challenging for the uninitiated to enjoy. They're old, devoid of color, and the characters sometimes talk funny. But don't let those factors detract you as classic films are also some of the most entertaining to watch. Oh, and did I tell you they're also rich in cinema history?
- First Place in Before and After Challenge
Want to Make Objects Float in Your Photos? Here's What You Need to Do!
Many photographers shy away from taking photos of floating objects because they think it's too challenging--especially if they don't consider themselves Photoshop wizards. But the truth is that the concept behind "levitation" photography is quite simple and requires minimal editing skills.
Only an amateur would stick around the scene after finishing the job. I should know after being in this career--if you could call it that--for almost two decades.