Veni. Vidi. Cepi.

I Came. I Saw. I Captured.

There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.

Ansel Adams

I’m wearing the new Henry t-shirt from CHUCK SIZE while I’m out and about photographing the scenes with my vintage Reflex Camera from Sari-Sari.
The Henry Shirt by CHUCK SIZE is available at this round of The Mens Dept and you get 10 amazing colors and prints in the fatpack (5 fatpack exclusives). This shirt is compatible with Jake (shown on me), Legacy, Gianni and Geralt male mesh bodies.

The Sari-Sari Reflex Camera takes us back to the old and awesome SLR cameras. My dad had them and I, in my youth, borrowed them all the time to run around snapping pictures. I paid for having the pictures developed myself out of my pocket money salary. The Reflex Camera by Sari-Sari contains bento hold poses, male and female versions and it looks amazing as an avatar accessory and a photo prop. Also in the pack you’ll also find a Drying Prints/Picture Hanger decor item. The Reflex Camera is available at Anthem this round.

  • CHUCK’S T-SHIRT HENRY @ TMD (through January 30)
  • Sari-Sari – Reflex Camera (bento) @ Anthem (through January 30)
  • Modulus – Lewis Hat & Hair
  • LeLUTKA hairbase and facial hair
  • !NFINITY Luca Choker
  • MINIMAL – Scene – November Group Gift 2019

There are so many people on the Second Life grid that are snapping pictures. They capture their lives, by themselves or with their SL family and friends. They travel around and capture landscapes and cityscapes and experiences. They work on blog pictures and advertisements and art projects. We’re all having fun taking pictures and the Second Life Flickr community gets filled with them. Some people feel they are entitled to judge what’s good and what’s bad photography and what’s good and what’s bad art. It’s all about personal taste, people, so be nice to each other or just mind your own business. For bloggers it’s a little bit different; it’s about whether or not a creator likes the way you blog or not. Even if YOU like their products, they might not like your style of blogging. Or they are simply looking at your number of followers. If you don’t get accepted as their blogger just move on, reapply later if you want to but there are so many creators out there and you’re guaranteed to find another brand you like that also likes your blog! Be nice to each other or just mind your own business.

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