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wldvrstr Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself - tolstoy • I've known Deen for almost a year now and a lot can be said about the man. Inspiring, driven and even intimidating at some times. But one aspect stands out for me and that is he is a grand friend to have in my life. Always motivating me to be a better man and inspiring me to produce more memorable photographs. I am truly humbled to call on you as my friend. • #BreadcrumbsSquad

wldvrstr Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself - tolstoy • I've known Deen for almost a year now and a lot can be said about the man. Inspiring, driven and even intimidating at some times. But one aspect stands out for me and that is he is a grand friend to have in my life. Always motivating me to be a better man and inspiring me to produce more memorable photographs. I am truly humbled to call on you as my friend. • #BreadcrumbsSquad

Pine Bluff Draws International attention due to its high crime rates. "Pine Bluff, AR might seem like any other struggling town in the United States.   But after soaring crime rates and the economic downturn, it has been dubbed the most dangerous little town in America.  Last year there were 18 murders alone in Pine Bluff, which has a population of just 49,000 - seven times the national average per capita. 2 people have already been killed this year and recent figures ranked it 2nd…

Why IS Pine Bluff America's most crime-ridden town? The small community that's second only to Detroit for law-breaking

Pine Bluff Draws International attention due to its high crime rates. "Pine Bluff, AR might seem like any other struggling town in the United States. But after soaring crime rates and the economic downturn, it has been dubbed the most dangerous little town in America. Last year there were 18 murders alone in Pine Bluff, which has a population of just 49,000 - seven times the national average per capita. 2 people have already been killed this year and recent figures ranked it 2nd…

The technique behind Martin Schoeller's photography...  "And that always fascinated me, the idea of taking portraits, in my case, that allow comparison, treating different people from different walks of life and backgrounds all the same. Photographing everybody technically the same. Therefore, building a democratic platform that allows comparison and invites comparison."

Q&A: The Technique Behind Martin Schoeller's Photography

The technique behind Martin Schoeller's photography... "And that always fascinated me, the idea of taking portraits, in my case, that allow comparison, treating different people from different walks of life and backgrounds all the same. Photographing everybody technically the same. Therefore, building a democratic platform that allows comparison and invites comparison."

Will Smith! I love it when guys take these close-up photos, with the hat to just set it off! Pure Gorgeousness!

The Kate Upton GQ Magazine GIF Collection

Will Smith! I love it when guys take these close-up photos, with the hat to just set it off! Pure Gorgeousness!

It is disturbing to see that my pain is so common, choirs of women echo it's truth.  Don't let fear rule your life.  Narcissistic sociopath relationship abuse

It is disturbing to see that my pain is so common, choirs of women echo it's truth. Don't let fear rule your life. Narcissistic sociopath relationship abuse

Both faces| hidden view between door| close up...thanks for the inspiration Donald

Both faces| hidden view between door| close up...thanks for the inspiration Donald

I'm trying to capture a sense of the mysterious, threatening and unpredictable nature of wolves in general, and this wolf in particular.  I'm not sure which photo orientation is more effective in achieving this, the portrait view in this shot or the landscape view in the following shot, or which crop is better - the wider shot here or the close-up in the next photo. Which photo do you think does the job better - it's suppose to scare you or at least make you uncomfortable? What do you…

I'm trying to capture a sense of the mysterious, threatening and unpredictable nature of wolves in general, and this wolf in particular. I'm not sure which photo orientation is more effective in achieving this, the portrait view in this shot or the landscape view in the following shot, or which crop is better - the wider shot here or the close-up in the next photo. Which photo do you think does the job better - it's suppose to scare you or at least make you uncomfortable? What do you…

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