New York-based brand, House of 950 features incredible graphics on its button-downs like this haunting portrait print.
This was the result of a very hot weekend in Rome. I think it’s pretty impossible to capture the beauty of Rome without the use of wide-angle or panoramic functions, and for that I thank my trusty iPhone 5 for doing a very impressive job.
And also, CrossProcess is the perfect application to run the panoramic shots through. Never have I experienced such beautiful photos taken with my iPhone before.
And thank the sun! The sky is impossibly blue, not a single cloud in the sky. When the sun sets, it casts a super golden hue on every building in Rome, as if they don’t look sun-drenched enough already with their warm yellowy concrete walls and summery flora all around. On that note, I visited the Colosseum at sunset, it looked really majestic. Golden because of the sun, and it is contrasted beautifully against the blue sky. Although in truth, it really looked its age when I visited it again the next day during noon. (See third photo)
More photos from Rome in my next post.
Tunic by Zara / Sunglasses by The Blackground
The first half of 2013 haven’t been exactly exciting. I struggle to keep myself occupied with doing the things I love, but I haven’t really succeeded.
A few weeks ago on a hot May Sunday, a friend and I hoisted a suitcase of clothes and accessories and went location scouting for a series of photoshoots and videos that we are planning to make in July. The resulting photos are not particularly the best, but it does rev up our creative spirit.
Photos by Kendrick