All three of these lace look the same pretty much right?
Well all three work totally different however.. The first on The top left is a standard, factory lace referred to as
It's used in Most affordable mass produced lace pieces,, Although it is highly durable, and a great material for the back crown, and nape areas of your #lacewig#foundation#material it is the LEAST undetectable of the three. It's thicker and firmer in texture and usually has a "softening coating" on it which softens the material but prevents any further toning so your stuck with whatever shade of lace u have... Top Right:
#swisslace is The Ideal #lace for the everyday wearer,,, it can be #toned , and strategically #ventilated to become virtually as undetectable to the Human eye as Need be especially in certain lighting, and angles,, It is a mixture of delicate and durable, and can be toned to match any skin tone.. The Bottom Lace:
#filmlace ,, is extremely fine lace material , thus taking on the name "Air Lace" or "High Def lace" , it is the Special material ideally for the lenses of very "High Definition" #cameras of #film ,and #television ,, just as delicate to work with as it is to upkeep once the front edge has been sheared off the #hairline And even tho It is still sought out yet and still for most high budged filming productions, where the look on Camera is much more important than the durability of a #lacefrontwig ..
:Poor durability,, however ultimate #undetectable Ness in conjunction with masterful #ventilation and toning ..
A HISTÓRIA POR TRÁS DAS FOTOGRAFIAS FAMOSAS: TELA DO WINDOWS XP
São diversas as fotos históricas desde que a fotografia tornou-se uma forma de arte e comunicação acessível. Mas, qual a verdadeira história das fotografias mais famosas dos últimos cem anos? Afinal, por trás de cada clique, sempre há uma história a ser contada. Por isso, vamos desvendar os acontecimentos que envolvem o momento decisivo de cada clique na série “A história por trás das fotografias famosas”. Hoje vamos falar de uma foto muito famosa que circulou o mundo inteiro, literalmente: a da tela do Windows XP. Sim, ela é real e foi capturada pelo fotógrafo americano Charles O’Rear, em 1996.
Na época, Charles namorava uma mulher chamada Daphane e foi até à Califórnia, em uma região com muitas vinícolas, para vê-la. Era janeiro, um mês chuvoso naquela parte dos Estados Unidos. Segundo o fotógrafo, uma tempestade parecia se aproximar, mas logo e foi embora e nuvens brancas chegaram o que provocou um lindo contraste com a grama verde brilhante do campo.
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It doesn't look nearly as good when you are shooting video with your phone of video you took on a professional cinema camera... in any case I'm enjoying being able to play with this type of photography. Learning a lot and slowly getting better. If @shoeihelmetsusa gave me a chance I could make them a great commercial!
I have plenty of #vintage#cameras laying around, perhaps I should shoot something along these lines? Who wants to play?
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Cameras for all: can you help?
This image isn't one of mine but I'm sharing it because I love it & the story behind it is so important.
Today, I organised a photography workshop with a charity supporting refugees in Manchester. We borrowed cameras to make sure each person had what they needed to fully participate. I was blown away by everyone's energy, creativity & enthusiasm, especially those who lacked confidence at the beginning.
Photography is an art form, a means of expression & it should be accessible for all. I'd LOVE to be able to help the charity by donating old cameras so they can continue to run these sessions with the equipment they need.
If you have any pre-loved cameras you don't need/want anymore & you'd like them to go to a good home where they will make a difference, please get in touch with me. All/any cameras welcome. Please share & spread the word! (This image was my favourite from today, featuring two portraits by two participants, printed over one another. It was an accident but what a beautiful accident it was!)