Ah, I think you are referring to the Gary Breckheimer photos.
Gary is really good at taking nude photos in one of the most populated places on the planet. He knows how to look out for people who are nearby and for specific people that he wants to avoid completely (cops and kids)
I’m not going to spill all his secrets, but he also knows when the best time to go is, when the streets of Manhattan will be the least populated.
And of course, we shot quickly, so that any people who did see us wouldn’t have the opportunity to do anything about it because we’d be long gone by the time they got in contact with the police.
And pleeeeeenty of people saw me naked in Manhattan, haha.
You guys should check out his site: http://www.garybreckheimer.com
Ah thank you for asking!
I got my raw scores right after the test for the verbal and quantitative reasoning. I won’t get my essay scores for another couple of days.
For the verbal, I got 163 (They grade on a 130-170 scale), and when I looked that up on the website that correspondeds to being in the 91 percentile.
For the Quantitative Reasoning, I got 145, which is equal to 22 percentile. Haha, I’m hoping that schools don’t pay as much attention to the math scores like I’ve been told. ( For my major anyway)
Nah its okay.
I dunno…I definitely like being given a good amount of freedom to improvise and just kinda go with whatever comes into my mind. I think I’m pretty good at it. Of course not every pose is going to be a winner, but I think I’ve gotten a lot of good shots from this method.
But I also like suggestions from photographers as well, because sometimes they can have great ideas that I wouldn’t have thought of.
Sometimes too much direction (like if a photographer is telling me how to pose for the whole shoot) can be aggravating, but it really depends on the shoot. Sometimes I don’t mind it, it really depends on the photographer and if they give me any range to improvise from a pose that they originally directed me into.
1. Their work has to be really, really, really good. Regardless of what genre they shoot or how they shoot. I could care less about their equipment or methods. It’s all about how the finished image comes out.
2. Usually in addition to being really good, they have to offer something at least a little bit different from all the other “good” photographers out there. I can get a good clean headshot or a good artsy nude shot from a bunch of people. But who is going to give me a headshot or a art nude shot that is really going to make people go “Wow, gee whiz!”? Only like 0.01% of photographers out there.
Sled! Its so much fun.
Building a snowman or a snow cave can be fun too, but thats too much cold. I’d rather fly over it like a layered up otter on a frozen lake.
The claim that a company like McDonald’s can’t afford to pay wages over the minimum is absolutely insulting when you compare the salary of its CEO to one of its crew members.
I worked at a McDonald’s in New York over the summer and did a little math while I was there. In 2011, former McDonald’s CEO James Skinner made $8.75 million with compensation, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. In comparison, crew members made $7.25 an hour, for about $15,000 a year, if they stayed at the job year-round.
If you take Skinner’s total salary in 2011 and assume that he worked 40-hour week, he would have made $4,200 an hour. In one hour, he made 580 times more than the average McDonald’s worker. James Skinner made $33,600 a day, which is twice the salary tht a McDonald’s crew member makes in a year of full-time work.
Looking at it another way, the average worker would have to work for almost 600 years to make the salary that Skinner made in 2011. In one year, Skinner makes more than I could make in at least six lifetimes."