“[to Harold] No one wants to die Harold, unfortunately we do. Harold, Harold listen to me. Harold, you will die, some day, some time; heart failure at the bank, choke on a mint. Some long drawn-out disease you’ve contracted on vacation, you will die. You will absolutely die. Even if you avoid this death, another will find you. And I guarantee, that it won’t be nearly as poetic or as meaningful as what she’s written. I’m sorry but it’s…it’s the nature of all tragedies Harold. The hero dies, and the story goes on forever.”—Stranger than Fiction (2006)
“If/when people take your delusion of grandeur too seriously, they are either stupid, or your enemy or suffer from the same illness. Positive support comes in different packaging.”—me, myself & Wolf189
Your work is amazing! You are the one that has inspired me to try and become an art nude model. My modeling isn't that amazing right now, but thanks to you I've been trying to push myself further and purse my own ideas. Keept up the good work!
Thank you very much.
I hope you are getting enjoyment out of your experiences.
Working on photos, while “The Godfather" is running in the back ground ….it makes me miss Marlon Brando (& great acting in general), classic compositions & cinematography, clever & precise editing, wonderful writing, good cinema and that juncture that cinema could turn into a visual literature ….
Michael: My father is no different than any powerful man, any man with power, like a president or senator. Kay Adams: Do you know how naive you sound, Michael? Presidents and senators don’t have men killed. Michael: Oh. Who’s being naive, Kay?
[to Rocco who has killed Paulie in the car] Peter Clemenza: Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
******* Michael: [to the Don, quietly] Just lie here, Pop. I’ll take care of you now. I’m with you now. I’m with you. [he takes the Don’s hand and kisses it, the Don begins to cry]
“ Wolf’s deep awe and appreciation for the beauty of women is shown as a constant through out his work. One only needs to look at the ease of the models to get an appreciation of the style of Wolf”—NUDE Magazine (spring 2008) on Wolf189 (http://wolf189.com)
… it is usually better to start the conversation with some type of greetings, a basic introduction of yourself and then asking your question without having a self entitlement tone…
This is just a friendly suggestion…
On this note… I have 75+ of these questions in my inbox which I can’t respond to, mostly because they don’t even make sense….
" How and where do you get these clients? I want to start building up my portfolio with pictures"
This is the whole message from this follower …while I try to be helpful to people as much as possible, I don’t know who she is, how old is she, where is she located, what is her experience, what kind of photography she is doing or would like to do etc. etc.
…by the way this has little to do with photography … it mostly has something to do with basic communication skills …..
I thought this might be helpful for few people out there…. remember you are in charge of what you are typing/saying and nobody else … so why not trying to start a communication with due respect to yourself and others?
“It’s easier to lose yourself in drugs than it is to cope with life. It’s easier to steal what you want than it is to earn it. It’s easier to beat a child than it is to raise it. Hell, love costs: it takes effort and work.”— Se7en (1995)