Overdone Hipster

Hipster, I am not, but these photographs just screamed the necessity of overdone VSCO filters.

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It seems like autumn didn’t last very long. As soon as the leaves began to turn colours they dropped out of the trees and seemed to crumble away, their energy sucked back into the earth for a season of sleep.

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While I lament the loss of my favourite season, I am excited for what it brings. Winter comes, Christmas comes, and the cozy season begins. Long sweaters, long pants, and dark colours make life seem far more enjoyable.

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This ‘athletic’ sweater in grey by Asos is an essential piece. It works wonderfully alone in this in-between weather, and layered beneath a jacket for when the temperatures begins to dip.

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Unlike the past few days, Daniela finally decided to grace me with her presence and photograph this post. The self-timer life is a finicky one, and while I respect it I am glad to part ways for a while.

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I am always a fan of how VSCO Cam handles film grain. While I use is sparingly, it adds a certain dimension to photographs. Speaking of VSCO, I am still anxiously hoping for a Mac app which would greatly speed up my workflow. Photographs are taken on my camera, imported to my Mac, edited, exported to my Dropbox, downloaded on my iPhone, edited with VSCO filters, then exported, uploaded, downloaded, imported, exported, then finally uploaded to WordPress.

I cry, but my tears are not heard.

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