Foster The People

Last Wednesday I went to a Foster The People show!

It was more than great, because inicially I didn't have money so I was not even thinking about going to the show but a friend of mine found out where their hotel was and went there to meet them, then asked for a show ticket for her and for me and one of the guys put us on the bands list! So basically I went to the show for free! It was glorious. Early in the afternoon at the show's day I went to their hotel and got the chance to take pictures with Mark Foster and Mark Pontius, it was fun :)

I didn't take pictures myself because I really wanted to enjoy the show, I was pretty much in front of the stage and could see everything. The venue it happened is called 'Circo Voador', that roughly can be translated to 'the flying circus', hahaha.

 But anyway, one of the best moments were when Mark Foster in the middle of Pumped Up Kicks ran to the second flor of the venue and jumped in the crownd: the only problem of doing this in Brazil is that we are probably not going to carry you  so that you can go onstage anymore, we're probably just going to grab you and try to hold you and all...well that's what happened. I din't even get near here there was too much people. lol

At the end I got a pick, my part of the ticket was all ruined because I kept it in my pocket the whole time and I probably lost 1kg because I sweat like I have never had before. All the pictures I posted are from I Hate Flash, (and yes, I'm in them, you just have to look a little more to find me, hahaha)  a really cool site that takes pictures of parties and shows here in Rio.

That's it!
Take Care, guys! :)



This semester am taking an analogic photograpy class in college and last week we developed our first film, that was more of a test because the focus of this class is Black&White pictures, and this one was just for us feel how was to work with an analogic camera.

I really like the excitment I got after taking all the picture because I didn't know how they had come out. It's really a nice feeling when you get the pictures developed and see the results.
Here I'll post the ones I really liked.

The film I used was a Kodak ColorPlus ISO 200 and the camera was a Nikon N80 with a 60mm. And the pictures were all taken in my campus.
Take Care, guys!


After 3 Months: POST 2

So here you have the second part of my vacation, plus a picture from the first week already in college (in the first week whe always do some sort of 'welcome' week to the new freshmen and we have this picnic at the end of the week). This bunch is just a few pictures, the first 2 pictures are from a place in Campo Grande where whe can see this really awesome sunset and the rest is more focused on my trip back to Rio, because I didn't even take that much pics in the first place because I was all about enjoying myself more, so almost everytime I didn't remember taking pictures or taking my camera with me somewhere.
And for those in the last post asked me if I really did the cover of my notebook, yes I did! hahaha, it's really easy actually, nothing that hot glue can't help you :)

That's it for now, guys!
Take Care! :)