I've been doing other stuff, one of which appreciating other photographers and there photography's. I'm using the website Magnum for that, also Flickr. I recently fond a photographer that I like very much, his name is Bruce Gilden, an interesting character for some, annoying for others. Here's some of his work:

"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned."

Murad Osmann.

I wrote a long piece on this photographer and his wife but accidentally erased it

Setsuko Hara is my co-pilot
One of my favourites is Nobuyoshi Araki, but a lot of his work is too kinky to post here.

EDIT: There are some SFW ones, too!

In the strictest sense lesbians can't have sex at all period.

You ready? You look ready.
Just a few of my favorites when I used to own a DSLR. I mainly took pictures for the band Dirty Rumors, but I lost most of my originals shots. I had a couple hundred at one point. I also took nature photos, too. Mostly just for practice.

DSC_5015 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5616 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_0714.NEF by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5520-3 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5546-2 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5554 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5616 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5451 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5426 by msbluekoala, on Flickr

DSC_5445 by msbluekoala, on Flickr
Halcyon days are not a thing
Nostalgia is no excuse for stupidity
I don't believe in golden ages
Or presidents that put kids in cages
America awaits on bended knee
Bad Religion

You ready? You look ready.

I setup my tripod on the riverbed. I went with a group of photographers to a local spot, and I was the only one dare-devilish enough to carry $1k+ worth of equipment that close to the water.

I’m either daring or stupid

A system of cells interlinked
I’m either daring or stupid
Or the person getting the best shot.
"There’s absolutely no doubt you can be slightly better tomorrow than you are today." - JBP

Today I was watching this interview of Wim Wenders, one of the best interviews I've seen.
He talked about how he started painting, also photography and obviously motion pictures.
All were interests to me, especially the part about respecting the human, the field of vision.
I have a similar perspective about understanding the frame and respecting what we're seeing.

Posting my first pictures, finally, no editing, manual mode. All taken an hour ago, when I got home from work; just stuff I saw around the house, testing the camera. I'm now learning composition from a YouTube channel called The Art of Photography; I'm liking the guy very much, he talks a lot, but that's okay, I prefer it that way when I'm really interested in something, I can notice he likes what is talking about, not just the typical guy wanting to take a beautiful picture and post on Instagram, he knows the history of each technique, who invented it and who made it popular, the guy thinks of photography artistically, don't see much of these people spending time trying to teach other people.

Nice photos. I started photography as a hobby two and a half years ago. I also look at techniques on YouTube and read on the subject.