R.I.P.D. RF shots of filming the summer blockbuster in Boston

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Available from Dreamstime from photographer Edward M. Fielding – photographs of the upcoming summer film R.I.P.D. shot on location in downtown Boston:

http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-images-location-film-crew-making-movie-image24578214

http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photo-movie-film-crew-location-image21618695

http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photo-film-crew-filming-movie-location-image24578095

Winter Minimalism

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Wind blown snow, an electric cattle fence, a fence post and a blue sky make up this minimalism winter landscape by photographer Edward M. Fielding.

This scene takes place at the farm next door. I walk my dog by this nearly every single day, on this one cold winter’s day, I was stopped by the site of the various angles made by the snow, sky and fence. Composing the image I placed the fence post in the rule of thirds sweet spot. Plus timing the shot between tugs on the leash!

They raise a few beef cows in this pasture. Sometimes the cows bound over and try to figure out what all the yapping is coming out of my small dog who not doubt thinks they are just big dogs. The cows don’t show any fear at all. Its been breed out of them years ago.


View the photograph “Winter Minimalism”

Is a picture really worth a thousand words? What thousand words? A thousand words from a lunatic, or a thousand words from Nietzsche? Actually, Nietzsche was a lunatic, but you see my point. What about a thousand words from a rambler vs. 500 words from Mark Twain? He could say the same thing quicker and with more force than almost any other writer. One thousand words from Ginsberg are not even worth one from Wilde. It’s wild to declare the equivalency of any picture with any army of 1,000 words. Words from a writer like Wordsworth make you appreciate what words are worth. 


― Jarod Kintz, This is the best book I’ve ever written, and it still sucks
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