What does /fa/ do when they're not shopping or lurking on here? Personally, I do photography, produce music, and make short films. (Picture related)
I make films about anything and everything. Just recently made a film a minute long about nothing. If I were you I would either start with you phone camera or a cheap DSLR. Then get some good software, no iMovie or Windows Movie Maker, get something like Adobe Premire Pro or Final Cut Pro. After you have a camera and your software, go out and shoot. Shoot whatever you want and do it however you want to. If you are just starting out, I would recommend trying to not focus/do to many things at once with a camera (i.e. frequent pans and zooms) as these can take away from the film and many young film makers fall into this trap as they think the more stuff in a film I have, the more interesting/better my film is. Also, make sure to mess around with your camera and know it before you start to shoot. Finally, if you want to make larger films or for that matter any good short film, you will most likely have to write a screenplay. I recommend Celtx as it is free and very easy to use. When you start writing screenplays, it will be tough at first. However, work in small steps, 20 minutes a day, then progress from there. The key to writing good screenplays and making good movies is to make it a habit to practice often and learn from your mistakes. Good luck.
I'm writing just normal classical like solos and stuff for fellow students, but my main interest composition wise is definitely minimalism. But when it comes to music other than classical I would fucking love to be in some sort of Andrew Jackson Jihad type band.
>mfw only knows how to play classical instrument
im into acting, improv, stand up
i fuck around a little with art, you know drawing, painting, collages, sculptures and shit
write scripts, monologues, stories, poems (not anything official yet, just for funsies and self pleasure)
learning to play piano
i enjoy creative exercises
listen to a lot of /mu/
play a lot of /v/
watch a lot of /tv/
plan/take roadtrips, try to explore nature, towns and cities, everything
then theres just the usual stuff, hanging with friends, hanging with bf, riding bike, walking around town
I probably spend half of all my days now working on a new project or continuing another. Most recently started singing and I'm improving my street photography skills. Releasing stuff i'm proud of keeps me feeling on top of the world.
I take pictures, I post them on a private Instagram account. Rate my photos
im fem lol, i know, "women arent funny" blah blah women are equal feminist rant blah
i will admit that i myself dont find most women comedians funny, in fact they get cringey as hell. *shrug* sadly thats just how it is. i like to think of myself as superior thouh ;- )
Used to downhill longboard till i started valuing my spine
Dude that sounds fucking awesome.
How would I start doing that?
I've been playing and studying piano since 7. Teached myself to play guitar and think i'm good at it. One day I will self release some of my music and see if someone likes it; one of the things i really don't like about me is that i haven't put enough effort to gather and buy equipment to record my own shit. I'm 23 now, guess I gotta hurry up.
Aside from that, I like to collect and read books about Anthropology, History, and Linguistics. And that's it.
Pretty cool photos, OP; btw.
>tfw no cool hobbies
I used to be heavy into writing but recently its gotten bretty boring.
I like to hike but i have no car so i can't get to places to hike.
Urban exploration is cool, i live near town so a walk into a town will provide me with a few places to break into and look around in.
I make music sometimes, shitty rapping and instrumental production but not very serious with it at all.
Usually i just sit inside or go to work or party
Take photos? Honestly I can't remember but picking a subject you enjoy is the most important thing. Me personally I take photos of people, trying to capture an emotion or moment. But you can focus on anything, architecture, light, events, fashion. After a while you'll get a gut feeling every time you see something you want to photograph.
taught myself how to produce music, been at it for about 2 years.
Just signed my first remix to Universal a few weeks ago.
Also play footy in a competitive/beer league with a bunch of my buddies.
Oh and I tell everyone this but take photos of people you know, be relentless about it (without pissing them off too much). They're way more willing to pose or do random shit and 10 years down the line all those photos will be cool as shit.
Mostly boring shit
And specially finding new music
Also i always wanted to be a producer. Can any anon give me some direction on where to start learning? I tried some software before but coudnt get anything together
ridding my bike at late hours and make "artsy" self portraits of me showing my dick.
>go to youtube
>start with a pleb video like "PEOPLE ARE AMAZING 2015"
>Watch something XXxcoolxXX
>tell to yourself "this cool as shit, I could totally do this"
>question your life
I got into Fruitbooting with this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJ_fFrdSKlg
I make music. starting from scratch was the worst but hours in Ableton everyday for year(s) payed off for me.
the fact that you quit after "not being able to get anything together" tells me you don't have the drive or ambition to do something like this.
i don't mean to sound like an asshole, its just I hear so many of my peers complaining that its hard and complicated/not worth the effort.
the truth is i would get home from uni, sports, work whatever and just sit at my computer for hours and hours for months on end till I finally knew what I was doing.
>maschine mk2 - rap / r&b
masturbation, substance abuse, eating. Vidya, sometimes reading about paranormal shit, or history. About to finish The Richest Man in Babylon, then plan on reading Infinite Jest. Brown women are fun too, and by brown I mean like, Arab / Jordanian
Exploring the countryside w/ a .22 and a quad w/ a full tank of gas.
Programming C++, learning Objective C currently, then RoR
Oh sure, plenty, including this last Friday, Monday, and Tuesday. I'd been playing 2 years this September and right now I'm just playing the deck that won the last PT and numerous GPs.
Depends on your ressources. I first got into western style tea but for tasting purpose you might want to find a chinese tea place or high end chinese restaurant and ask if they do guided tasting sessions. Kinda like eunology. It takes times and a certain amount of dedication, but it's worth it. I'm myself more into japanese tea and it's history is heavily linked with buddhism and contemplation/meditation, I like the atmosphere it sets.