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This is me and my sidekick Dez hanging out after doing a show. I thought that my brother was taking a picture of us...boy was I wrong, HE WAS VIDEOTAPING US!!!. Made me laugh so I thought I'd share it with you guys. This one is definitely going in the "Blooper" reel!
27 May 2008
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With Photographers at Their Heels, Automakers Get Creative to Keep New Cars Under Wraps From Brangelina to Tomkat, celebrities are often followed by paparazzi looking for the money shot. But they aren't the only ones keeping one eye open, cars have stalkers too. Called "auto spies", these cameramen try to catch never-before-seen cars, for magazines like Road and Track and Car and Driver, before they debut at international auto shows. To prevent photos of new cars leaking to the press, automakers often use off-limits facilities around the world to do their preliminary testing. When the car is ready for its real world road test, manufacturers like General Motors, bring in a camouflage engineer. Using different design tricks, the engineer's goal is to disguise a pre-production car. First, the car is covered with plastic mesh and then the headlamps are squared off to change the overall shape, giving it a temporary facelift. The goal is to make the public think the car is a different make and model than it actually is. So when it's time for the big debut, it's the first time anyone takes a picture. Produced for General Motors
26 Jun 2008
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Thought I was taking a picture but I was actually recording myself.
27 Jun 2008
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*******www.mrpaparazzi**** Amy Winehouse walking through London with a lookalike. She tells the cameraman that she is sober and does not drink anymore. She also asks him to take a picture of her for Blake.
1 Jul 2008
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The staff of Japanese aquarium were able to take rare pictures of a frilled shark after it was discovered by local residents at Awashima Port , southwest of Tokyo. This prehistoric shark is rarely seen alive as its natural habitat lies up to 4,200 feet deep under the sea. Experts at the Awashima Marine Park were able to examine the creature and film it swimming around. Unfortunately it died a couple of hours after it was moved to its new environment. Frilled sharks normally inhabit deep sea waters between 400 and 4,200 feet and rarely come to the surface. Frilled sharks can grow to a length of nearly 6.5 feet and eat deep-sea squids and other soft-bodied preys. Most specimens are found in the Japanese waters. 01/24/2007 All permission to duplicate/import have been obtained, i have no intention for copyright infrighment. please dont delete PERMISSION OBTAINED THANK YOU AND ENJOY PLEASE RATE IT RELLY COUNTA AND LEAVE A COMMENT TY PPL. DONT DELETE.
5 Jul 2008
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*******live.pirillo**** - The first camera I ever owned was a Polaroid Instamatic. This was long before digital cameras were even manufactured. I didn't take many pictures with it, because film was so expensive. It was nice in the respect that it printed your picture instantly. So what do you do when you want or need to print instant pictures these days?
9 Jul 2008
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Classic Duracell tv commercial funny were a scientist needs to take a picture of a women but can't because he has bad batteries.
15 Mar 2009
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Subscribe, Comment, Rate, Favourite www.youtube****/vivaladil www.myspace****/vivaladil www.vivaladil.blogspot**** www.vivaladil.ning**** Into Music By: www.youtube****/tayzonday So i saw this sign in a cloths shop when buying some jeans, i had to take a picture it was just so stupid. Or do i misread it? Well i think it's fuckd and id love to see someone do that.
22 Jul 2008
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I still remember the days back in early 1940s when photograhy used to be a higly professinal job at the hands of experts handed down by atleast one or two generations To be photograhed was a much celebrated occation and bragged about in the neighborhood Things started at first slowly and then rapidly and today we have digital cameras and amateur hobbyists who take hot pictures of beatiful damsels without her ever knowing what is happening One can find a plithora of hot pictures of lovely girls or handsome boys pinned aesthetcally on the walls of many a youth today
25 Jul 2008
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Celebrities are often followed by paparazzi looking for the money shot. But they aren't the only ones keeping one eye open, cars have stalkers too. Called "auto spies", these cameramen try to catch never-before-seen cars, for magazines like Road and Track and Car and Driver, before they debut at international auto shows. To prevent photos of new cars leaking to the press, automakers use off-limits facilities around the world to do preliminary testing. When the car is ready for its real world road test, manufacturers like General Motors, bring in a camouflage engineer. Using different design tricks, the engineer's goal is to disguise a pre-production car. First, the car is covered with plastic mesh and then the headlamps are squared off to change the shape, giving it a temporary facelift. The goal is to make the public think the car is a different make and model. When it's time for the big debut, it's the first time anyone takes a picture. Produced for General Motors
26 Jul 2008
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On the road from Rapallo to Chiavari, in Italy, there is a place where you can stop and see the entire Portofino's gulf. It's a very romantic place. You can stop by can at the right side and take some pictures and feel yourself.
5 Aug 2008
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Whilst out jogging and monitoring his performance Pacman turns a right-angled corner and comes face to face with his enemies, the ghosts. A change of pace is quickly required. Sports Tracker Whether you're training for the London 2012 Olympics, the London to Brighton Charity bike ride, or going for a Sunday jog, the Nokia Sports Tracker is like having your very own Personal Trainer and Personal Navigator in your pocket. Not that it'll shout at you for going too slowly of course, but whether you're running or cycling it will monitor and record your route, distance, speed, time, calories burnt and even altitude. If that magical moment comes and you bypass a Kenyan athlete bent over double, and wish to record the moment for posterity, you can take a picture with your phone and pinpoint the exact spot where it was taken on your route. And then, when it's all over and some feeling has returned to your limbs, you can upload your workout to your personal training diary, and then share it with your mates, assuming you wish to gloat of course. Nokia Maps is a new service that helps you find nearby venues, and will soon enable you to locate your friends. Wherever you happen to be in the world and whatever you're looking for, with Nokia Maps you'll always know where you are.
6 Aug 2008
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