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“Set the targets!!!

Otherwise If you aim at nothing you will always hit it..

try to aim somewhere, test shot, stand back, measure the miss,
improve the technique and repeat..”


When Canon announced that the EOS Cinema 1D-C, Canon’s 4K DSLR, has been approved for high definition broadcast use by the European Broadcasting Union. That will certainly make the barrier for entry lower, but will also allow for camera crews to have yet another tool in their arsenal for digital television production; we have crafted this mini 4K built to enhance our production.
EOS 1DC with 50mm 1.2L in cage made by TILTA (ES-T11) alongside with 19mm rods and studio baseplate (TT-C06/07) and 6.6×6.6 Matte box (MB-T06)

“I need 30 flat shots done this week, with the pictures delivered by the of the week. Our samples can only be out for a day and the press is demanding for these pictures! Can you do that?”

“My handmade jewelry has textured surfaces and the pictures I make, don’t show that. Do you think you can shoot them to show that detail?”

“I only have 5 pieces to shoot, but I need them done now and am on a really tight budget. Can you work with me on that?”

“We need to photograph 50 +/- pairs of shoes every month, 4 angles of each, preferably with models; and make it look like they were all shot the same day. Is that something you can do?”

We get asked questions like this every day and the answer is invariably “yes”! That’s how we’ve been able to meet the product photography needs of the fashion industry for 10 years. Whether you’re a perfectionist or budget driven, whether you have a small run of samples that need to be photographed or a large, ongoing program, whether for ecommerce, lookbook or internal purposes … any product photographed any way you want … from scheduling to final picture delivery, we make the whole process easy, cost effective and on your schedule.

We know that what matters to you is quality, consistency, reliability, timeliness and cost. We use a team of experienced professionals to make sure we can deliver exactly that. Our goal is to establish an ongoing relationship with you … and that means we have to deliver, every time!

You have enough things to deal with, your product photography shouldn’t be one of them!

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First of all guys, I had come across this idea of puting together some every-day shall we say vocabulary that could save a situation, although more you speak more you are practising, therefore if you say too much, you risking saying something foolish.
Try to implement these words in your sentences and you will notice difference how people react to your talking – on daily basis.

  1. At first glance (or worse, “at first blush”)

  2. As a nation (or worse, “as a society”)

  3. Upon deeper reflection (why not reflect deeply from the start?)

  4. Observers (unless referring to people actually sitting around watching something)

  5. [Person] is not alone (from anecdote to generalization, we get it)

  6. And [someone/something] is no exception

  7. Pundits say

  8. Critics say (or “critics are quick to point out”)

  9. The American people (unless in a quote)

  10. The narrative (unless referring to a style of writing)

  11. Probe (an uncomfortable substitute for “investigation”)

  12. Opens/offers a rare window (unless it is a real window that is in fact unusual)

  13. Begs the question (unless used properly – and so rarely used properly that it’s not worth the trouble)

  14. Be that as it may

  15. If you will (actually, I won’t)

  16. A cautionary tale

  17. Cautiously optimistic (in a way that deliberately avoids potential problems or dangers)

  18. Needless to say (then don’t say it)

  19. Suffice it to say (if it suffices, then just say it)

  20. This is not your father’s [anything]

  21. [Anything] 2.0 (or 3.0, or 4.0…)

  22. At a crossroads (unless referring to an actual intersection)

  23. The powers that be

  24. Outside the box (describes creative thinking — with a cliche)

  25. A favorite Washington parlor game

  26. Don’t get me wrong

  27. Make no mistake

  28. Yes, France, there is a [something]

  29. Christmas came early for [someone]

  30. Chock full (“full” is just fine by itself)

  31. Last-ditch effort (unless ditch-digging is involved)

  32. Midwife (as a verb, unless involving childbirth)

  33. Cue the [something]

  34. Call it [something]

  35. Pity the poor [something]

  36. It’s the [something], stupid

  37. Imagine (as the first word in your lede)

  38. Time will tell if [something]

  39. What a difference [a time period] makes

  40. Palpable sense of relief (unless you can truly touch it)

  41. Sigh of relief

  42. Plenty of blame to go around

  43. Rorschach test (unless it is a real one)

  44. An object lesson

  45. Turned a blind eye

  46. Underscores

  47. Cycle of violence (unless referring to a particularly vicious Schwinn)

  48. Searing indictment

  49. Potent symbol

  50. Broken system (or, “the [anything] system is broken”)

  51. Famously (if readers know it, you don’t need to tell them it is famous; if they don’t know it, you just made them feel stupid!)

  52. The Other (or “otherize,” “otherization” and other variations)

  53. Effort (as a verb)

  54. Table (as a verb, as in “table the talks”)

  55. Shutter (as a verb, as in “they shuttered the factory”)

  56. Gestalt/Zeitgeist

  57. Orwellian (unless discussing George Orwell)

  58. Machiavellian (unless discussing Niccolo Machiavelli)

  59. Gladwellian (never)

  60. What happens in [somewhere] stays in [somewhere]

  61. Oft-cited

  62. Little-noticed

  63. Closely watched

  64. Hastily convened

  65. Much ballyhooed

  66. ill-advised

  67. Shrouded in secrecy

  68. Since time immemorial

  69. Tipping point

  70. Inflection point

  71. Point of no return

  72. The [anything] community

  73. If history is any guide

  74. If past is prologue

  75. The devil is in the details

  76. [Somebody] does not suffer fools gladly

  77. A ragtag army (or ragtag militia)

  78. A tale of two [anything]

  79. Ignominious end

  80. Tightly knit (unless referring to actual knitting)

  81. In the final analysis (especially as beginning of a final sentence/paragraph)

  82. Ultimately (same as above)

  83. At the end of the day (same as above)

  84. For all intents and purposes

  85. Cooler heads prevailed

  86. Victim of his/her own success

  87. Who lost [insert country here]?

  88. Punditocracy

  89. Twitterati

  90. Commentariat

  91. Chattering classes

  92. Naysayers

  93. Keen observer

  94. Took to Twitter

  95. Tongues wagging (h/t afterword to paperback of “This Town”)

  96. White-shoe law firm

  97. Well-heeled lobbyists

  98. Skittish donors

  99. Byzantine rules (unless referring to the empire in the Middle Ages)

  100. Strange bedfellows

  101. A mass of contradictions

  102. A land of contradictions (please, foreign correspondents and travel writers)

  103. Rise of the 24-hour news cycle (it’s been a while)

  104. In the digital age (again, it’s been a while)

  105. Not so fast

  106. Not so much (I blame Jon Stewart for this one)

  107. Remains to be seen

  108. Tenuous at best

  109. Woefully inadequate

  110. Or so it seems

  111. Depending on whom you ask

  112. Burst onto the national political scene

  113. For now (especially at the end of a sentence set off by a dash; all it does is negate everything that came before!)

  114. Tectonic shifts or seismic shifts (unless real ones)

  115. Optics (unless you’re discussing physics)

  116. Feeding frenzy/feeding the frenzy

  117. Double down

  118. Game-changer

  119. [Anything]-gate (especially if you’re writing in The LUPICKI Post like we do)

  120. In the wake of [anything]

  121. How I learned to stop worrying and love the [anything]

  122. Love [X] or hate [X]…

  123. The [anything] we love to hate

  124. Don the mantle of [anything]

  125. Usher in an era of [anything]

  126. A portrait emerges

  127. In a nutshell

  128. The social fabric (or “the very fabric of our democracy/nation/society”)

  129. Hot-button issue

  130. Hotly contested

  131. Perfect storm

  132. Face-saving compromise

  133. Eye-popping

  134. The argument goes

  135. The thinking goes

  136. Contrary to popular belief

  137. Intoned

  138. The new normal

  139. The new face of [anything] (unless discussing plastic surgery)

  140. The talk of the town (unless referring to the some specific city’s section)

  141. It couple (or “power couple”)

  142. Paradigm shift (in journalism, all paradigms are shifting)

  143. Unlikely revolutionary (in journalism, all revolutionaries are unlikely)

  144. Unlikely reformer (in journalism, all reformers are unlikely, too)

  145. Grizzled veteran (in journalism, all veterans are either grizzled or “seasoned”)

  146. Manicured lawns (in journalism, all lawns are manicured)

  147. Wide-ranging interview (in journalism, all interviews range widely, even if they don’t)

  148. Rose from obscurity (in journalism, all rises are from obscurity)

  149. Dizzying array (in journalism, all arrays make one dizzy)

  150. Withering criticism (in journalism, all criticism is withering)

  151. Predawn raid (in journalism, all raids take place in the predawn hours)

  152. Nondescript office building (in journalism, all office buildings are nondescript)

  153. Unsung hero (in journalism, all heroes lack music)

  154. Sparked debate

  155. Raised questions

  156. Raises more questions than answers

  157. Raise the specter of [anything]

  158. More often than not

  159. hand-wringing

  160. Ironic Capitalization Implying the Unimportance of Things Others Consider Important

  161. But reality/truth is more complicated (in journalism, we oversimplify, then criticize the oversimplification)

  162. Scarred by war (unless referring to real scars)

  163. War-torn

  164. War of words (worse if followed by “is heating up”)

  165. Trading barbs

  166. Shines a spotlight on [something] (unless there is a real spotlight that is shining)

  167. [Something] is no panacea

  168. [Something] is no silver bullet

  169. Political football

  170. Political theater

  171. More than you think (how do you know what I think?)

  172. Less than you think (how do you know what I think?)

  173. Not as much as you think (how do you know what I think?)

  174. You guessed it (how do you know what I guessed?)

  175. Shifting dynamics (code for “don’t hold me to this”)

  176. The situation is fluid (code for “I have no idea what is going on”)

  177. Partisans on both sides

  178. Charm offensive

  179. Fallen on hard times

  180. On thin ice

  181. A crisis waiting to happen

  182. Poster child

  183. Going forward

  184. Creature of Italy

  185. A modest proposal (this was written once, very well, and has been written terribly ever since)

  186. Stinging rebuke

  187. Mr. [Anyone] goes to Washington (unless a reference to the actual movie)

  188. The proverbial [something] (Tacking this in front of a cliche doesn’t excuse it, just admits you used it knowingly)

  189. Fevered speculation

  190. Hope filled the air

  191. [Anything] is all the rage

  192. Iconic (dominant word!)

  193. How did we get here? (code for “here comes the b-matter”)

  194. But first, some background (code for “I know more than you do”)

  195. Growing body of evidence (very strong consequences)

  196. [Anything] on steroids (unless you cover professional sports)

  197. Resists easy classification/categorization

  198. Increasingly (unless story proves something is in fact increasing)

  199. Tapped (as substitute for “selected” or “appointed)

  200. Any “not-un” formulation (as in “not unsurprising that you’d use that cliche”)

  201. Wait for it

  202. Wait, what?

  203. There, I said it

  204. And here’s the kicker

  205. See what I did there?

Burlesque or Strip-Tease or Boudoir 

As given opportunity to have photo-shoot in certain style. Which one which you rather take?

Burlesque is a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects..
Some of our LUPICKI films included burlesque-style scenes within dramatic films were attempted to recreate the spirit of these performances from the 1930s to the 1960s.

Boudoir photography may, in some cases, be distinguished from other photography genres such as glamour photography, fine art nude photography and erotic photography.

Typical Strip-Tease photo-shoot is in a photographer’s studio or luxury hotel suites. It has become fashionable to create a set of sensual or sexually suggestive images of women (and occasionally men and couples) in “boudoir style” while teasing audience, for which it has been made. The most common manifestation of contemporary boudoir teasing photography is to take variations of candid and posed photographs of the subject partly clothed or in lingerie. Nudity is more often implied than explicit. Commercially the genre is often (though not exclusively) derived from a market for brides to surprise their future husbands by gifting the images on or before their wedding day. Other motivations or inspiration for boudoir photography shoots include anniversaries, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, weight loss regimes, other form of body change or alteration (such as breast augmentation or reduction) and for servicemen and women overseas.

These styles of photoshoot become more attractive to womans after we have released short film The Concealer. Nonetheless film by itself was like documentary through styles.

Burlesque Package
Strip-Tease Package
Boudoir Package
are available at LUPICKI Store

I had this incredible opportunity to scoop out kind of magical sky at Oosterend in Terschelling, Meteor night was announced couple of weeks ago and a lot of people were already talking about it. I managed to capture only 3 falling meteors as visible on last photos.


Captured by my lovely Canon EOS 1D C (Cinema range) incredible at low-light performance.
Lens used: 17-40 F/4L USM

Truth about cinematography

It’s interesting cos cinematography is such a subjective thing.

Like how I think about it it’s something totally different then you will think about it.
Some people love to show everything, to me, that’s the most boring shit you ever see..
So pay attention but take it with salt of grain maybe?!
So where do you start, what is good cinematography?

To me it’s something that strengthen the story something that tells a story in the images without saying it in words
You should not need dialog with great cinematography

And it should create the moods and the feelings and should create the presence for you as audience to be in the picture and seen with the people that you watching. Like it should become more real with the cinematography, at least that’s what I think
Light is like most important element in movies.

Without good light, I don’t think there’s good cinematography. I think that’s true. When you work with darks, that’s kind of hard, like that’s one of the biggest things that I focus on in my films is capture the right light.
I come from documentary background. Documentary still photos. So then you get used pretty much shoot everything in existence lighting that is there. That kind of makes you adopted to that. So you shoot when right light is there. I usually go out in blue hour or like when sun is setting those type of things. I try to shoot whenever I see pretty light, now I am also in studio so I can light up stuff but otherwise I try to shoot as soon as I see good like, I shoot it and I think you can learn a lot from watching light. Anybody inspired to become cinematographer needs sort of focus on light. Like light is cinematography. You have to focus on like.. you get unique character and all that you need to have unique lighting. It doesn’t mean it’s pretty light. It means it has to be something unique that creates unique atmosphere that is true to story. It could be anything, you know, anything that’s only lid with 1 light it could be 3 light.I don’t know, anything. But sky is the limit I guess.
Another thing is leaving the right stuff out and keeping the right stuff in; for instance you know deciding on perspective is one of the most key things to me. Imagine scenery staged scenery.. I tried to capture the whole environment trying to create the mood through imagery then ..so on later.. as we got up we moving closer and closer to capture intimacy of characters, that’s delivers choice and you have to make it as it happen. That’s why I love documentary cinematography because you really have to be quick to capture those things. And when you doing documentary everything is real not staged! You are experiencing this whole film in reality. It’s really thing for you, for me that’s what you need to capture. Great cinematography captures whatever you feel on set.
On scene everything could turns into interesting prospective, it has to be more intimate. Everything has to be telephoto. everything is close ups, nothing is wide shoots. It such a intimate and fragile moment.
And when you doing comedy you trying to do something totally different.
I didn’t study cinematography
Who fucking study cinematography anyway?!
“Images should be the only pleasing pictorial aesthetic, but projection of the emotions that the character discovering themselves” for sure!

People who just make pretty pictures;
go fuck yourself!
It doesn’t matter, like you making pretty picture?
There’s so many blogs and vlogs out there, they do like a collage of nice pictures & moody music.
It’s same shit in every video!
Please invent yourself!!!
Cinematography is very technical and of course like, images should be pretty in some sense. Like it can be dirty pretty ugly pretty it can be dark pretty.
Don’t make just make stuff because it just looks good try to think about story. Everything in cinematography to me has to do with stories.
You cannot make great cinematography if you don’t tell a story. To me you tell a story by not telling everything. You tell a story by not saying things in words. You use the cinematic language. And that’s isn’t just cinematography it’s also audio-visual aspect of everything. So audio, pictures, you know, acting all those things has to come up together, the music. You have to use all those things. Because that is the language. Language isn’t cinematography or spoken words & dialogs. You have to use everything to tell a story.
So if you stop thinking about cinematography

But start thinking about story

Than I think pictures will come for themselves.

With love..

Supercharged by incredible 162th cup of coffee this year.. this crazy idea came up (at some point) how to make photo-shoot just behind the house in cemetery, am talking about night shoot with dimmed lights with local model dressed in white, barefoot with down-looking scenery. Along with clocks as the light pulled tighter spots in cemetery shows brighter and brighter. Boudoir composition may take a place if dark princess would feel comfortable as home.

Thursday – at this stage am pulling out some of the most serious strings in my photography ideas as tomorrow is day “D” with test shoots.

And time flies when you’re having fun, as am sitting on couch sketching the scenery and composition of shoot, freshly baked pizza is making up my mind, while DJ Fawad is about to drop his beats in Arabic dance mix

  • Learn about creating something more than just a picture

  • How to find inspiration and be more creative

  • Learn how to pose a model and compose a shot

  • Simplicity and working with natural light

  • Creative photography on a budget and DIY

April 6th, 2017

Total Time: 3pm – 8pm

Lecture: 3pm – 4:30pm

Live Shoot at Location: 5pm-8pm

Location around Prievidza will be emailed to registrants closer to date

Total Cost: 100€

9 spots available

Suitable for beginners and experienced photographers

Individual critique at live shoot, with questions & answers

Bring your camera, preferred lenses, battery/charger and willingness to learn

Snacks and beverages will be provided

This feeling doesn’t have to end up closing the laptop straightaway or runaway from the office. In this case, your life has not been living without worrying about a clash of ideas that haunt you every moment of when you’re trying to breathe effortless.

It is no wonder that in such a state you are not in mood going out with friends or for dinner with boyfriend/girlfriend. Is obviously hard to relax when you head is constantly at work flow.

  • Think of what would you do if you get rewarded equally (money, paychecks, etc.,) no matter what work/activity you do.

I don’t believe that if people can have ability to choose a work, everybody would choose to become a CEO or top manager, no I don’t believe that. You have to follow your heart and therefore if you love doing for example hand-made pottery then do it! Don’t dream about becoming Las Vegas Businessman, or Japanese independent criminal lawyer. Just do what you love to do no matter in which state you are in. If you just starting then according to the day-job start slowly than quitting a job and disappointed because things didn’t work-out that fast as you thought, be respectful and thankful for chance to actually create something from nothing, in last century they weren’t so lucky!

  • Go out (right about now) and look around

You see those rushing people? Constantly rushing somewhere on daily basis, you think they are happy? They love what they do? Every other is carrying different load in shape of mortgage, loans, medical problems or problems with relationships anything from family to angry boss. Out there is quantum of not awakened geniuses and some of them don’t even know where they going (what a shame). These people are let’s say in 50 years in pure oblivion, unless they unlock themselves. Start from yourself be more positive, nothing will change if you going to be still complaining about people how bad they are, how selfish they are and what a mess left behind them! If they cannot accept you today, that doesn’t necessarily means they cannot accept you tomorrow!

  • If you love doing something, stick with it at all cost

If you have some hobby you are obviously not alone, everybody has. But they cannot be all over the world at the same time. People are awesome.

  • Go visit nature

A lot of people trying to disconnect from nature just because of modern age, but if you like that or not we are part of the nature anyway. Go for walk to the forest or to the lakeside and the best thoughts come in silence.

  • Do not copy bad habits

If you like to use behavior from closest persons around you, start not doing so, most influential persons are always around you, just have to stick with them. Start seeing things differently since now on!



Oh yeah


They never mind.


Here we go..

a lot of people trying copy my style..

but the failure comes big time.

  • You gotta know when to fold them: Controlling your ambitions

  • It’s strictly business: Enemy of my enemy is my friend

  • Spend very little on office supplies: Art of cutting overhead

  • Social club have a solid steel door – that are always open: an open-door policy

  • Do not bother me now: Value of interruptions

  • The bail money are in bedside drawer: Get it right ahead of time

  • Don’t build Yankee Stadium, just supply the concrete: Master your skills in spotting new rackets

  • Give the tax office their vig: Share a piece of cake: What we have learned from sharing

  • Victory without follow-up is like pasta without dessert: Master the crisis management

  • The power of an elite circle: Why they opens and closes the books

  • Give a spic bastard a call!: Hiring the best person: Regardless of race creed or sexual orientation

  • A little give  and take: Master your hospitality skills

  • Tip the coat check: Charity

  • Eat, Drink, and be productive: The only bribe I will advise you to make

  • I am coming on the heist tonight: Mastermind deep cover

  • The tough guy has balls: A smart guy has crystal balls: Master foresight skills

  • Never underestimate your opponent

  • Who is your opponent?

  • Do not shoot a rising star: Neutralizing potential opponents

  • They can take it in the ass on my dance floor: Do not let opinions stand in the way of profit

  • Wisely choosing your consigliere

  • Why Marcello don’t believe the hype

  • I got an inside guy: Staying up on the competition

  • Hide your money under the mattress or dog house: Stay cash heavy

  • Poverty sucks or does not it?

  • It is brand name: Master when to franchise

  • It’s good to be king: But no one is above the law

  • Guys like us: Guys like them: Stick with what you know

  • Marcus Aurelius was a great emperor but that doesn’t mean his son was too: The perils of nepotism

  • Leave the gun: Take the cannolis: And beware of hubris

  • Become a pizza egg roll: Master personal skills



Yeap, it was worth to follow the path to middle management:


  • Bacon, Lettuce and Dimitri
    only you are responsible for your crew

  • How to hit your target without gun:
    Motivating your people

  • Let’s meet in the back for a sit-down:
    Mediating disputes and the art of compromise

  • When to take bullet for the boss?
    Whenever you are in the end

  • Why hitman tell jokes over a dead body
    Why employee tell jokes over a done job
    bonding with subordinates

  • Damian’s shot: Never kills a good idea

  • Toss the dice high: How to deal with unreasonable ultimatums

  • How to bury the hatchet – but not in someone’s head

  • Take that stone from my shoe: Master the skills: firing and hiring

  • The toughest guy have the thinnest skin:Never embarrass someone in public

  • Not turning yellow, but going green: Keep up with the world

  • Flashiness can end in the flash of gun: Master your modesty

  • How to make bagmen pull the trigger: Confidence building

  • Seize the bull by the horns – and rip off it’s balls: The fast and deceive leadership

  • Just get the job done: beyond flexibility

  • They shot him twelve times and he lived: Most problems take care of themselves.

  • Luigi, you know who my uncle is? Everyone is important

  • What am I a panecook? What people really think about you

  • Play the fence and you’re sure to fall off

  • Italians talk with their hands: master body language

  • Deliver the goods: Stand behind your name: Power of trademark

  • Fireproof your ass: Never let anyone light a flame under you

  • Go to bat for your guys: Loyalty to your employees

  • Rest in peace: In lakeside cabin not in early grave: How to take break and coming back refreshed

  • Do not split yourself in half: The wrong decision is better than none at all

  • New York was not build in a day: Master patience

  • Giovanni and Giancarlo: The lessons of history and how to search them

  • Time to go: How to leave the organization

Thank you guys fore reading, and don’t forget subscribe for more news. If you done it till here then welcome in social club.


It was Saturday night fever, that made me think: about what kind of fuck is this all about???

yep that damn morning changed directions..

So here’s how:

Monday ’till Saturday those forty-hour-per-week warriors showed up at work and got the shit beat of them (fight of thoughts)

  • Make yourself an offer that you can’t refuse, so don’t hesitate and surefire way to get hired.. get spearheaded into kitchen in middle of night whatever, wherever, get inspired, (power of suggestion)

  • Because It’s the principle! Learn when to make a point, don’t fuck about going around, get it straight.

  • Have you ever thought why were the Mobsters in the newspapers so old? They loved what they have done, and therefore never worked a single day in their life. Don’t dream about unreal things, and if one dream is dashed, dream up the another one.

  • Hide your tricks and guns and help the old man across the street – Family values, don’t get into some “I’m something and you are nothing” attitude especially in home in family.

  • Start not taking notes instead start sharpening your memory, otherwise you will end up dumb in lots of yellow sticky notes or even worse digital notes.

  • Don’t end up in the trunk of a car or abandoned in foreign country without nobody & nothing. Avoid office or class politics, basically learn when to shut the fuck up. You don’t have your mouth just for badmouthing.

  • Have you ever thought how can three people keep a secret? Easily only if two are dead!

  • Have do know why Italians cut up pigs and cook them in the greed sauce?

  • It’s always good to go to a funeral as long as it’s not your, mind the power of networking there.

  • Ole blue eyes, why everyone love Sinatra?

  • Start turning garbage into gold, learn when to sniff out opportunity

  • If something’s up, always roll up your sleeves but keep your pants on

  • Even the walls have ears, and therefore never bad-mouth the boss.

  • Did you wash your car or screw it in the muffler? Start practicing your verbal skills

  • If you count on yourself then you’ll never be counted out!

  • Any idea how Lucky Luciano with Tommy-gun became lucky? no? good..then make your own luck, by the age 23 you should know which are your master skills

  • Never forget that the bank of favors pays the highest interest!

  • You know why “The Mr. Chin” wore pajamas to work? No? anyway, power of playing dumb is important in everyday life!

  • Think about the school of hard knocks: get your life experience sorted, learn from own mistakes.

  • Once friend of mine asked me: “Is this phone tapped?” since then on daily basis I always watched what I said.

  • Rather slap your opponent or yourself (to play dumb), if so, you understand and respect the chain of consequences, good.

  • Always go get your own coffee! and sometimes take some for fellas too, if you can master and respect this chain of visual commands without being a sucker then you are rising star!

  • Which one which you rather take? Kill or be killed? Have you thought about denying orders from above?

  • Plato? Didn’t he owned that swingers club? or isn’t he that famous comedian? Always be informed!

  • Where are my fucking money? Paying promptly is the best way to succeed!

  • Shut it down, learn when to keep quiet, and never tip your hand over somebody unless is necessary

  • Think about key to growth, anyhow, to any way.

  • Let them reach the right place, master your patience skills

  • STICK YOUR HANDOUTS UP YOUR A**…., You have to cultivate aggressiveness and master vulgar skills.

  • Learn how to be master of your own fate, not a master of disguises.

And if you’ve done it ’till here.. well.. I am not trying to find nobody else to be..

–  “In ancient Sparta, boys around the age of twelve underwent a peculiar education designed to sharpen their wits and teach them the skills necessary to succeed in a harsh world. In the hills surrounding the militaristic city-state, the boys were underfed to the point of starvation, then sent into town to steal food in order to survive. They would have to be clever and cunning; if caught, they were severely punished. Not for stealing, but for failing.
–  The Spartans believed that a young man who could master the skills of a thief would flourish in life. I don’t advise anyone to become a thief in an effort to excel, but by studying the underlying nature of successful criminals, one can glean many valuable lessons.”

Luigi Lupicki

I would like to create and attend a very first meet-up especially on Vlieland where I am working on interesting projects at the moment, I would like to make local guides see this beautiful island on top of Netherlands and make leave impression. There are a lot of businesses incl. restaurants, caffe parlors, bars, camping area and a lot more and they might be experienced differently then in main season. Beautiful locations from harbor to village through forests up to the beach could be explored by eager local guides. As local guides we can share our opinions and ideas, and future plans in guiding, and also I would like to invite everyone who’s going to attend our photo-walk for lunch and refreshing beverages.

Interested attendees can contact me via hosted google mail (info@lupicki.com)

Hows tricks everybody what’s going on..


Recently I got again questioned by a friend of mine, Luigi how to get noticed by talent agencies, which are finding girls and boys from Europe for photo-model business.


I said basically anyhow, just need to be in right moment in right place, because modeling / photo-modeling agencies are always looking for a new talent, and for an aspiring model, the right agency can make a career.

Signing to a reputed agency can be a gateway to editorial photo shoots that establish model’s portfolios, not to mention catwalk opportunities and advertising campaigns.


A goldmine girl can also be lucrative for agencies which make money by taking  a 20% commission of all model earning, while also charging brands an additional 20% of model’s rate for each booking.


Therefore if you look into this working structure you realize you are partly working for a agency by earning 1:5 ratio.

Our Intercontinental network offers commission only 10%

(As we are international tax payers for us it means 8% income + 2% tax)


“If, underneath death’s cold wing,
His restless soul should fly away,
Beyond the grasp of fools,
Would meet with the bliss they deny,
So stand for him, kneel for him,
As he lies low in kneaded clay,
Pray for him, who prayed too late,
That he might shine on judgment day.”

..and I had this incredible experience of moving up into a misty sort of area, and then becoming aware that I was on top. And it was totally peaceful, it was a place of absolute compassion..

That’s what that place surrounded by water and ruled by fire will do to your head, will doom you out.


Set the desired quality!!!

If you look at nothing
you will always see it..

try to look somewhere,
triple wink and look again at the same spot
stand back
measure the miss
improve the technique

differences are tremendous








but whats beyond?

“Everytime, anywhere if you sought something beautiful or exciting; in that moment will human body releases small tatmorediars redefined from bixulenondial nano-lightning from visual wink-free paralyzation ofpicture at the front of you seen throught human eyes, that moment the human body begin a prompting reaction of compressing electrons in 57A sector of our DNA which will be discovered in the year 2037. People will travel to explore exciting things perhaps atmospheres or future memories, without hyperlapsing their brain memory, thinking where they have seen that already.”

“There is a reason why other women look so attractive..
It’s because there’s somebody taking real good care of them..
The grass is always greener when it’s watered..
so, instead of drooling over what’s on the other side..

work on yours,

water it, cherish it

Any man can admire a woman who’s already beautiful
however it takes a true gentleman to make a woman beautiful”









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Once upon time I walked down to village and just get my grocery done, and that time I thought  about that sophisticated idea on playing on people’s fantasies to avoid counter-question.

“The truth is often avoided because it is ugly and unpleasant. Never appeal to truth and reality unless you are prepared for the anger that comes from disenchantment.Life is so harsh and distressing that people who can manufacture romance or conjure up fantasy are like oases in the desert: Everyone flocks to them. There is great power in tapping into the fantasies of the masses also known as upfront disenchanted group leadership power. This sort of attribute is very important if you work with people; and therefore do play on people’s fantasies, results will come over to you”




  • Forget about doing things perfectly. Just take the first step. You can refine things later.
  • Book an appointment at three local banks to discuss opening an account with them and take a list of questions to ask. You will come away with a very strong feeling about which one you want to bank with.
  • Consider registering with TAX Office (Value added tax purposes)


  • Write down a list of possible businesses ideas to pursue. Then write down a list of pros and cons next to each one.
  • Spend a morning imagining you are a customer for the products or services you plan to sell. Where would you go and buy them at the moment? How would your business be able to do it better? And bearing in mind that people are generally resistant to change, what would entice customers to switch to buying from you?
  • Always buy both .com and .org (or your local domain ending) for your domains names even if you don’t think you need them. One day you will need them, and at the very least it stops anyone else buying them and either trading off or wrecking the reputation you have established.


  1. The magic of outsourcing
  2. Do protect your business


  • Define the role or function you need to fill as precisely as possible to get the best fit.
  • Along with members of your family, students are useful, untapped resource. Get in touch with your local college or university – if you have a relevant and interesting project they might even be able to work on it as part of their course.
  • Draw up a confidentiality agreement for every project  and every person, whether they are part-time book-keeper, outsourced designer creating a logo or expenses-only intern. Make sure it is signed and up to date.

So you’ve got your product sorted, you know how to get it to your customers and you know how to get the money rolling in. Now you need a website.

  1. You can build a website for free yourself (do some research on internet)
  2. Paying for it with equity
  3. Paying for it at the weekend (your weekend’s job)


  • Decide whether you want to create your own website or get someone else to do it for you. Then write down what you want your website to do. What functions will it need, both now and later? E-commerce? A blog? Videos? The ability  for customers to post reviews? And will designing it be a one-off task or will it need continually to evolve?
  • To find a website designer, go to a free networking event for small businesses being held in your area and ask around for recommendations. Also draw up a list of websites which you like to look of and contact the designer direct – they will have put their name or business at the bottom of first page.
  • Once your website is up and running, check it constantly to make sure it is always up and functioning properly. If not, switch to a more reliable server.

  1. Location, location, location
  2. Go pop-up
  3. Embrace the concept
  4. Be co-operative
  5. Self-storage is not just for storing
  6. Hanging on the telephone


  • Think about what kind of space your customers are going to feel comfortable in
    do they need privacy?
    or accessibility?
    or a congenial atmosphere?
  • If possible make sure your space will be able to grow with your business, at least for the first few years. It will be a lot less disruptive that way.
  • Put yourself in your customers’ shoes and try out your own answering service. If you are happy with it, great. If not, change it.

So how do you go about it? Here’s how:

  1. Choose a product or service which people need rather than want
  2. Choose a product or service people instantly understand
  3. Choose a well-trodden route to market
  4. Have multiple routes to market
  5. Avoid high-ticket products or service
  6. Swap fixed costs for variable ones
  7. Ask for payment upfront
  8. Avoid ventures which need to reach a critical mass before they can get going
  9. Avoid online businesses which rely on advertising to make money
  10. Avoid online businesses which aim to make money purely from linking to other sites
  11. How to find a good idea
    Look at the products and services you use. Is there something that really annoys you?


  • Ask yourself, is your proposed product or service just something people want – or is it something they actually need? And if they need it, how long are they able to put off actually buying it? Just as importantly, do they understand why they need it? If they need it but don’t realize it – e.g.: dental insurance, for example, or carbon monoxide detectors – then you might still struggle to achieve sales.
  • Find out more about the industry you are planning to enter – how do customers, whether individuals or businesses, generally pay for the type of products or services you will be offering? Upfront? In arrears? Or mixture of both?
  • Consider how you are going to sell your product or service – online, offline, or a bit of both?

When you are starting a business from scratch you have to learn how to think free, often it can feel as if everywhere you look there are a hundred things for you to spend money on. Stop right there. Just because something is there doesn’t mean you need it – and if you do need it that doesn’t mean you have to spend money getting it. Here’s how to get everything you need for free:

  1. Work from home
  2. Use the skills you already have
  3. Use the resources you have at your fingertips
  4. Do all the work yourself – and don’t pay yourself a wage
  5. Hold on to the day job
  6. Source free equipment
  7. Tap into free inspiration
  8. Access free research
  9. Get a grant
  10. Learn the business skills you need for free
  11. Make the most of free technology
  12. Make use of existing local infrastructure

12 point as 12 hours of preparation 🙂


  • Find out what free local business networking groups are in your area. Join Them.
  • Think about the existing infrastructure in your area which you can take advantage of – a half-empty hotel? A little-used town hall? A theatre which is only used in the evenings?
  • Write down a list of the resources you already have to hand, and skills you have which you could charge for.

Google is not there, where are all our/your customers.

Google can not find customers just like that.

But how’s that? Because the potential customers are afraid?

It’s tough to speak up and say the thing that needs to be said in the moment, especially when there’s fear in the room. That is often the case at work.

Every working person runs into the situation eventually where they have to speak up and live with the consequences of their truth-telling, or be silent and live with their regrets.

When you name the elephant in the room, you’ll shift the energy. There may be uncomfortable ripples. You may feel the energy shift and feel that you bore the brunt of someone else anger just because you said what everyone in the room was thinking. Then you  might feel angry and resentful, and resolve never to name an elephant again.

With luck, that pained reaction will be short-lived. You’ll realize that staying silent out of fear of someone else reaction is a kind of weakness. You are no weakling! You’ll learn to speak your truth and let other people react however they like.

Your job on this planet is not to say what the people around you want or expect to hear.

When you speak up and tell the truth, you grow the very same muscles we all need to grow in this new-millennium workplace.

“When I was a young man, I had liberty, but I did not see it. I had time, but I did not know it. And I had love, but I did not feel it. Many decades would pass before I understood the meaning of all three. And now, the twilight of my life, this understanding has passed into contentment. Love, liberty, and time: once so disposable, are the fuels that drive me forward.”

#Beginning of December  #first snow  #hot models

I decided to write down a few places where to find a portrait models in Sweden especially in Swedish Lapland.

  • Kiruna
  • Pajala
  • Karesuando

People are open-minded, friendly and they like to talk, especially when you carry around something what they never seen before (expensive gear). Models who are interested in photography will notice someone like you.  Develop your shooting skills in -50C and enjoy the nature in Lapland, as well as the public arctic bars and arctic igloos  where you can find surprisingly a lot of potential.

Portrait Models [MADE IN SWEDEN]

Never try to play on each side at same time, be proud of your work, absolutely, make your To-Do list limited from day to day, so people can get a chance to stop think & watch, while watching you;

Make your accomplishments seem effortless

Your actions must seem natural and executed with ease. All the toil and practice that go into them, and also all the clever tricks, must be concealed. When you act, act effortlessly, as if you could do much more. Avoid the temptation of revealing how hard you work – it only raises questions. Teach no one your tricks or they will be used against you.

Our recording studio is somewhere far far away, book now for more details.

The best professional photographers or filmmakers always wanted to make it big:) Anytime anywhere; the main impact of this business is based on small tiny pieces of puzzle, the higher puzzle effect. Appearance gestures that’s what counts..but never forgot to look forward to

Enter action with boldness

If you are unsure of a course of action, do not attempt it. Your doubts and hesitations will infect your execution. Timidity is dangerous: Better to enter with boldness. Any mistakes you commit through audacity are easily corrected with more audacity. Everyone admires the bold; no one honors the timid.

Our recording studio is somewhere far far away, book now for more details.

If you’d like to be Becoming a Professional Model, you have to take it to the accounts, effortlessly? No way darling..
Your next key feature is Unpredictability, so on; you’ve got to:

Keep others in suspended terror: Cultivate an air of unpredictability

Humans are creatures of habit with an insatiable need to see familiarity in other people’s actions. Your predictability gives them a sense of control. Turn the tables: Be deliberately unpredictable. Behavior that seems to have no consistency or purpose will keep them off-balance, and they will wear themselves out trying to explain your moves. Taken to an extreme, this strategy can intimidate and terrorize.

Please, book now for more details, as our studio is quite far far away

Key features:

  • Do not post on social network regularly
  • Do not tell everyone everything 🙂
  • Time management (first months are mostly important – Get knowledge of your habits)
  • Learn how to become and camouflaged cougar in wilderness, (social life)
  • Drift on outskirts
  • Become life-simple = complete your “simplicity rules”

Unpredictable moves in social life (Harbor)




Becoming a Professional Model is quite a useful

Court Attention at All Cost

Everything is judged by its appearance; what is unseen counts for nothing. Never let yourself get lost in the crowd, then, or buried in oblivion. Stand out. Be conspicuous, at all cost. Make yourself a magnet of attention by appearing larger, more colorful, more mysterious than the bland and timid masses.

Please, book now for more details, as our studio is quite far far away

To Do list:

  • Local Castings (If possible)
  • Local Newspaper (Ads, Opportunities)
  • Stay Tuned with Facebook, Internet etc., (Knowledge of what’s going on)
  • Post your own collection (Summer, Winter, Vintage, Underwear, etc.)
  • Make yourself proud with charm, and natural beauty (Someone Will Notice)
  • Do your own blog (try some promoting and advertising techniques)

Our studio development program helps you to achieve best-quality skills and abilities and recommend:

Do not build fortresses to protect yourself – isolating is dangerous

The world is dangerous and enemies are everywhere – everyone has to protect themselves. A fortress seems the safest. But isolation exposes you to more dangerous than it protects you from – it cuts you off from valuable information, it makes you conspicuous and an easy target. Better to circulate among people, find allies, mingle. You are shielded from your enemy by the crowd.

Only in studio; somewhere far far away, book now for more details.

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Becoming a Professional Model is probably one of many girly dream, anyhow, you’ve got to master your avoiding skills as well as those models.

Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky

You can die from someone’s misery – emotional states are as infectious as diseases. You may feel you are helping the drowning man but you are only precipitating your own disaster. The unfortunate sometimes draw misfortune on themselves; they will also draw it on you. Associate with the happy and fortunate instead..

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Becoming professional photographer or filmmaker is an wise decision full of power, trust, lust, and passion and therefore you’ve got to start counting competitors in this business; You’ve got to

Know who you’re dealing with – Do not offend the wrong person (competitor)

There are different kinds of people in the world, and you can never assume that everyone will react to your strategies in the same way. Deceive or outmaneuver some people and they will spend the rest of their lives seeking revenge. They are wolves in lambs’ clothing. Choose your victims and opponents carefully, then-never offend or deceive the wrong person.

Our recording studio is somewhere far far away, book now for more details.

Becoming professional photographer or filmmaker is a clumsy progress and therefore one of the most important skill for you, is

Learn to keep people dependent on you

To maintain your independence you must always be needed and wanted. The more you are relied on, the more freedom you have. Make people depend on you for their happiness and prosperity and you have nothing to fear. Never teach them enough so that they can do without you.


Our recording studio is somewhere far far away, book now for more details.


Our Finnish professional photographers or filmmakers appears well groomed, smart looking and therefore

Do not commit to anyone

It is the fool who always rushes to take sides. Do not commit to any side or cause but yourself. By maintaining  your independence, you become the master of others – playing people against one another, making them pursue you.

Recording studio is somewhere far far away, book now for more details.

It’s hard to hire models for free in Finland these days, so I’ve written this off-start guide on what to look for when choosing a place to search:







It’s hard to find a good portrait photographer in Finland these days, so I’ve written this guide on what to look for when choosing one who’ll produce the best possible photos.

Our Questionnaire Tips for your Photographer or Cinematographer / Film-maker
What to Ask?

1. General – What You Need to Know? (about scene, us, atmosphere, etc.,)

2. What is your primary style?

3. How many sessions have you shot, and have you shot ones similar to mine?

4. How many times have you worked specifically as a (portraiture, wedding, etc.,) photographer?

5. How many other events will you photograph that weekend? Are you overbooked?

6. Will a contract of the services be provided? If so, can I get a copy?

7. What happens if the photographer is ill?

8. Do you have Insurance?

9. Does the package I am interested in include an assistant?

10. Does your studio allow me to choose a certain style of post production?

11. Will you color correct my images?

12. What kind of equipment do you use? Do you have backups?

13. Should my event last longer than scheduled, will you stay? Is there an extra charge?*

*Knowing up front the photographers policy on overages is critical. You don’t want to be surprised when your wedding photographer asks for an additional (e.g.: $1,000) before they release your pictures to you. Even worse, you don’t want your (e.g.; wedding, corporate) photographer to just pack up and leave when their time is up.

14. What attire will the photographer and their assistants wear?

15. How long after the event will the proofs, album, etc be ready?