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- ✅ https://youtu.be/PzoPUgneleg Wedding Photo Shoot ⎮ 2017 | Merve & Kadir Label: Videographer & Photographer >Copyright: © 2017, İlyas Kızılkaya All Rights Reserved >Copyright Status: Copyrighted Rights Usafe Terms: All rights reserved, no reproduction without prior permission. >Copyright Info Url: @ilyaskizilkaya Original Digital Capture From a real life scene.. ❤️ #cinema #cinematic #shortfilm #istanbul #turkiye #gelinbasi #photographer #videographer #photography #fotografci #portrait #filmmaking #finalcutpro #photoshop #filmmaker #shortfilm #gelin #damat #love #ask #weddingmovie #dugunhikayesi #weddingvideo #weddingstory #weddingfilm #wedding #dugun #duguncekimi #dugunfotografcisi #gelinsaci
- ✅ https://youtu.be/PzoPUgneleg Wedding Photo Shoot ⎮ 2017 | Merve & Kadir Label: Videographer & Photographer >Copyright: © 2017, İlyas Kızılkaya All Rights Reserved >Copyright Status: Copyrighted Rights Usafe Terms: All rights reserved, no reproduction without prior permission. >Copyright Info Url: @ilyaskizilkaya Original Digital Capture From a real life scene.. ❤️ #cinema #cinematic #shortfilm #istanbul #turkiye #gelinbasi #photographer #videographer #photography #fotografci #portrait #filmmaking #finalcutpro #photoshop #filmmaker #shortfilm #gelin #damat #love #ask #weddingmovie #dugunhikayesi #weddingvideo #weddingstory #weddingfilm #wedding #dugun #duguncekimi #dugunfotografcisi #gelinsaci
- ✅ https://youtu.be/PzoPUgneleg Wedding Photo Shoot ⎮ 2017 | Merve & Kadir Label: Videographer & Photographer >Copyright: © 2017, İlyas Kızılkaya All Rights Reserved >Copyright Status: Copyrighted Rights Usafe Terms: All rights reserved, no reproduction without prior permission. >Copyright Info Url: @ilyaskizilkaya Original Digital Capture From a real life scene.. ❤️ #cinema #cinematic #shortfilm #istanbul #turkiye #gelinbasi #photographer #videographer #photography #fotografci #portrait #filmmaking #finalcutpro #photoshop #filmmaker #shortfilm #gelin #damat #love #ask #weddingmovie #dugunhikayesi #weddingvideo #weddingstory #weddingfilm #wedding #dugun #duguncekimi #dugunfotografcisi #gelinsaci
- "Michael was always envious when I told him about my adventures with my friends. More than a few times, he'd get dressed up - dawning some sort of quasi-disguise - preparing to go with me, only to back down at the last minute or be held back by his security who would shake their heads and plainly say no to his misguided ambitions. Instead, he'd pour himself a tall glass of orange juice and settle in for the night to watch an old movie on TV, telling me to spend a few extra bucks for him. I happily complied. My friendship with Michael was very special to me, and I like to think it was the same for him. Over the last few years, it always felt awkward to explain the origins of our friendship - that I met him initially when I was fifteen-years-old and that we instantly hit it off. I'd spend days at his Neverland Ranch, my sister, cousins, or other friends joining us in fantastical stretches filled with candy, arcade rides, late night movies and the absolute best chocolate chip cookies of all times. Likewise he'd visit our house in Massachusetts (he was very close to my father as well) where he'd sleep in the guest room. My mom got a great kick out of the fact that every morning Michael stayed, he'd try to make the bed (very badly) and offer to cook breakfast (very badly). Then when I was about 17, Michael invited me on the road with him - he was heading out to Europe on the biggest rock concert at the time (Dangerous tour) and wanted company. I begged and pleaded with my parents to let me go and they eventually said yes. Not a bad way to spend your summer vacation between junior and senior year of High School. Over the years, as Michael faced his scandals, I often reflected on my own experiences with him as a teenager. People would ask me if I had endured anything strange or awkward with him. I'd answer truthfully that in all of my years with him, in every single moment, Michael was nothing but dignified and appropriate, never once doing anything that would be deemed scandalous with me. It was really that simple. Check that. Back to those college days. One night he did call me in a panic. (Continued in Comments)
- "Michael was always envious when I told him about my adventures with my friends. More than a few times, he& #39;d get dressed up - dawning some sort of quasi-disguise - preparing to go with me, only to back down at the last minute or be held back by his security who would shake their heads and plainly say no to his misguided ambitions. Instead, he& #39;d pour himself a tall glass of orange juice and settle in for the night to watch an old movie on TV, telling me to spend a few extra bucks for him. I happily complied. My friendship with Michael was very special to me, and I like to think it was the same for him. Over the last few years, it always felt awkward to explain the origins of our friendship - that I met him initially when I was fifteen-years-old and that we instantly hit it off. I& #39;d spend days at his Neverland Ranch, my sister, cousins, or other friends joining us in fantastical stretches filled with candy, arcade rides, late night movies and the absolute best chocolate chip cookies of all times. Likewise he& #39;d visit our house in Massachusetts (he was very close to my father as well) where he& #39;d sleep in the guest room. My mom got a great kick out of the fact that every morning Michael stayed, he& #39;d try to make the bed (very badly) and offer to cook breakfast (very badly). Then when I was about 17, Michael invited me on the road with him - he was heading out to Europe on the biggest rock concert at the time (Dangerous tour) and wanted company. I begged and pleaded with my parents to let me go and they eventually said yes. Not a bad way to spend your summer vacation between junior and senior year of High School. Over the years, as Michael faced his scandals, I often reflected on my own experiences with him as a teenager. People would ask me if I had endured anything strange or awkward with him. I& #39;d answer truthfully that in all of my years with him, in every single moment, Michael was nothing but dignified and appropriate, never once doing anything that would be deemed scandalous with me. It was really that simple. Check that. Back to those college days. One night he did call me in a panic. (Continued in Comments)
- "Michael was always envious when I told him about my adventures with my friends. More than a few times, he'd get dressed up - dawning some sort of quasi-disguise - preparing to go with me, only to back down at the last minute or be held back by his security who would shake their heads and plainly say no to his misguided ambitions. Instead, he'd pour himself a tall glass of orange juice and settle in for the night to watch an old movie on TV, telling me to spend a few extra bucks for him. I happily complied. My friendship with Michael was very special to me, and I like to think it was the same for him. Over the last few years, it always felt awkward to explain the origins of our friendship - that I met him initially when I was fifteen-years-old and that we instantly hit it off. I'd spend days at his Neverland Ranch, my sister, cousins, or other friends joining us in fantastical stretches filled with candy, arcade rides, late night movies and the absolute best chocolate chip cookies of all times. Likewise he'd visit our house in Massachusetts (he was very close to my father as well) where he'd sleep in the guest room. My mom got a great kick out of the fact that every morning Michael stayed, he'd try to make the bed (very badly) and offer to cook breakfast (very badly). Then when I was about 17, Michael invited me on the road with him - he was heading out to Europe on the biggest rock concert at the time (Dangerous tour) and wanted company. I begged and pleaded with my parents to let me go and they eventually said yes. Not a bad way to spend your summer vacation between junior and senior year of High School. Over the years, as Michael faced his scandals, I often reflected on my own experiences with him as a teenager. People would ask me if I had endured anything strange or awkward with him. I'd answer truthfully that in all of my years with him, in every single moment, Michael was nothing but dignified and appropriate, never once doing anything that would be deemed scandalous with me. It was really that simple. Check that. Back to those college days. One night he did call me in a panic. (Continued in Comments)
- 8 Slides // "A gated private school hidden far from the view of the paparazzi. It was here, on the campus of the Montclair College Preparatory School, that Michael Jackson had a fleeting glimpse of the life of a normal teenager. Founded in 1953, the school has 400 students and has welcomed many children of the rich and famous. Cher fooled around with Sonny in the schoolyard here. Frank Sinatra Jr., Aaron Spelling's kids and those of Berry Gordy, the father of the Motown label, all went to Montclair. Sylvester Stallone's son (with his ever-present bodyguards) and Nicole Richie are all recent alumni. However, their most famous student remains Michael Jackson. He came to the school when he was 14 and stayed two years (9th and 10th grade). His parents wanted him to have some semblance of a normal life. Jackson was already a star then, but he didn't let it show. "He was a super kid," said the school's principal, Mark Simpson. "He was always making jokes; he wanted to be like everyone else. He seemed happy back then. As soon as he left the school walls he went back to being the superstar." The young Jackson was a very good student, very curious and popular with the girls. He would even treat the school to some dance moves now and then. "Michael wore a uniform like all the students, but we gave him a bit of freedom. He could have long hair," Simpson said. The singer was constantly surrounded by his bodyguards, except while he was in class. "Every morning he was dropped off an hour before the start of classes by a chauffeur," Simpson said while looking through the 1973 yearbook. "He would go and see his friend Jon Blosdale, who would finish his homework at the last minute in his car. Sometimes he had to chase Michael away because he would push all the buttons and ask too many questions." The yearbook shows a smiling Jackson with his famous afro mingling with the other students. A far different person than the one he would eventually become. So what happened? "I think in all his life Michael never had a childhood. It looks like he tried to recreate a childhood for himself," Simpson said. (Continued in Comments)
- 8 Slides // "A gated private school hidden far from the view of the paparazzi. It was here, on the campus of the Montclair College Preparatory School, that Michael Jackson had a fleeting glimpse of the life of a normal teenager. Founded in 1953, the school has 400 students and has welcomed many children of the rich and famous. Cher fooled around with Sonny in the schoolyard here. Frank Sinatra Jr., Aaron Spelling& #39;s kids and those of Berry Gordy, the father of the Motown label, all went to Montclair. Sylvester Stallone& #39;s son (with his ever-present bodyguards) and Nicole Richie are all recent alumni. However, their most famous student remains Michael Jackson. He came to the school when he was 14 and stayed two years (9th and 10th grade). His parents wanted him to have some semblance of a normal life. Jackson was already a star then, but he didn& #39;t let it show. "He was a super kid," said the school& #39;s principal, Mark Simpson. "He was always making jokes; he wanted to be like everyone else. He seemed happy back then. As soon as he left the school walls he went back to being the superstar." The young Jackson was a very good student, very curious and popular with the girls. He would even treat the school to some dance moves now and then. "Michael wore a uniform like all the students, but we gave him a bit of freedom. He could have long hair," Simpson said. The singer was constantly surrounded by his bodyguards, except while he was in class. "Every morning he was dropped off an hour before the start of classes by a chauffeur," Simpson said while looking through the 1973 yearbook. "He would go and see his friend Jon Blosdale, who would finish his homework at the last minute in his car. Sometimes he had to chase Michael away because he would push all the buttons and ask too many questions." The yearbook shows a smiling Jackson with his famous afro mingling with the other students. A far different person than the one he would eventually become. So what happened? "I think in all his life Michael never had a childhood. It looks like he tried to recreate a childhood for himself," Simpson said. (Continued in Comments)
- 8 Slides // "A gated private school hidden far from the view of the paparazzi. It was here, on the campus of the Montclair College Preparatory School, that Michael Jackson had a fleeting glimpse of the life of a normal teenager. Founded in 1953, the school has 400 students and has welcomed many children of the rich and famous. Cher fooled around with Sonny in the schoolyard here. Frank Sinatra Jr., Aaron Spelling's kids and those of Berry Gordy, the father of the Motown label, all went to Montclair. Sylvester Stallone's son (with his ever-present bodyguards) and Nicole Richie are all recent alumni. However, their most famous student remains Michael Jackson. He came to the school when he was 14 and stayed two years (9th and 10th grade). His parents wanted him to have some semblance of a normal life. Jackson was already a star then, but he didn't let it show. "He was a super kid," said the school's principal, Mark Simpson. "He was always making jokes; he wanted to be like everyone else. He seemed happy back then. As soon as he left the school walls he went back to being the superstar." The young Jackson was a very good student, very curious and popular with the girls. He would even treat the school to some dance moves now and then. "Michael wore a uniform like all the students, but we gave him a bit of freedom. He could have long hair," Simpson said. The singer was constantly surrounded by his bodyguards, except while he was in class. "Every morning he was dropped off an hour before the start of classes by a chauffeur," Simpson said while looking through the 1973 yearbook. "He would go and see his friend Jon Blosdale, who would finish his homework at the last minute in his car. Sometimes he had to chase Michael away because he would push all the buttons and ask too many questions." The yearbook shows a smiling Jackson with his famous afro mingling with the other students. A far different person than the one he would eventually become. So what happened? "I think in all his life Michael never had a childhood. It looks like he tried to recreate a childhood for himself," Simpson said. (Continued in Comments)

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