Monthly Archives: October 2011
In total, I got to participate in 3 shoots yesterday, a great fashion photography workshop organized by the New Orleans Photo Alliance. The first session was instructed by the ever capable Theresa Cassagne. I will post the 2nd and 3rd shoots later on, as I … Read More →
Based on a conversation about “granola” and what that word implies outside of snack foods. We were already shooting similar scenes to this, but the model was particularly charged about the stereotype, so decided to use it as an impromptu prop. Background: “Protest Series 5″ … Read More →
I’ve set up lights in my bedroom before, but this was the first time I moved all of my bedroom furniture (with my girlfriend’s help) in order to maximize space. I’m not crazy about the spill bouncing off the ceiling, but it could be a … Read More →
Day 2 of the Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk, organized locally by the New Orleans Photo Experience. On this day, we went through the French Quarter, sticking mainly on and around Royal St, ending in Jackson Square.
In an unexpected but pleasant turn of events, Rebecca came by the apartment, and I shot a few frames of her and her boyfriend. I had my lights already set up for a shoot that was ultimately canceled, so this was somewhat of a consolation … Read More →
Had a great time with the 1st day of the Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk, organized locally by the New Orleans Photo Experience. I’m going to split up a few of the sections of the day and highlight a few of those in the next … Read More →