I don’t know what I’m trying to say with my essay anymore. In contrast to the loud, rambunctious children, here are my two favorite boys. I see the friends as old men in training, standing around, talking about the good old days. They used to be able to wander the […]
Month: February 2011
I’ve ran into the same kid for five days now. Here’s a small section of his life, which mainly consists of shouting, waving his arms wildly, and hitting his girlfriend. None of these photos show the bruises on her face that were fairly prominent last week.
it explains the costumes, though i didn’t dare ask the kids if they got the reference.
A thank you to the lovely Wendy for modeling!
Technical Exercise 8
This should tide you over until I finish shooting and editing this week. Pretty awesome, right? No?
Jacksonville: after a break
Warm weather brings out the hooligans. Been following one particular hooligan for a couple of days but those photos don’t form anything cohesive yet. So here’s some good old-fashioned small-town fun.
Apparently, Tuesdays are gymnastics days.
This weekend I was relieved of the bulk of my work and told to focus only on light. It seems counter-intuitive, since photography is scientifically, invariably, about light. You can’t take a photo without light. So photographing only light seems, I don’t know, both impossible and inevitable. Please enjoy this […]
Umbrella ella ella ay ay ay
My first foray into umbrella lighting. Thanks to the snow for forcing us to shoot inside, and to Samantha for stuffing herself into a locker.
Another day at the Creative Endeavors Workshop last Friday. My goal is to visit them one afternoon a week for their 90-ish minute program, in order to break up the monotony of Jacksonville (both for my sanity and for variety in my grad review).