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group shot for james.

This was shot for James a couple of weeks ago. Nathan, Sara, Kirbi and I worked in a Group together for this...


Business Magazine.

This was an assignment (reshoot) for Chuck. I decided to shoot this particular project over because my last shot wasn't verticle. I thought Katie fit the part well for a librarian. I used my 20 D, a lens baby and available light.



Yesterday James took the commercial class to Kreber to shoot an assignment. Our group had a layout of a living room. This is one of the shots.

business portrait

Tom Sineath, founder of T.S. Designs poses for a business portrait last saturday. I shot this on my 20 D with a off camera flash. Settings were ISO 100 f/ 11 at 1/200.



James gave us a scavenger hunt to do in class. There were 29 different situations and as a group (Jean, Johanna, Jean and I) we had to split up the shots and shoot them. They were shot in various places around RCC. I shot these with my 20D at different settings.



I shot these for John's MP1, over the weekend. I used my 20 D at different settings for each shot. These were all taking inside with window light.


Natty Greene's

I've been working with Kevan and Doug on our group project. These are three shots I did at Natty Greene's in Greensboro. I used window light and reflectors and my 20 d.



"If my muscles hurt, it just means I've used them. If it hurts to walk up the stairs, it's just cause I've done it a hundred times to lay down next to a man who loved me. My face may have wrinkles, but I have laid under hundreds of skies on sunny days. I look like this, well, because I drank and I smoked and I lived and I loved and I screwed my way through a pretty damn good life. Getting old isn't bad. It's earned. "

as part of the assignment, we had to shoot on 4x5 trans. film. I used a Calumet large format camera and two broncolor strobes to light it. For this particular shot I used my 20d settings were ISO 100, f/11 at 1/125.