Recently was hired to photograph an event. Got to put a lot of my practice and experience to work for this event. Also learned a lot while capturing moments from this event. So goes this process and I will be following up on what I learned on KEH’s blog site in the upcoming weeks. But while photographing this event and while going through the post-event editing process I was struck by how beautiful these folks all were. Every one of them. Not only aesthetically, but a wonderful energy permeated the air. With so much behavioral ugliness on display in the world these days it was very refreshing. Here I present a few samples of the hundreds of photos captured and delivered to share some of the beauty that was on display. Continue reading Beautiful People: A Wonderful Photo Shoot
Adding contributing writer to linked in today. A milestone I have been after for quite some time. KEH contacted me a couple of weeks ago about being a contributing writer for the blog and I accepted. For my first contribution I wanted to interview and spotlight a photography influence and Professor Lonnie Graham graciously accepted my request. Read on to read the blog post and more importantly the interview I had with him.
My daughter just asked the family to watch this movie with her. I do not know what hole I have been in, but this film utterly escaped my notice and having three kids this is an odd oversight. In any event we all enjoyed the movie immensely, myself especially for in it’s reimagining of the story it did away with tired old gender related tropes and allowed the main character, Snow White, to dispense with justice herself rather than merely being in the recipient role requiring rescue. Plenty of humor, effective effects (redundant much), some swordplay, humor and plus there was this dance number at the end. A win all around in my book. -ELW
Immediate dance break. Basically what happened with my kids and I when this song came on during Despicable Me 2 and every time we have heard it since. Previously posted here last month. -ELW
I can add nothing of note to this so here you go…
I originally saw this here:
“Winner for Best Documentary Short at the Los Angeles Cinema Festival of Hollywood as director of “Going Home Again” in July 2013. Shot on location in India, a young man shares his personal story as he journeys from Los Angeles to his ancestral home to honor the memory of his parents and to seek spiritual healing.” www.skipbolden.com