From the VV Daily Press, July 15 2008
A new photography club is planning its second meeting and will focus on portraiture with a planned model photo shoot.
The club is being organized in part by Brent Wood, Victor Valley College Art Department Chair.
“We are moving forward; the group will grow as we do,” Wood said in a statement. “Thank you all for having an interest in this group and photography.”
Joan Sowinski, a local artist, photographer, VVC student and VVC adult volunteer, is providing the club with a building/studio, known as Burning House Art.
Interested photo enthusiasts are asked to bring a camera, tripod, orange extension cords and a hand-held light meter.
The next meeting is planned for 7 p.m. Friday. Prospective models and photographers interested in attending the club may RSVP via e-mail to WoodB@VVC.edu.
It has been a great opportunity to meet talented artists and friendly neighbours. The Club is growing and we are working on getting organized. I will be soon updating this blog with news about the club and working on a blog for the club. Thank you to everyone!
If you live in the Apple Valley area and would like to join, feel free to write an e mail to Brent or to me at email@example.com
Dont get scared by the first part, it gets better, not THAT much better, but better.
The word MASTER has always made me smile...including all the other words that contain MASTER, like MASTERCLASS, for example. It does sound ULTIMATE, like if there is nothing else beyond that point, like GOD, like CREATOR....like CHOCOLATE.
One lesson is surely important: "Get the light close to the subject to get a more harsh effect" and at this point the lightmeter is questioning its importance in the "picture".
I do wish the model had a bra. Just for the sake of it.
My suggestion to the master is to sit up the model, because its ultimately the polite thing to do.
Another detail, the "look away" is not meant to be done that way, not to mention the orange skin in the color hi key....hhhmmmmmm...
The word "chocolate" is much better than "master".
My new web site is finally on, still missing the galleries but I am working on it.
I wanted some movement, so I decided to use Adobe Flash for the design and I have to say it has been a journey, since it was my first time using Flash. I am glad about the result and I am looking forward to have the portfolio pages up and running.
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