Thursday, February 28, 2013

George Georgiou's modern Turkey project on FeatureShoot

George and his wife Vanessa Winship came and talked a few years ago in the VCB, and he showed us this project, then a new body of work. It just showed up on Feature Shoot this past month. Pretty neat stuff. He shoots with a cheap point-and-shoot camera, which I was a little conflicted about when he came to lecture, but re-investigating his images, it obviously doesn't matter what the hell camera you use. I believe this work was showcased at MoMA in 2010. Cool stuff.

Here's the link to the FeatureShoot article

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Free Photo Stitching Software

For those in Advanced Color and others interested in stitching panoramas may want to try out this free software.

Some seriously Hardcore ski photography

For those of you wanting to pursue ski photography up here the north, check out the dedication to getting the job done here

Paco Peregrin


 Paco Peregrin is an avante garde Spanish fashion photographer.  Enjoy.  http://www.pacoperegrin.com/main.html



Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Little Miss Sunshine Panorama Session





Advanced Color class working on a Nodal Ninja stitched panorama

Friday, February 15, 2013

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Lee Jeffries

You may have heard of him before but maybe not, this is Lee Jeffries work.  He is a street photographer in England and this series is titled Homeless. Enjoy

http://leejeffries.500px.com/homeless/


Being ninjas with the nodals

Just a casual game of leap frog... 


Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Clorox

I was the model in Portraiture this morning.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

polaroids anyone??


If anyone has any color polaroid film you're trying to get rid of, let me know! ($$$$$$$ for you) and maybe some cookies

Saturday, February 2, 2013

A Day Of Camera Obscura Progress...

 The Camera Obscura Project had some real progress on Friday.  We got together in Cheever and had a nice long afternoon of brainstorming, model creating, and caffeine abuse.  We are now well on our way to creating a aesthetically pleasing Camera Obscura.  Here are just a few pictures of our progress...
 
 We tore up some old overhead projectors and salvaged their lenses and mirrors...

 We examined some models made by very talented architects...

 We even let Patrick play with our 600mm press camera lens...
 We turned a room into a camera obscura...
 Clare drank coffee...
   And here are our two multifaceted professors cracking the whip.