I have photographing & video taking behind the scenes of "Legend of the Grassman". I am hoping to get some pics from the producer to post here. But, if you are interested here is a link to their website.
For the blog: http://grassmanmovie.wordpress.com/
For the website: http://www.monkeyltd.com/blog/entry.asp?ENTRY_ID=111
I am really enjoying doing this! Can't wait to post some pics'
Not sure which angle I like better, I am leaning more towards the first one. I like the angle I took it at but I also like the fact that its not head on. The second, I like too because you can see more of her face and her smile. Which is better?
I like this. 2 people in a common place/setting,dressed completely different from each other.I think the 2 subjects mesh well together. Also, I like the idea that neither are directly looking or interacting with each other. Because of the location, I had a lot of shading from the surrounding trees.
I'm back to carrying my camera around w/me 24/7. Today, I had 2 photo opts but my feelings got in the way. 1st: was a homeless man curled up sleeping in between a big potted plant & a wall of an entrance. 2nd: was a man in an alley writting (words,not pictures) on cardboard boxes. In both instances, I felt like I was invading their privacy that I should not be there unless welcomed. Unfortunately in either cases, I did not take the shot even though I really wanted to. My question to you is: Should I have taken a quick shot? My gut is telling me that I should have taken the shot of the sleeping man but ask the alley man if I could take his picture. I actually went back to see if either were still there but neither were, chalking this up to a lesson of think quick. What is your opinion?
Finally things have died down enough I can start back on my photography...new play is to take photos(duh). I would like to take 1 photo and comment on it..what I think about and such. Hoping you will also comment with your ideas. Tonight I will be my 1st day. Would like to do this once a week if not more..we will see.