To those of you who were expecting sea creatures in New Orleans per my last post, apologies -- you will have to wait. There has been some clamor for the photo session during which I fell into a hole, skinned my elbow and knee, scratched up my camera, and was asked by a homeless guy, "Are you ok?!"
So here it is. We were told to "experiment with viewpoint, angle, and space."
Here are my feet above the hole...after I got out and dusted myself off.
1. i don't see light problems. it's nice! but then what do i know.ReplyDelete
2. so colorful! mine are so dreary yet again.
3. i see the side of what used to be bloom's. RIP, bloom's.
Oooh very colorful! We should go on photoshoots together when I come back to LA.ReplyDelete
I love these! You have some really cool shots!ReplyDelete
Really great! Your art was worth the fall.ReplyDelete
Hmmmmm you fell into a pit? Is this life imitating art? Should we expect to see you featured in one of BroMo's upcoming episodes?ReplyDelete
ack, hope you are ok!ReplyDelete
great photos, however you couldn't pay me to stay at the "american hotel." yikes.
You are totally inspiring me to take a photography class now! Nice work... including falling into a hole. Glad you're not hurt!ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear you royally ate it, Rivers. I fall all the time (you should see my knees). In happier news, your Julius shoes are bitchin'!ReplyDelete
I'm LOVING all the graffiti shots. So awesome!ReplyDelete
These are some of my favorite photos you've ever taken!!! I don't know quite why I'm so smitten by super urban photos. Maybe because I'm a gangsta at heart.ReplyDelete
I once completely fell on a street in downtown SF; a homeless guy came rushing over (with his cart!) to ask if I was okay. I think it's the mark of a true city girl. :)
*sigh* I knew I should have taken that photo class with you guys... :(ReplyDelete
Dang it! Your Native American wall mural has a white buffalo. Now The Great White Buffalo song is stuck in my head!!!!!ReplyDelete
great stuff! Thanks for telling me about your site.ReplyDelete
jessica (from photography class)
those are great shots!ReplyDelete
i'm amused at the sign in the first one, considering what happened during this shoot.
I want to print some of those out and frame them!ReplyDelete
Great photos, I give you an A+!ReplyDelete
BTW, I love the shoes
so excited for this class.ReplyDelete
Awesome pics! (^_^) Some really creative graffiti shots with good color and lighting balance.
Those pictures are great! And that isn't a hole...it truly is a pit. WTH...why didn't they cover that up?! Glad you were ok.ReplyDelete
wow, super-nice, i'm thinking about taking a class next semester.ReplyDelete
keep it up.
don't worry about Taste of the Nation, just one of the many food events that take place fairly frequently in lovely L.A.
see you in the next one for sure :)
Nice kicks. Julius was the answer to one of the questions at our weekly trivia night (www.geekswhodrink.com) we got first place--BOOSH!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I really must take this class.ReplyDelete
Amazing shots! Love the urban focus.ReplyDelete
What kind of camera are you using? They're so sharp and saturated with color!
I'm sorry, I really shouldn't laugh about you falling into a hole, but when I saw the pic of your PF shoes, I couldn't help it. Hope you're ok. AMAZING photos. Serious. M loves urban photos and graffiti art - I'm going to forward this to him too.ReplyDelete
Good stuff! I especially like the photo of the homeless man and the "loading only" sign. Mainly because of your use of DOF.ReplyDelete
I can tell by your shots that you experimented with angles, it looks like you may have done some kneeling and squatting....I hope you get an A!
I loved your pictures from last week. So cool!ReplyDelete
I'm struggling with the assignment for this week. Stupid sun is so not cooperating. :/