Read about what I learn as I move into the world of taking pictures for strangers.
What Talented Kids We Have
I had fun this evening shooting the altar servers' mime presentation of the Stations of the Cross at our church. They did a very nice job and I was able to get several decent shots. Nice job everyone and thanks to Mr. B. for running the show. My son enjoyed himself (and he doesn't usually like performing "in front of people").
Hopefully this proves to be the beginning of a productive photography weekend. I'm planning to go to an open house at the park where I hope to be shooting a six-family graduation party in May--cross your fingers all six families like my proposal. It should be a good opportunity to get the lay of the land.
I plan to follow-up that on Sunday with a trip to the Franklin Park Conservatory where I'll meet up with a few folks from the photography club at work. We're (supposed) to be working on a photo scavenger hunt between February and April and I'm WAY behind on that. It looks like there will be many opportunities to shoot items off our shot list.
On other photography fronts, I've sorted through the 2000+ digital images and video clips I've received and have them sorted by event. There are still about 14 families yet to submit, so we'll see how many more images that ends up being. My current task is to scan the prints that were submitted--fortunately having been through the digital images will allow me to skip having to scan near-duplicate prints. I'm hoping to start putting the video together in another week or two. Wish me lots of luck, or laugh at me for taking this on. Your choice.
I hope spring has found its way to you. It seems to have gotten lost here in central Ohio. We have a winter storm watch in effect this weekend. At least that means I don't have to work outside this weekend.
Talk to you later.
Keywords: The Journey
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