Monday, April 24, 2017

Shoot Twelve - NECCC Conference II

Edinburg - Must have been a tough one as only four (4) of you responded! For me it was the Military Tattoo. . .

"Kiley in the Tea House

Still at UMASS and the NECCC Conference, I checked out the models available. There are usually four set-ups with a change of models every half-hour. Problem might be that you are in line to shoot "Kiley" and her time has expired so she is replaced.

Kiley, as is the case with all of the models, was very cooperative. They will pose in any angle you ask and use the props that are available.

Here I chose the fan to add some mystery to her pose.

While taking her through post-processing, I felt there should be more to the image. I remembered I had an Asian tea house from Vancouver. I pulled it and situated it behind her. I then went the monochromatic route.

Where in the World?

Better get out the atlas as this year I will be featuring some of the more famous cities of the world! Here are some interesting facts about one of them. Just what city would I be visiting? 

one of the greatest cities in the world, 

it has played a crucial role, both in the its country’s history as well as the history of the world.

it is a city of extremes. On one hand is its remarkable past, while on the other hand you can see this capital city buzzing with the energy typical of the 21st century.

As a tourist destination, it is a place best seen on foot. With numerous museums and several palaces and religious centers to see, you will never get tired of walking here.

Another sight that will pull you towards itself is that of Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed, also known as St. Basil Cathedral. This cathedral was built to commemorate its country’s victory over Poland in the 16th century.

Helpful hint: the most famous place in the whole city is actually a fortified complex consisting of several government buildings, palaces, as well as several ancient churches. It was built in the year 1156.

A Word to the Wise. . .

"Life is either a daring adventure or 

nothing at all." 

~ Helen Keller

Murphy's Laws. . .

Howard's Party Law:

The more food you prepare, 
the less your guests eat.

It's Cartoon Time. . .

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