100 wednesdays – october 9, 2013

October 31, 2013

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Part of my 100 Wednesdays journey this month included a photo shoot for a friends exhibition at the Sierra Arts Foundation. This opportunity really allowed me work on different aspects of my photography and gain a better understanding of shooting events, art, indoor lighting and people. What did I learn? I have a long way to go in understanding how all these elements interrelate with one another. But, I really enjoyed the creative process behind the camera. I could move about the space and be incognito, which I loved, and participate in the event in a totally different way. Special thanks to Sharon DeMattia for asking me to shoot her event.

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