Category: "Photography"

Photojournalism Project

05/02/10 | by Comp615 [mail] | Categories: Photography

This weekend was the opening of our class' gallery featuring everyone's work from the semester. It was fantastic to see the incredible variety of projects people worked on. It's also amazing to see how far our projects have come from the second week of school where no one had a clue about what they wanted to do. It was incredibly hard to narrow it down to 10 photos for the show after shooting hundreds this semester, but the end result looks pretty cool!

In order to try to give you an idea of what it looks like, I've created a gallery-esque type thing on my photo blog. Please go check out my project (Click to advance) and let me know what you think!


Photography Update

08/02/09 | by Comp615 [mail] | Categories: Photography

So I'm looking for input on what photography type things I should get with my earnings this summer. It's tough trying to figure out what I want/need. Options are below:
Wide-Angle lens
Second Flash/Better Wireless Triggers
Umbreallas/Light Stands + Mounts

Anyways, while looking at wide angle lenses, I came across this gem of a video (Time-lapse photography) which is just too awesome not to share:


AP Photo Challenge

05/28/09 | by Comp615 [mail] | Categories: Photography

I've recently heard complaints from many of my deer (sic) readers, who have complained about the lack of photographic content. In order to please them, a friend and I have started the AP photo challenge. The idea is that we will both try to take 5-10 pictures a day, and post our favorite from the day. This means...hold your can see two brand new photos per day!!! One from me and one from him (ideally).

Because I'll be posting lots of photos there, I might only post a few favorites on my personal photoblog. My second photo from the challenge is already one of my favorites.

Anyways, check out the photo challenge site. Subscribe to the RSS feed for it! Because there are going to be some quality pictures posted there over the summer, so keep an eye out!!!

I'm sorry!

02/28/09 | by Comp615 [mail] | Categories: Photography, Theater

It's been two weeks since I last really updated you on my life. But this is with good reason: I've been very busy. Between Equus and Laughing Stock there's hardly been any time to work on those pesky midterms I've been taking. However I'm almost out of the forest. Tonight is my final (basically) theater engagement for the semester. We just have to take everything down and it's over! Also, I will be inducted into the Dramat tonight as well (tomorrow morning I guess). This means that I've completed 3 shows on how time flies. Anyways, more unexciting work to do the rest of this week studying.

What is exciting however, is that spring break is a mere one week away. That's right, in precisely one week I will be on a plane to Colorado to ski and improv. There is no break like a tour break. So I'm thrilled to be able to hang out with the VQ for a week and then see all the people from EL I miss so much.

But what's even more exciting than that (for you) is my photoblog. If you check it regularly then you already know this, but if you expect that I will notify you every time I post a picture, than you are also correct. I have posted 6 new pictures. That's right 6 great pictures of school, sports, and more. They aren't actually new, but I don't always keep all my YDN photos, so I went and raided their server this weekend. They however the most recent 6 on the site, so just check out the photoblog and look at all my pictures! Let me know what you think!


Equus Lives!

02/19/09 | by Comp615 [mail] | Categories: Photography, Theater

After an exhausting week of attempting to learn how to light a three-quarter thrust show (Audience on three sides), I think we are finally ready to open. As usual, yesterday was the photo show, so I'd just like to share some of those with you. Check them out on facebook! One of my favorite lightingwise scenes was the sex scene, but for obvious reasons, that's not on there. You'll just have to trust me that it was pretty....the lighting that is. Anyways, it should be a pretty fun show to watch, on to Laughing Stock now...

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A collection of musings from my time at Yale along with some thoughts about my "Freshman year of life" in San Francisco.


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