I have this paper due for a class I’m in – I’m a full time student at CSUSB – and it’s due tomorrow. And I have a host of other things I need to do also – before tomorrow. But I’m bound and determined to catch this blog up to the present. So, from October 12, 2010, here are a few shots – documentary like – from the Collaboration Project I went too. I like going to these things but they are in LA and I’m in Victorville. Gas is brutal.
LAFD – when I was walking up to the Collab Project, I passed by the fire truck. They were called out to another studio for reasons unknown to me.
The Brewery Complex land mark.
I met the young lady at the event but have forgotten her name. I’m notorious for that but this is really an artistic photo.
A little background: The Collaboration Project is a cool gathering of artist at the Brewery complex in LA. Kevin Flint is the man behind the project. And I even have a photo that I took up on his web site – that’s cool. Oh, Kevin is the guy on the stairs.
Look at the photos on the wall behind the guest.
You know this guy – he was there too. And this photo is on the Collab Project web site. Sweet.
I always take photos of females. I’m a guy. This one with a flash.
This one without a flash.
Eight photos – aperture, shutter speed, ISO – nothing notable. For the record, I set the ISO at 1600 and shot in the program mode – it keeps it simple. I shot this all with my kit lens, EF-S18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS, and my Canon EOS Rebel XS. Let’s try this again tomorrow.