This has been a busy week of what turned out to be a lot of photo-networking (I really hate that expression, but it’s the only properly descriptive one I can come up with right now) We had our monthly PUG meeting at Steve Depinos house Wednesday evening, who gave a cool presentation called ‘How My Mother Runs My Business’, which was a ‘repeat’ of the talk he recently gave in New Orleans. So we were lucky enough to get a local presentation that did not involve flying or drinking overpriced Hurricanes.
Tuesday (i’m going backwards here) was a fun event in Darien at The Meadowlands put on by the Bosco Bridal group, where I caught up with folks in the industry, got gently reminded by vendors that I owe them photographs, and put back a few mini baskets of Fish & Chips. yummy!
But it all started Monday at the Collages C.L.A.S.S. meeting in New Haven at Anthony DeCarlo and Steve Blazo’s studio space in a cool warehouse. When we arrived I felt that they had REALLY gone out of their way to get this all set up for us in advance, with multiple shooting ‘stations’, lighting all set to go and a gaggle of rotating models that went from location to location. It was a neat way to get to photograph multiple models in a very unique setting.
Anyhow if you haven’t tuned out by now- here are some of my results, and I can’t wait to see what everyone else came up with (you know, everyone shooting basically the same thing but with WAY different interpretations!)