I'm not really inspired to write as of late, but I did want to share just a few pieces of art I've helped create right here at home in Minneapolis recently.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Dave Levingston made a long trek from his home in Springfield, Ohio to come up to the North Shore to visit and shoot with me. We've been here since late Sunday and have had a wonderful time of shooting, talking, hiking, eating and exploring. Unfortunately, we both go home tomorrow.
Yes, and I've been shooting too! I brought my Lubitel, and have shot 3 rolls of film. 2 of which were black and white, so I'll be developing those when I get home. Expect to see some of the results of those relatively soon.
This is my favorite place in the world to be, and I'm so happy I got the opportunity to share it with my friend, Dave.
Short post, as Dave has been covering most of the trip on his blog. Visit there for the in depth scoop about our adventures.
Friday, June 4, 2010
The release of the f-eleven vol. 2 photography book benefits the Autism Research Institute.
100% of the proceeds from the sales of the f-eleven vol. 2 will be donated to the Autism Research Institute. The coffee table quality photography book, edited by internationally published photographer and art director Wolf189, features the work of 19 talented photographers of multiple genres. The result is a trend-challenging, and visually stimulating collection presented in a luxurious format. Printed on 100lb coffee table book standard paper with a silky finish, the book will handle many years of viewing.
"We hope that this book would help raise awareness and provide some financial assistance for this worthy cause," said Leo Lam, a fashion photographer in Seattle, and one of the contributors of f-eleven vol. 2.
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f-eleven is an exclusive private photography group. The book project was started by its members in late 2009, and since then have produced two book releases. The books are diverse and progressive, with the fundamental aim to affect small positive changes in worthy causes; one shutter click at a time.
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