Filed under: Art Gallery | Tags: gallery crawl, justin hopper, lisa toboz, pittsburgh, poetry and art, public records
In July, Jeff and I are in Public Record, a multi-media exhibition curated by Justin Hopper that illustrates poetry written about crimes and gossip in Victorian Pittsburgh newspapers. I woke up at 7:30 this morning to take advantage of the early light, much to Jeff’s dismay. He was a crabby model, so pictures were challenging!
Photo shoots are much like writing a first draft of a story – I write and write to see where the characters take me before I revise, and with the camera, I take shot after shot, trusting the environment and the model to take me to unexpected places in my photo narratives. I love when the idea I set out with ends up being something completely different.
These are some of the outtakes for “Dawn in the Big City: A Town Arises From its Slumbers.”
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