In the process of transferring over my blog, the next few posts are dated but still something I’d like to keep on the site.
We offered one hour photo sessions to help raise money for Haiti for three weekends. All of the funds received($200!) was donated to Yele.org. For the event I created a logo sticker for the photographers to wear during the shoot; just a little something to jazz it up a bit. It’s in the main colors of the Haiti Flag and in the shape of a camera to tie in the photo shoot. I decided to call it the PICphoto & Friends for Haiti Event – perfectly fitting since friends/fellow photog enthusiasts came out to give a hand.
Here’s a few photos of your friends who came out, donated $25 for the one hour session, and the photogs who braved the cold with us. To see more photos, go to www.picphoto.smugmug.com/Events
Taylor – DUMBO
First off, I have to admit that I am obsessed with taking photos of toddlers. You can probably call me the paparazzi of kids. There’s just something always intriguing about them and there’s never a dull moment. Once they’ve warmed up to you, they just go on about their ways and explore like the curious little bugs they are. They’re definitely not the easiest to photography since they’re always on the move – but when you do catch that right moment, it’s Kodak (especially all those crazy facial expressions!) And Taylor was definitely no exception to that.