John and I also go way back — he was in that same first class that Jillian Miller and I shared five years ago. John is an amazing actor, starring in many of Eastern University’s plays and performances over the years. A whiles back, John approached me about getting more up-to-date headshots taken so he can go out and get cast in other theatres. Well, he certainly didn’t need me to do that; he’s become quite the commodity in the greater Philadelphia area. But new headshots couldn’t hurt 🙂 It was fun working with John and I think we ended up with some pretty good shots. Enjoy!
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Beeeeeeeeeecause why not? Fun story: I was waiting for a client (photos to come soon) when I saw all these bees in these flowers. I was bored, so I decided to try to get some photos of the bees. I never tried to take a picture of something that small before with my 7D. My 30D always had trouble with it. Apparently the 7D was up to the task, so I got some awesome photos! Hopefully I’ll be out there again, trying to capture some more insects and flowers and whatnot. This was a lot of fun.
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Quick note about the next two: I just want to show you how high quality the 7D’s images are. I could crop closer if I wanted to, but I decided that the composition of the photo would get worse if I got any closer. Check that detail out! Wow! And I didn’t even do extra editing!
Remember these two? They’re the ones who first got engaged on stage. Naturally, that’s where we started on our shoot before heading outside. This was my first engagement photoshoot ever (wow). I think we did a good job! Congratulations you two!
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The second (and surprisingly last) senior portrait session of the season. Dan’s been a friend of mine for the past four years, so it was nice to be able to do this for him. Dan’s a bit of a jokester, so it was a little difficult to catch a photo of him when he wasn’t in the middle of telling a joke or laughing at one of mine. In the end, though, I think we were both happy with the results.
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Another end-of-the-year show, this one was presented by Kat Moorman. Much like a senior recital, Kat and her friends presented a variety of songs from different musicals. Kat has since graduated, but was an active member of the theatre department during her time at Eastern. You might remember her as the lead female character in Carousel. All proceeds from this concert went to charity.
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It’s been a while since my last post. I’m glad to say that it’s because I’ve been so busy with new and exciting photoshoots! With that in mind, I’m going to keep my comments brief over the next few posts.
Before the school year ended, Eastern University’s Theatre Department put on one last show, featuring many never-before-seen pieces, written and directed by the students themselves. The night’s entertainment included poetry by two amazing student poets and short, interesting plays. Below I’ve included a photo from every play/poet. Enjoy!
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Here are a few shots of Eastern University’s 2011 Baccalaureate ceremony. It was a beautiful event held at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church that included messages from then soon-to-be graduates Jennifer Kane and Evan Kerstetter, a musical selection by the University Choir, a special musical selection by some of the graduating music majors, an address by Professor Van Weigel, and finally a candle -lighting ceremony to close (pictured above). Congratulations Class of 2011! You will be missed!