Class Pictures Redux

Hep me with th’ names, now… you send ’em in, and I’ll add ’em in.

Christina Taylor, Kari Ostrem, Alison Hargreaves, Lynn Bulgrin, Devyn Condill, Amy Flolo, Matt Cox, Scott Brown, Todd Paglialong…

Kasia Gutkowska Mattson, Brad Knochel, Catherine Chinnock; that little Bosnian girl who was gone after freshman year…

Scott Kelley, Sam Taylor, Joel Canter, Mike Arimond…

Rachel Garrison, Steve McWilliams, Darren Hanifl…

See also:

Oh, and this SX-70 (I think it’s Colleen Logue’s):

(Somebody can take their sharpening tool to this one, but don’t let all the charm ooze out of it.)

MYOFT, part 2

How’s this for a succinct set of concerns?

“The technical aspects of the workshop were mercifully brief:

1. Shoot wide—Peter asked that we use a single focal length wide angle lens in the range of 28–35mm field of view (FOV) either by using a prime or fast wide zoom. If using a zoom, he asked us to actually tape the zoom at that one focal length.

2. Get close.

3. Shoot in shutter-priority mode at a shutter speed sufficient to freeze action on the street (typically 125th or 250th of a second) and adjust ISO so that the resulting aperture is small enough to provide sufficient depth of field.

4. Try to capture the subjects within their context.

5. Watch your frame lines.

6. No flash.

That’s it! We didn’t discuss gear; RAW vs. JPEG; photo editing software or techniques, or any of that.”

Read the rest at and our part 1 at