Wednesday, July 1, 2009
W.C.Fields once said, "Never work with children or animals." I wonder if he meant children and animals were difficult to direct, or that he was afraid he'd be upstaged? From my experience, I'd say it was a little bit of both.
While searching for images to show at last night's, ASMP Philly "Expose Yourself" social event, I decided to show images I had shot for The Mainline Animal Rescue. This was the perfect opportunity as I could combine two verticals into one horizontal image that would fit better into the presentation. I sized each at just under 400 pixels wide and pasted them into a new white background that was 8oo pixels wide.
The price of admission was six bucks, six images or a six pack of beer. Thanks to Blake Discher for that suggestion and thanks to Jim Graham of PowerPlant Studios, for hosting. The event was well attended with over thirty Philadelphia photographers showing their work.