Alexander Calder's Flamingo sculpture in Chicago's Federal Center Plaza.
I’m in Chicago for an 8-week internship with photographer Paul Elledge and his team. Paul is a very driven, unstoppable, creative soul, and it’s super motivating to be around the caliber of work that he does.
Chicago people are friendly, the architecture is amazing, and the food is fab. I’m a very lucky lady.
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photo by bryan regan
It’s internship time, and I’m lucky to have connected with Bryan Regan Photography in Raleigh. I like Bryan’s fresh style. I also appreciate how forthcoming he is about how he runs his business, and how sharing he is in general about his work (e.g., he posts lighting setup shots on his blog.)
In addition to assisting with people and product shots and having a fun, fun afternoon of pen tooling yesterday (don’t ask why, but I actually find it relaxing), I have free reign to set up my own shots in the studio, and a couple times Byran has declared that it’s time to go on a photo walk.
And when is the last time your internship supervisor took you to see the hellriders on the wall of death?