Meet the Flintstones--End of Summer Photo Shoot!

September 17, 2013  •  1 Comment

 

Meet the Flinstones!

 


 

Over this past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending the “Meet the Flintstones--End of Summer Photo Shoot “Hosted by Jason Mielke.  Of High Impact Creations, LLC it was a great event and the weather was nice enough to hold out .Everyone was able to have a nice day of shooting and from what I could tell; everyone was also able to get some rather exceptional shots!

 

This was the last big shoot out of the summer and Jason picked the perfect place for it.  It was held at a 33-acre limestone quarry in Clinton, WI.  I will be the first to admit I was not sure what I was getting myself into with this shoot, but boy am I glad that I went.  There where lots of old cars, gravel roads swallowed up by tall weeds, large, open expanses that look like deserts, massive piles of gravel, a small retention pond, and last but not least a big machine shop!

 

I had the opportunity to work with three great models whose photos I will be posting over the next several days.  I would like to extend a special thanks to Nikki, Angela May. Sherri and Alyissa.  We where able to collaborate with one another and come up with some stellar images  Not to toot my own horn too much, but I think the work that I did with Nikki and Angela is some of my best “on location” work to date!

 

As with most events of this capacity, there is always room for confusion.  I am sad to say I was stuck in the middle of some of it this time around.  I do not feel the need to throw my dirty laundry around; however, to the other photographers that I had a huge misunderstanding with I do apologize.  After doing some homework I have come to find out that the circumstances surrounding our disagreement could of been avoided if the model in question had been a bit more forthcoming in who she was suppose to be shooting with and when.

 

All and all it was a fantastic day.  Special thanks to both Jason and Mark the quarry owner for making such a great shoot happen.  I can only hope that everyone else has as good of a time as I did!

 

Until Next Time...

 

Angela MayAngela May

 

 

www.elizabethsusancarter.com

 

 

 


Comments

1.Don R(non-registered)
I think that too often the general public misunderstands how much real work is involved in photography & modeling. Not the least of which is the fact that so often one's "co-workers" are relative (if not COMPLETE) strangers! Add to the mix the various definitions that creative minds have of the term "success", and you have a social setting that is ripe for fueling conflict!

The measure of a good photographer lies not only in their ability to create art from light, lines & shadows,.. but more importantly, in their people skills! The ability to walk into a setting and encourage cooperation toward a shared vision. In every example I have seen of Your work, including your description of the misunderstanding in question,.. YOU are a great photographer!
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