Tuesday, March 1, 2011
to observe and photograph
Madeline Hoak's Aerial class.
An amazing thing to behold, involving
strength, stamina, and grace. Her students
were focused, calm, and attentive to her
directions dispite my being there.
All of them show a burning desire
to get the hang of it, and push it as far
as they can. The health benefits, increased
agility, concentration, reflex, and
not to mention this is so cool.
The wonderful thing about this
is how much I wanted to put down the cameras
and join in. You could feel the concentrated
energy of the class as you moved through the room.
I was in such a good mood after the class.
I really love the twists, turns, and angles
of the bodys you can get when your photographing them.
Da Vinci would have loved this.
Movement of the human body and the elements of
the form can be broken down into its various parts
by the eye, then used to create so many types of Art.
Thinking in terms of abstract painting, the
variations seem utterly endless and sublime.
I can't wait for the next observation period.
If you would like to know more, or give it go,
please contact the wonderful Miss Hoak @
Studio Phoenix would like to thank: Madeline, Kiebpoli,
Nicole, Michelle, Mandy, Christine, Alex, Lindsay,
More photos will be shown,
and as always please leave a comment.
was a stunning exhibit, so much to think about.
Although I was pleased with this roll, I still
feel I could have done more, given the subject matter.
The Images focused more on the people
at the event, but I did show some of
the artwork by it's self and with people
around them and observing.
This I did because I did not want to give
to much away, just enough to get people
interested in traveling into the city
to see it in person.
Photos by K.K.W 2/17/2011
Canon EOS AE, 58mm lens
Walgreens 200 speed film
Please feel free to leave a comment.
other shoots I've done, I wanted to
show images the eye can't see in various stages.
Extreme movement with-in a festive
enviroment, the suroundings still,
while the inhabits begin to fuse with the color
stream in an exciting, confusing look.
All photos by K.K.W
Canon EOS AE 58mm lens
Kodak pro 400 H film