#528 Assignment Spotlight + Heather Morton Show

I went back to Westboro Academy to continue developing their base of imagery from which they promote the school.

We worked on creative ways to provide a quantity of work within their budget. That included shooting with an editorially based, available light style that allowed me to save time (and money) by leaving strobes packed away while producing work to attract students.

I am limited as to what I can show here – student privacy – but you can see some of my work from the previous shoot on their home page. With each assignment more of my work appears on their site replacing older photos.

I delivered the work last week and they were very happy with the results. Very happy. And that makes me happy!

Assignment Spotlight

Assignment Spotlight

… In other news, I attended Heather Morton‘s show that she describes on her blog as “Me and What I Think Of the State of Photography in general and Some Ideas to Bring You Success.”

The show brought in a good crowd of mostly working photographers (thanks to CAPIC for organizing.) Heather spoke about the world of photography and promotion – her ideas reminded the audience of important, targeted elements that should lead you closer towards success!

Many veterans of the Ottawa photo community showed up to take notes while many younger, less known faces soaked up Heather’s advice.

Onwards, upwards!

2 thoughts on “#528 Assignment Spotlight + Heather Morton Show

  1. It was a good night Harry! Lots of good information. Thanks for introducing me to some of those ‘veterans’ too!