Teaching Katrina


I’ve begun teaching one of my models, Katrina White, how to take pictures.

Here’s my photographs from the last shoot she did with her friend Lior.

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Katrina’s doing a great job.

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My photo of Lior.


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Pop Haydn in the 21st Century.

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Sophie Evans demonstrates her fire eating ability.

Recently my good friend master magician Pop Haydn had a show at the Magicopolis, I tagged along with my Fuji X100 and heres what I got.

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Pop in the midsts of a prophetic vision.

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It was really a good show and the audience was very appreciative.

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Bonnie Gordon and Joshua Kranz warming up before the show.

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Pop pontificating for the people.

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Bonnie Gordon

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Pop in his element.


Great balls of fire its Sophie Evans.

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Just for the record, I love rope tricks.

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Bonnie Gordon and Joshua Kranz.

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Pop in a bit of trouble.

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Pop outside the temple of the Placebo indians god-king.


Pop going over his lines before the show.

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Matter transportation can be a tricky thing.

It was a great show, I am very glad I attended.

I will also be photographing Pop’s next show and attending the Magic Castles 50th anniversary event at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles.  Hopefully I will have more exciting photos from these events to share with you.

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Using an aluminum shop reflector as a photographic light source.

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Katrina White, Fuji X100 at f2

After having had a bit of success using an old halogen lamp as a bare bulb light source, I decided to see what stepping up to a 12 inch aluminum reflector with a 60 watt bulb would do.


Katrina White, Fuji X100 at f2.

I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of light I received from the reflector when it was approximately eight feet from my subject.


Katrina White, Fuji X100 at f2

I would recommend using one of these in a pinch.  Its cheap, clips to anything and is way more controllable than just a bare lightbulb.


Ten dollars at Wal Mart.

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