Thought I would just update you on what has been happening this summer so far. I have gotten into a bit of a routine. Basically my schedule monday through friday is like this:
9:30 - 11:18: Class at OSU. I'm taking history 151. It's the history on the americas. It's interesting because I'm learning new things about things I am familiar with. But it's just constant lecture and a lot of notes. And it also has a lot of reading =/
Then I eat lunch somewhere, sometimes I'll visit chris at bento and chill for a bit before heading to my photo internship.
I either go to my internship at 12 or 1 depending on if there is a shoot that day.
1:00 - 5:00: Internship. At the internship I usually have a couple of projects I work on. If there are shoots, then I assist on them by holding reflectors or set up equipment.
Then after work, I go home and change. Then I just go hang out with friends or whatever.
Last week, I have been over to A's house to work on her bathroom. We took off the wallpaper and then painted the walls and ceilings. If you have been following my vlogs, www.youtube.com/victorhuang20 then you will see the color and stuff. It's been an interesting but fun experience.
So that's my schedule for a month. School, work, play. It's not as stressful because I'm taking one class. It's nice. It's been a fun summer for far. Busy but fun!
A couple of days' ago, I had a little info session at my house with my friends. A lot of them recently just got dslr's and have not clue what the cameras do. So I went through the basics: aperture, shutter speed, iso. It was fun. I did a little shoot to demonstrate some off camera lighting and things like that. Here is a photograph of my friend chris. Yes, you can see the light in the background and it isn't the best composed image, but I was just showing some lighting.
Alright, that's it for now, if you want to see more of my life, then watch my video logs at www.youtube.com/victorhuang20
The quarter is over and I passed all my classes! Yay. Summer is here and my house' ac is broken. booo. But everything is good and it's going to be an amazing summer. A lot of my traveling/work plans fell through and it looks like I will be in Columbus the majority of the summer. I thought it would be a good idea to make a list of things that I want to accomplish this summer.
1. Teach chris how to drive =)
2. do my devos every morning
3. work out every day (running/lifting)
4. hangout/have fun (everyday!)
HAHA..what a small list of things. Oh well. I also am taking one class for the first half this summer and I also have an internship with CMH (commercial studio).
I will keep everyone updated with vlogs and posts about stuff. Should be a nice fun summer!
I leave you with a image I took during finals week. This is the lead singer of the band This Love. They performed at Newport. Pretty sweeeeet!
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Here is a different angle of the concert.
Victor Huang =)
I got a chance through the Lantern to photograph Lupe Fiasco for the Big Three Concert Weekend. Fun stuff. Here are the images. I did a little Behind the Scenes video also for those who want to know what I do when I photograph concerts. Fun stuff.
A couple of weeks ago, I went down to the scioto river to photograph a wakeboarding competition. It was quite an experience because it was my first time photographing it. This is what I love about photography. A lot of the times, you are plunged into new scenarios and situations and you need to make it work. That is what is so exciting for me when I photograph things. Thanks to Brandon Labardee from Avitae for setting this shoot up for me.
This is one of the sequences I did for clayton underwood , an amazing wakeboard athlete.
This guy was a character, and really talented.
It started storming right at the end of the of the tournament and I thought they were going to stop but...nope! They kept going and it was coldddd! I was definitely not prepared for the rain..haha. Good thing my camera is water-resistant.
It was really cloudy that day...really muggy. So the majority of the photographs are kind of....not as interesting. If there was some shadows and sun, I think it would have been better.