Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Conclusion, part of Narrative Portraiture: Portraits of Two Texas Artists.
Well, this has been a wonderful adventure here in Texas…getting to know Keith Carter,…a fine-art photographer whose pictures are full of poetry, mystery, and life.…You know one of my goals in this course has been that it'll be a catalyst for…you, a catalyst which has exposed you to different ideas, different ways of…thinking, which will ultimately affect who you are, how you see, and the…photographs that you make.…And as I reflect upon this adventure, it makes me think back to the previous…ones: first where we started off in New York City, where we made some…fascinating photographs on the Brooklyn Bridge; and then from there where we met…up with Rodney Smith and we learned a little bit about him and his work;…and then next, we traveled to the middle of the country, east Texas, where we…spent some time with Keith;…we've also spent some time with those people who have influenced Keith, some of…his creative colleagues;…we've gone out on location and discussed how to make portraits of people…in different places.…
In this installment, Chris travels to Texas to visit two artists: David Cargill, a Beaumont sculptor who works with bronze and marble, and Charles Stagg, another Beaumont sculptor but in recycled and found materials. Chris takes their portraits and spends time discussing the composition and lighting in each session.
Chris also reviews the photos he took, and discusses the gear he used and the lessons he learned while visiting with and photographing these artists.
Skill Level Intermediate
Narrative Portraiture: On Location in New York Citywith Chris Orwig1h 30m Intermediate
1. Artist Portrait: David Cargill
2. Artist Portrait: Charles Stagg
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