Join Chris Orwig for an in-depth discussion in this video Lessons learned, part of Narrative Portraiture: Portraits of Two Texas Artists.
Before we wrap up our time with David Cargill, I thought it would be interesting…to reflect upon a few lessons that I learned.…You know whenever I have an experience like this, I almost always spend some…time in my journal, writing down thoughts, ideas and notes, lessons that I've learned.…The lessons that I've learned have to do with three different pictures.…I want to share those with you.…You know, this first picture,…it reminds me of the importance of paying attention to details.…This was an important picture for me because somehow it set the course.…It set the trajectory for the entire shoot.…
So this picture, again, it stands perhaps as a way to remind me of paying…attention to those small details.…Well, the next lesson that I learned has to do with this picture.…This picture is really well composed.…I was thinking about all of the different parts and pieces.…It makes me think about what Keith said.…He said, "Be ruthless with space."…I want to have everything in the exact right spot, even the separation of…
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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