We landed back in Pittsburgh, and three days later I was back on a plane. This time, headed up to NYC for David Bergman’s “Rock n Roll Portrait Lighting Workshop”. I’ve been looking for a really good lighting workshop, and figured New York wasn’t too far to go for it.
I started off on the tiniest airplane I’ve ever been on – only 3 seats across – which landed in exciting Newark. A tram, a train, and a few blocks walk later, I was at my hotel. Where I didn’t have a reservation, because the site I had used to book it had me down for January. It’s times like this I’m super glad that I travel light. Eventually I found a Doubletree where they did have a room, AND they gave me a chocolate chip cookie when I checked in, so kudos to them.
I was super excited to head up to the ABC No Rio, as they had an open darkroom, and I had some film to develop. Unfortunately, the volunteer that runs it had already left. Luckily, the have a hardcore/punk matinee every Saturday. Give me an hour in a new town, and I always find the punk kids.
I didn’t get a chance to grab a flyer, so if you know these bands (or are in these bands) please let me know so I can link to you.
As wedding business has been picking up, I’m making an effort to keep the Caroline Moore Photography blog strictly weddings. So I’ve started this blog as my own little space on the web, to post whatever I want.
What can you look forward to here? I’ve started shooting for City Paper and the Herald Standard, and those will go here. Personal work of all sorts, music and sports photos. Design stuff. Ramblings.
There’s going to be a lot of changes here over the next few months, and I’ll be sort of retroactively posting some things as I move photos over. If you have any questions, send them over to email@example.com.