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RIT seems to be plagued very well abundant with acapella groups, all of which have their own interesting personalities. A friend of mine involved with Proof of Purchase asked me to shoot Acapop, one of the many shows a collective group of vocalists puts on throughout the year... 

 

Work from work!

The past month has been increaisngly busier and (yay) lots of shooting! I don't have much blog stuff, but here's a I piece did for RIT's School of Photographic Arts and Sciences' F-Series Darkrooms!

Please hold

It's been / going to be quite busy for the past/next few weeks, apologies for the lack of updates (a catch up will be coming) - but in the meantime, here are a few grabs from my recent work for RIT University News' Photo Dept! It's definitely brought me to some interesting places in a short time.

(all images ©2011 Dan Wang for RIT University News)

 

Sarah's Clear Lake Senior Session

We met up with Sarah (who is of kin to one of our other friends, Rachel) for some senior stuff in the ever popular and crowded Helen's Garden. But a great light and fun company are always the best parts of the session!

(Sarah's Backup Dancers / friends find entertainment in some of our lighting gear)

 (We make our own fun.)

Weeks work: Thousand Hills Ministry in DTH.

Working on a multimedia peice (oh no video!) with a youth ministry serving with the Thousand Hills Church in the Park ministry, near 59 and 45N. Stills for now.

STS-135 Crew Return at Ellington AFB

NASA employees and supporters fill the hangar at Ellington Field in Houston, welcoming the crew of STS-135. Crew members Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, Specialist Rex Walheim, and Specialist Sandy Magnus, served over 12 hours in flight aboard the orbiter Atlantis, NASA's final shuttle mission.

NASA employees and supporters fill the hangar at Ellington Field in Houston, welcoming the crew of STS-135. Crew members Commander Chris Ferguson, Pilot Doug Hurley, Specialist Rex Walheim, and Specialist Sandy Magnus, served over 12 hours in flight aboard the orbiter Atlantis, NASA's final shuttle mission.

Will Weaver, 5, sits atop his dad's shoulders to catch a peek at the returning crew of STS-135. With over 12 days in orbit aboard the space shuttle Atlantis, the mission marked the end of over 30 years of NASA's shuttle program.

Senator Kay Bailey Hutchinson greets audience members at the STS-135 welcome home ceremony at Ellington Air Force Base in Houston. Aboard the space shuttle Atlantis, STS-135 was the final NASA Shuttle mission, bridging over 50 year of manned space flight.


Marie Moreau of Orange, TX, has a rubber chicken signed by STS-135 pilot Doug Hurley. Moreau has been having crew members sign a collection of rubber chickens since the first flight of space shuttle Endeavour, STS-49 in 1992, while she was teaching 8th grade. The chicken gag grew out of a comment Moreau had passed on to Mission Specialist Pierre Thuot. After failed attempts to capture the satellite, "Intelsat VI,"  Moreau remarked, "Don't let them call you chicken!"  STS-135, aboard the space shuttle Atlantis, was the last mission of the U.S. Shuttle Program, with over 30 years in manned orbit and flight.

Longview, TX. 071911

Work shooting a kids camp in Longview, TX. Day 1: done. It's hot.


 

 

Wizardry and such.

On spec. On Friday.

Emily Resendez, 21, checks her phoenix costume while in line for the midnight premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2," Thursday evening. The 8th and final film based on the 7-book series by J.K. Rowling has grossed over $6 billion in revenue since the first film was released in 2001. 

 

With the sun setting quickly, fans of the Harry Potter series descended upon the Cinemark Theater in Webster for the midnight premier of the last film in the series. Based on a 7-book trilogy, officials noted ticket pre-sales over 3,500, with 17 out of 18 theaters sold out as of 8PM.

 

Long lines and crowds for the final Harry Potter movie at the Cinemark in Webster, TX. With some enthusiasts starting the queue over 12 hours before the first midnight showing, officials estimated advance ticket sales between 3500 and 3700. With a multi-billion dollar revenue, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the 8th and final movie, has been 10 years coming and marks the end of films based on the 7-book series.

Madeline Carr sports a home-made lion hat imitating that of character, Luna Lovegood, at the midnight premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" Thursday evening. The 8th and final film drew big numbers, selling out 17 of 18 theaters at the Cinemark in Webster five hours before the first showing.

Despite humid summer weather and occasional sprinkles, fans in line sport costumes for the midnight premier of the 8th and final Harry Potter movie, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows." The film series based on the books by J.K. Rowling have been 10 years coming and grossed over $6 Billion in revenue since the first film was released in 2001.

 

Long lines and crowds for the final Harry Potter movie at the Cinemark in Webster, TX. With some enthusiasts starting the queue over 12 hours before the first midnight showing, officials estimated advance ticket sales between 3500 and 3700. With a multi-billion dollar revenue, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the 8th and final movie, has been 10 years coming and marks the end of films based on the 7-book series.