I have been working on a photojournalism multimedia presentation for my reporting class. The subject is the making of costumes for the Point Park University Pittsburgh Playhouse productions of Light in the Piazza. These are some of the photos from the night of dress rehearsal, when all the actors were getting into their costumes. I really enjoyed taking these pictures because theater types are always fun to photography. They see a photographer, and pose, lovin the camera! It makes for fun and easy pictures. Actors are also fun to photograph in the studio, because I don't have to worry about posing them, since they have so much fun modeling. Due to the lighting situation I had to shoot on a high ISO (meaning the photographs are grainier and less sharp). I am considering converting some of them to black and white, which could make the grain in the pictures look more natural. Do you think it would take away from the message of the images?
This year I graduated with a bachelors in photojournalism (major) and Digital Media (minor) from Point Park University, in downtown Pittsburgh. I love taking and editing photographs, and I enjoy making multimedia presentations. My dream is to work as a museum curator. I'm not living in Lithuania, and am going to be doing some traveling around Europe in the next few months, so check back for lots more travel photos!