Monday, May 9, 2011

Snap! Orlando

Four of my photography friends and I traveled to Orlando on Saturday for the Snap! Orlando Exhibit. It took place in an office building that was still under construction. The industrial, unfinished 5th floor made for an interesting gallery space and the panoramic views of Orlando were beautiful. It was a mish mosh of various photographer's works and live performance art. The most interesting photography exhibit was the Murder City Project by Barry Kirsch. Each photograph was a murder scene with a watch showing the time of the murder which was also the title of the work. The purpose was to show that crime impacts everyone regardless of status, religion, age, and sex. In the midst of the exhibits was a posing "statue" woman and a fashion show. All in all it was a fun experience to see all the different photography exhibits together in a modern urban setting.

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Vero Beach, Florida, United States
Professional photographer Janice Reynolds loves having a career that combines her creativity with her passion for photography. Photography is a vast field and Janice loves the commercial aspect including food, product, interior, resort and lifestyle photography. She believes in the old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. When it comes to marketing, people are extremely visual therefore having eye-catching, high quality images is key to a business' success. That is why Janice's photography can be a powerful tool by adding that visual punch to a business' marketing. Another passion of Janice's is travel photography. She enjoys exploring the world and photographing everything from exotic landscapes to the grungy details that most people pass by.