Monthly Archives: November 2010

Models needed

We need a bride and groom to model for a wedding class this Saturday. The pay is 10.00/hr. for appx. 5 hours.  The models need not know each other and the “bride” can be anyone who has access to a gown (or appropriate prom dress) and the “groom” can be anyone with a tux or is a size 40R who can fit into ours. If you know anyone who might be interested, ask them to contact Kenny Gray at 706 641 7144 or kgp@kennygray.com .

CSU Rankin Arts Photography Center Welcomes Joe Dallas

We are pleased to announce that Joe Dallas will be teaching Studio Photography II for the CSU Rankin Arts Photography Program, beginning this week. Joe’s class is full, with a waiting list, but will be repeated this Winter-register at www.conted.colstate.edu

Joe has over 30 years experience as a professional and is the owner, with his wife Kathy, of JK Dallas Photography in Columbus.

 See more JK Dallas Photography: www.jkdallasphotography.com and www.jkdallasphotographyblog.com.

Photography Student Graduates to Second Shooter for Instructor!

A recent FaceBook message from John Helms, one of our instructors:
 
 
 
Kenny, got a success story in the works that you might want to add to the blog. CW2 (Chief Warrant Officer 2) Jessica Kinsey is in several photography courses this semester.

Last week, she volunteered to come shoot the 2010 Doughboy Bowl with me, and helped us get some great shots before, during, and after the game.

Then this week, we had our BIG ‘change of command’ for the entire post; she covered that and Fort Benning used one of her shots in our weekly newsletter here:

http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs023/1102632206892/archive/1103858099232.html

Since my assignment is really to cover the ‘current’ general; she was able to hang out with the outgoing general after the ceremony to make sure that they had proper coverage of people coming by to say their farewells while I ran inside to follow the new general.

Link to the Doughboy Stadium photos:

Link to the change of Command Ceremony photos:
Good job, John and Jessica!