In early 2010, I was a member of a photography group based in the Twin Cities. We had such high expectations for this group, making it into a full fledged business and it was going to be fantastic. We offered classes, seminars, were going to offer equipment rentals, and all sorts of other good stuff. But then the lead organizer was, to put it lightly, demanding. We were expected to put in no less than 20-30 hours/week of time in spite of our respective day time, full-time jobs. The worst part, all of this time being put in was requested at no compensation and no expectation of any compensation. Needless to say, none of the leadership team lasted very long when the expectations were laid out. The group was designed to be helpful and fun, the demanding nature of the business structure however was anything but either. In any case, one of the classes that one of the other photographers put on was light painting. This is pretty much the only time I have ever done this kind of work. Enjoy!
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About Adam Warner
I firmly believe that everyone and everything has a story; from childhood to school to social outings to work to vacations or every single thing inbetween. There is always a story involved, this is my chance to share my stories.