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10th Annual Asheboro Fall Roundup Horse Parade

Last Sunday, I stumbled upon a whole mess of horses and their owners in downtown Asheboro! It was the 10th annual Asheboro Fall Roundup Horse Parade and there were some wonderful horses and their riders dressed up and on display. I took my new 50mm 1.8 lens down to the parking lot where the parade started and got some shots…

All images ©Eric Waters 2011

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RCC Photo Student for Mayor

For one of my self-promos, I decided to photograph a political campaign-style portrait. First year student, Lewis Perkins agreed to pose for me (as the candidate) and we shot outside the Asheboro City Hall. I underexposed the background to make him stand out and shot from a low angle to give him a sense of power.

©Eric Waters 2011

Here is a behind-the-scenes idea of the set-up. I had one strobe on a battery back with an umbrella and the awesome Courtney Satterfield assisting, holding a fill Unlike this picture, the strobe was on Lewis’ left in the final shot. Thanks to Lewis and Courtney for helping with this image!

36 Strangers

For our small format digital class, we were assigned to photograph 36 strangers and learn some basic facts about them. We had to take very close shots so that the person came close to filling the frame. We also had to use portable flash on 24 of them. During this assignment, I met a lot of new, cool people and heard some interesting life stories! Below are 12 of my favorite portraits. Enjoy!

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All images ©Eric Waters 2011