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Tuesday, October 07, 2003

Picturing Jodi


In pursuit of the goal of expanding my photography portfolio, I'm averaging one photo session a week with a female subject—at least until I start my new job in November. A few weeks ago, I had a great session with friend Jodi, who is a successful technology consultant here in Baltimore. The photo shown here is our mutual favorite and is just one of a series of expressive images. She was also a good sport in working with me to make the first phonecam mosaic of a human head. Jodi, you rock.

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No fair. Why do you get to take photos of all these lovely women?

Posted by: Eric Hancock at Oct 8, 2003 10:15:17 PM

Go mom.com!

Posted by: Peter at Oct 9, 2003 2:47:20 AM

No fair. Why do you get to take photos of all these lovely women?

Eric, those words have echoed through my head for 20 years while reading photo magazines and books, visiting galleries, or attending lectures on photography. I only regret that I recently decided to take action. A project like this might be a cure for your condition.

Posted by: Mike Lee at Oct 9, 2003 9:18:43 AM

Hey Peter, how's Harry Chicks? Neil says hello.

Posted by: Jodi at Oct 12, 2003 11:18:18 PM