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Easy. At the ripe young age of fourteen Jessica has discovered that getting the attention she wants is just that -- easy. It's not the attention of a divorced mother who spends all of her time grieving over a broken marriage. Nor is it that of a father with a new girlfriend who's moving on with his life. It's certainly not the attention of a clueless older sister or a best friend since grade school who still acts like she's in grade school. No. For some reason being noticed by her friends and family seems to have become almost impossible. Boys -- and men -- are a different matter altogether. With the right clothes and attitude, Jessica realizes that she can get all the male attention she wants.
What she doesn't realize is how easy it is to get more than you're ready for.
In this compelling and often harrowing novel for teen readers, first-time author Kerry Cohen Hoffmann delves into the mind of a teenage girl as she attempts to replace the shifting relationships with friends and family with sexual exploration. With candid storytelling rooted in years of personal experience, Mrs. Hoffmann offers a searing look at how easy it is to take a wrong turn in search for the right answers.
See that wood frame? See that black horse in it? That would be the stallion lot at Trails End Ranch covered in snow. That would be Keegan. That would be my photo, and that horse belongs to Emily Jewell.
What are the chances that the keuring she picks to go to is the one where the Friesian Horse Association of the area decided to download MY photo for use in a silent auction without asking me?
Not only did they NOT ask me, they didn't credit me in the newsletter they sent out. They credits everyone else.
If they wanted a photo to put in their auction they could have ASKED me. They pulled that off my FlickR without asking me.
I could have given them a MUCH better photo. Something that would have caught peoples attention. I have a lot, Keegan is a show off. That is a nice photo but far from one of my favorites and really only saved because I got NO good photos of Keegan in the snow due to the poor weather and lack of sunlight.
As I walked by I saw that and just stopped. "HEY! Hey that's my photo!"
The people walked over and stared at me. "That.. hey? That's him! *points to Keegan being held be Aggy* That's Keegan. He's here for keur. I took that? YES, hey I took that."
I was dumbstruck.
This goofy man tells me "Well I found it online and thought it was cool and put it in the auction."
I called Emily over, she was just as incredulous. No credit, no permission.
I was like "Uh, I took that?" Finally they put a paper in front of it with my name on it but I was not pleased. I really have better photos. Why not write me and ask me?
So shame on the Great Lakes Friesian Horse Assocation.
Shame on ya'll. Even more so when over mixed drinks and beer that evening Aggy pointed out that everyone who donated to the benift auction was credited and thanked in the big newsletter passed out at the keruing but ME.
Shame on them. I could have donated something that would have gotten ALL the bids but instead they decided to just sample my stuff without asking.
As if my name (and it is) isn't at the bottom of that photo hidden by the frame.
Even Emily said "If they are going to use my horse at least some sort of credit? " She also agreed that if they were going to use Keegan they could have let us pick a better one. That photo isn't one of her favorite ones either and she would have rather something really flattering and fabulous be used and shown off.
Shame on ya'll! You hurt our feelings. I'm all for helping Friesian stuff. This was for a silent auction to benefit the Great Lakes Friesian Horse Association. I would have liked to be benefited too.
If you google Friesian Stallion Keegan or Keegan the Friesian hundreds of pages come up. If you google my name, all kinds of stuff about me comes up. I'm easy to find, and Keegan is even easier to find. No excuse.
Assignment: pca 44 "Lead and follow"
Deadline: October 26th, 2008
Image Tag: pca44
From: Freule from Holland (Vanessa)
Thought this assigment would be a good follow up for tha previous one.
One of the most important things to think of (I think) - esspecially with landscape photography - is leading the look of from the front to the back of the photo. One of the most easiest way to do this is the use of lines that pull you in and lead you to the subject of the photo. Lines, natural or artificial, real or imaginary, are one of the most powerfull composition instruments. Think for instance of the one third rule where you use an imaginary grid to position your subject. But also think of a thread or a river that lead you to the subject.
My challange: Tell us a story. In this story use any of the technique-"lines" as written above to lead us to your subject. Be as creative as you like. I do not want to limit you further but with taking your picture please keep in mind that it should lead to something. Keep in mind composition and light.
Since I got this idea out of a book I do not have any examples for you but I think your imagination will take you a long long way!
Setting in the water, just off the shoreline.
Letting this little guy walk towards me.
Leading line of the shore from lower left moving at a diagonal towards the bird.
Leading helping line of the grass on the shore.
Reflection leads from center bottom to subject.
Back shore line leads out of the frame to the right, if the shoreline passing the bird doesn't get you there.
Taken at Ft DeSoto Park, North Beach, middle sand bar, receding tide.
Time on EXIF is wrong, its showing the time uploaded to HD. It was taken about 11:30am.
Camera: Canon EOS 40D
Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/500)
Focal Length: 300 mm
ISO Speed: 320
Flash: Flash did not fire
(how do you like that for an exact F stop, never seen that before)
Uploaded in RAW, converted in Picasa 3.0.
auto contrast. slight crop for 5x4 ratio.
and just about forgot,, CPL used
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In this charming, critically acclaimed tale of rumors and reputation, Olive (Emma Stone), an average high school student, sees her below-the-radar existence turn around overnight once she decides to use the school's gossip grapevine to advance her social standing. Now her classmates (Amanda Bynes, Aly Michalka) are turning against her and the school board is becoming concerned, including her favorite teacher (Thomas Haden Church) and the distracted guidance counselor (Lisa Kudrow). With the support of her hilariously idiosyncratic parents (Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson) and a little help from a long-time crush (Penn Badgley), Olive attempts to take on her notorious new identity and crush the rumor mill once and for all.
Easy A is a frothy, fizzy, and funny romantic comedy for teens--and adults will love it too. Not since Clueless has a high-school heroine been able to delight both audiences, and Easy A's Olive (the sparkling Emma Stone) is a stellar young star. But Easy A benefits from a great script by writer Bert V. Royal and assured direction by TV veteran Will Gluck. Olive is a smart girl happy to stay in the shadows of high school, until her good friend, Brandon (Dan Byrd), who's gay, begs her to pretend to have sex with him so the rest of the school will stop picking on him. She obliges, but soon she picks up not one but two reputations--as the girl who sleeps around, and, on the down-low, as the girl who'll pretend to sleep with a guy so he won't be branded a virgin. Soon Easy A's complications pile up higher than the entrance of Olive's high school, and her two story lines, neither of which reflects the real Olive, take on lives of their own. There are backlashes and blacklists and repercussions galore. "I always thought pretending to lose my virginity would feel a little more special," muses Olive. "Judy Blume should have prepared me for that." Stone is accompanied by a strong supporting cast: Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson as her bemused parents, Gossip Girl's dreamy Penn Badgley, the freshly unretired Amanda Bynes, Thomas Haden Church, Lisa Kudrow, and Malcolm McDowell. And it's to the cast's and the writer's credit that the audience is kept engaged, and guessing, till the very end. Easy A should be awarded exactly that. --A.T. Hurley
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