Monday, April 29, 2013


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I have recently been helping Bill update his portfolio, and during our most recent location shoot Bill had a model come out, along with my friend David, to model some jeans for us to show wrangler.
This model's name was Camden, and as you can see he was quite pretty. I just couldn't keep from grabbing this shot of him as he was changing back into his own clothes.
I hope I have the opportunity to photograph him again. ;)

Wednesday, March 27, 2013


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Hey guys and dolls. I am now interning with Bill Lusk, and while I was poking through Bill's stuff I came across these amazing Hasselblad medium format film cameras! Now if you get a chance to know me, you'll find that I love film, and film cameras in all their quirky, old-fashioned glory.
These film cameras bring back a certain vintage style to one's photography experience. The viewfinder is on the top, and you hold the camera at your waist. I mean who hasn't seen an image, video, or movie where someone is holding a twin lens or Hasselblad at their waist taking family photos? I, myself, own a Mamiya C330 twin lens and it is by far my favorite camera that I have ever owned.

It's the feel and weight of the semi-heavy "black box" as you hold it in your hands. It's looking down into the viewfinder, slimming down your vision until its all you see. A waist-level viewfinder forces you to look away from your subject in front of you and look at it backwards in the ground glass. It makes it so you really "see" your subject "in camera" rather than the current point and shoot method most are so accustomed to in today's photographic world.

In short these cameras may be old, they may be "vintage," but they carry the heart and soul of photography with them, and that will never go out of style.
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Thursday, February 28, 2013


Cytokine Storm - Even the Walls Return Echoes from Angela Korniotes on Vimeo.

This was a group assignment, and it was a big one. 25% of our final grades, big. We were assigned our group members by the instructor, we chose our own roles that we were to perform in the making of this video. There were 4 roles, but my group only had 3 members, so we decided we would all jointly come up with the storyline. We all sat down and did the story board together, I wish I had taken a picture of it ( I drew it on construction paper ) it looked terrible. ;) But we understood it and that's all that matters. Then I got the models lined up (my best friend and my boyfriend) and we set out to the locations. When all was said and done, they handed me the footage and I got to get cracking doing my thing. Which, if you haven't figured out yet is the editing. Fun and hard! But it was worth it. There is a scene in this version on the site where the border is off, that is NOT in the final for my portfolio, but it took so long to upload I think it will be ok for now.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Day in the Life

Day in the Life from Angela Korniotes on Vimeo.

This was an assignment requiring us to find a person who would allow us to follow them around their work and record their job site and day to day responsibilities. Once I finally got someone to agree, I went to the job site with all my recording equipment and got to work. I shot, directed, produced and edited the entire video. I think I did a pretty good job considering we had to be sure to stay under 2 mins.

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Macro Portfolio

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Some glass jar earrings my Grandmother gave me when I was younger.
The glass shards inside are from NASA!

Macro Portfolio

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Ahhh bokeh.