The cinematic group shots led by Ryan Schude, often in collaboration with Lauren Randolph, have always been a very special part of Phoot Camp for all four years we’ve been doing it. I like to think of it as our version of a “team building exercise” as these two plan for weeks/months ahead of time, spend a fortune on props, and then deftly arrange and direct us into our places. From there they work with the personalities and ad libbing of the group, and magic happens. It’s always one of my favorite parts of Phoot Camp, and I’ve framed the prints from each year in my own home. While the prints look nice on screen, there’s nothing like seeing them in print.
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Also, if you’re interested in buying the giant 36”x60” version of this print shown at the Photoville exhibit for $1500, email phootcamp at gmail.com. It looks amazing at that size and would be a total stunner in the right home.
-Laura Brunow Miner, Phoot Camp founder/organizer