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Join Jason Lanier and his workshop attendees for a behind the scenes look at day 1 of 2 of his workshop in West Virginia at the Waldo Hotel. PLEASE THUMBS UP, SHARE, LEAVE A COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE! To register for a Jason Lanier Workshop near you please visit: http://www.jasonlanier.com/register This video represents a small portion of what it's like to attend one of Jason's workshops where the focus is Mastering your Lighting and Posing. At his workshops Jason focuses on all types of lighting including natural light, diffused light, reflected light, flash, high speed sync, and LED lighting. In this particular video the camera was rolling when the LED portion of the course was being taught where Jason was instructing the group on how to use front and back lighting as well as blending ...
On Tuesday, first lady Melania Trump visited Lily's Place, an infant recovery center in Huntington, West Virginia. Huntington — a city of 49,000 people — has been among the hardest hit by America’s opioid epidemic.
Feathers, fur and flare! The Fashion Merchandising and Design Society at Virginia Tech presents a fashion showcase each spring. Here is a preview of some of the student designs and local fashion that will grace the runway in this year's show entitled Urban Jungle. The event takes place at 8 p.m. on April 30, 2014, in the Squires Ballroom.
Join award winning photographer Jason Lanier for the first ever fashion shoot inside of the historic and abandoned Waldo Hotel in Clarksburg, West Virginia! PLEASE THUMBS UP AND SUBSCRIBE! In a rare visit where Jason was given the keys to the Waldo, he brings in a crew of make up artists, florists, dress designs, assistants and more to create beautiful imagery in a very gritty and raw place. Shoots take place all day with various lighting techniques used including natural light, video light, and off camera flash. There's even a visit by the police who were unaware that Jason and his crew were in the building and thought someone had broken in! This video was shot in April of 2014 before Jason started shooting with Sony Cameras. Special thanks to Coni and Franc for the use of some of t...
The Whole Hog Traditional Butchering in West Virginia (Documentary, 2005, running time: 24 minutes) Ever since early frontier times, families butchered their own hogs for food. This practice is becoming increasingly rare today but is still practiced with regularity in the Lost River Valley area of Hardy County, West Virginia. Families and friends get together for this all-day event which is highlighted by a delicious country dinner. This film celebrates this rural tradition and the people who practice it. The film is intended to be interesting, educational and informative. Because of the nature of this subject, some of the graphic images might not be suitable for young children
A few WV jokes to wet yer whistle, plus letting you all know I ain't dead. Thanks for keeping up with me.
Today's video is all about the 10 life lessons I learned in college. I figured I would put a twist on this video and do lessons I learned the hard way in college! What was one life lesson you learned in college the hard way? I attended West Virginia University from 2010 until 2014. Let me know if you want to see more videos about West Virginia University and WVU college life! VLOG CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/darrianduckworth?sub_confirmation=1 WEDDING PLANNING SERIES: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRTgQ6vNKTiuHdaAB3X88Bci_06wShcRI Subscribe Button: EditsWithStyle FOLLOW ME: Twitter | @darrianmduck Instagram | @darrianmduck Snapchat | duckduckdarrian Pinterest | darrianmduck Darrian Duckworth, advice for living your best life, classic and preppy fashion, everyday beauty, ...
RIP Merlin Cut from the original soundtrack "No time for emotion" Lyrics: Almost heaven, west Virginia Blue ridge mountains, Shenandoah River Life is old there, older than the trees Younger than the mountains Growing like a breeze Country roads, take me home To the place I belong West Virginia, mountain mamma Take me home, country road Country roads, take me home To the place I belong West Virginia, mountain mamma Take me home, country road
Young designers make fashion apparel out of recycled materials for a show at Charleston Town Center. The event is organized by the Recycling Coalition of West Virginia, a non-profit environmental organization whose mission is to promote effective and sustainable reduction, reuse and recycling of materials that might otherwise be destined for disposal. See photo gallery here: http://www.wvgazettemail.com/article/20151122/GZ01/151129847/1419
Celebrate your West Virginia Mountaineers fandom with these West Virginia Mountaineers Ladies Fashion T-shirts. Sure you can go around and tell everyone how dedicated you are to your West Virginia Mountaineers, but there is a much easier way to get your point across. Let everyone you pass know how you feel about your team when you wear these Fashion Tops at http://www.teamsportstrends.com/FANSTORE/Women/CollegeFanStore/FT.aspx?Teams=West+Virginia+Mountaineers