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Elissa Parish has collected an extensive library and attended many seminars on the making of 18th century children’s clothing. Here she discusses making of children's clothing in colonial times, how fabric and style reflected class, and how the clothing industry changed after the American Revolution. Elissa's presentation was made possible with financial assistance from the West Virginia Humanities Council, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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...
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 ...
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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
Mountaineers men's basketball coach Bob Huggins speaks to Campus Insiders' Shae Peppler at the 2015 Big 12 Media Days about his choice of courtside fashion. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/CampusInsiders Campus Insiders takes you deep inside college sports with game highlights, interviews and a behind the scenes perspective of the trending stories of the day from top college analysts, former coaches and special contributors. Visit the Campus Insiders website: http://www.campusinsiders.com Follow Campus Insiders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CampusInsiders Like Campus Insiders on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CampusInsiders Follow Campus Insiders on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/CampusInsiders http://www.youtube.com/user/CampusInsiders
LUBBOCK, Texas - The West Virginia University Football team used a 55-yard field goal by Josh Lambert in the final seconds to defeat Texas Tech on Saturday, 37-34. WVU wide receivers Kevin White and Jordan Thompson, along with tailbacks Rushel Shell and Wendell Smallwood all eclipsed the 100-yard mark on offense. Quarterback Clint Trickett also threw for 301 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the win. Above is a music video, highlighting the Mountaineers' come-from-behind win on the road in Lubbock, Tx. JOIN QUIZGROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: http://join.quizgroup.com/?ref=143687