The other day I found out that my photo of Natasha Bedingfield was chosen as a finalist in Talenthouse’s 2012 Photographer of the year contest. Here is the photo that is my entry:
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A band I came to know of late last year is Imagine Dragons. These guys are from Las Vegas and the first single off their album, Night Visions, has put them on the radar of major radio stations. The single is “It’s Time” and it was also performed by Darren Criss on the first episode of the current season of Glee.
The song was also featured in the trailer to the film, The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Imagine Dragons’ newest single, “Radioactive, was just made into a music video a month ago.
Another song from Night Visions, “On Top of the World” was used as the theme song for the short-lived CBS sitcom, Partners, which starred Michael Urie (Ugly Betty) and Brandon Routh (Superman Returns, Chuck).
I love these guys. I first heard 2Cellos when they appeared on Glee in season 3 episode, “Michael”. This talented Croatian-Slovenian duo played the song they became famous for, “Smooth Criminal”, in which the amazing Naya Rivera sang during the episode. Rivera returns to sing Muse’s “Supermassive Black Hole” for 2Cellos new album, IN2ITION, which will be released on January 15.
This is the final part of my 2012 picture retrospect and it covers various photos that I have taken from the start of the fall.
Part 6 is all about my pictures of the President. I am so pleased to have these photos in my portfolio now. From photographer’s perspective, I am thrilled that I have pictures of a U.S. president in my portfolio.
The fifth part of my 2012 picture retrospect is about the campaign rallies I attended and the celebs that I photographed. It was great to meet these amazing actors and having interesting conversations with them.
During the fall, I attended two events where I took some amazing pictures. Both Pride and the Comic Expo were the first two major events that I took pictures with the DSLR camera that I bought for my photography class.