Here’s my bounce picture:
Satisha Jogaiah and his wife Latha Mangala from Pune, India, prepare a traditional south Indian dinner in their apartment on West Broadway. They came to Columbia on August 12th, 2008, after Jogaiah, a senior scientist of the Indian National Research Center for Grapes in Pune, was invited by the Institute of Continental Climate for Viticulture and Enology to conduct a two-year research on a certain kind of grape. Although they enjoy their time in the U.S., both of them miss their home and families, especially when something important like a death or a marriage happens. “We feel we should be there, sharing their joy and sorrow,” Jogaiah says. Having traditional food every day helps them cope with their homesickness.
This is the lighting diagram for the bounce picture:
And that’s my direct flash picture:
Barbara Michael, 53, is a medical librarian at the Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans’ Hospital in Columbia. In her spare time, she leads the pet ministry of her church, the Unity Center of Columbia. “Spirituality is probably the defining force in my life,” she says. “I’m one who is desiring to be in deeper awareness of her oneness with god.”
And the lighting diagram for the direct picture: