Genny Lim at SomARTS

Last night, Rae, Susan, and I went to somArts Cultural Center to see Genny Lim and Melody Takata perform their respective pieces, Child At War and Quest. These pieces and many others are part of the larger 7th Annual United States of Asian America Festival happening this month. In a couple of weeks, Somei Yoshino Taiko Ensemble will be performing a piece with Robert Moses Kin. I did some photography earlier in the year for them, and I’m eager to see the performance!

With the Mark II, RAW images are now 9MB in size, with the JPEGs coming in at 3MB. That’s a major size increase from the original 1D, which saw RAW images at 3.5MB and JPEGs between 1-2MB. With a 1GB MicroDrive, you get less than 100 photos! When I switched to a RAW+JPEG workflow, I remarked at how few photos I got with my 512MB and 1GB cards. Now, it’s even smaller! I can’t seem to find that Muvo2 in stock (with the 4GB Hitachi MicroDrive for cheap) anywhere on the Net. Anyone have any leads?

2 thoughts on “Genny Lim at SomARTS

  1. Hi Adam,
    I wanted to ask if I can send a few of your pic’s from the Quest piece to use for a promotion of another show I’m doing in Los Angeles. Can you email me or call me asap at (415) 420-3151 cellphone. I’m sorry to rush you but I’m late sending some pic’s down to LA and I didn’t know how to get a hold of you. I hope you see this soon….today is April 12, 2006.

    Thank you,

  2. Hi,
    I wanted to see about buying the picture you took of me at this show. I really like that picture of me in white with Lenora in the blue light, and francis in silhoette. Can you please email me and let me know if that is possible?

    thanks very much,
    Melody Takata

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