I was happy to see my photo of Harvard Law Student Edward Guo run as the secondary art on the cover of the Feb. 22, 2011 edition of the New York Times! The story is about a website that Mr. Guo created called the International Music Score Library Project that makes available to the public over 85,000 scores of music free of charge. It is a similar format to Google Books and is completely crowd sourced by users who voluntarily upload scores.
I meet Mr. Guo at the Loeb Music Library on the Harvard Campus where we started shooting in the stacks. We then took a short walk to Harvard Square and made a few extra images. I used a Westcott shoot through umbrella with a Speedlite as the key light and a on-camera mounted Ray Flash ringlight as fill to light all the images.