Posts Tagged: Photography

Mar 14

Get Photography Clients Using This Facebook Strategy

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Feb 14

Photography tips for your boudoir photo shoot – {Can you do without Photoshop?|No Photoshop

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Jan 14

Night Photography Tips

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Nov 13

Photography Tips & Tricks Ep. 20

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Aug 13

Wedding Photographers in Cincinnati Ron Shuller’s Creative Images Photography

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Jun 13

Napa Wedding Photographer | Christophe Genty – Behind The Scenes of Wedding Photography

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Apr 13

Photography accessory firm shifts

A well known Italian photography accessory firm has moved their US headquarters to a bigger facility in the Upper Saddle River. Earlier it was in Ramsey, now this move will help to offer room for expanding upon in an industry which has experienced a growth of amateur hobbyists.

Manfrotto Distribution that finished moving its fifty United States employees into their new place in December but arranged its opening in Upper Saddle River last Wednesday. The new place which is a mile from its old place has got room for seventy five employees, stated William Drysdale, who is the managing director of Manfrotto Distribution US.

In Ramsey, the earlier facility had nine thousand square feet office space as well as forty thousand square feet warehouse place. The location of the Upper Saddle River has sixteen thousand square feet office space, but Manfrotto shifted its warehousing to a more flexible space house at Panalpina in Secaucus. That place is twenty thousand square feet, as well as Manfrotto gets around fifty thousand square feet, with the power to contract or expand space as required, stated Drysdale.

When the warehouse was shifted to Secaucus, around twenty workers were allowed to go, but they were asked to look for jobs at Panalpina, said Drysdale. He added that most of them were transferred over to the 3rd party partner. Those jobs stayed secure, just not under their corporate facility.

Feb 13

Natural Beauty at Leeds City Museum

Called as the natural history museum with a difference, Sara Porter’s (fine art photographer) lens on skulls, eggs, insects and taxidermy takes a different kind of look at the 80000 things helping to make up the biggest collection under museum ownership’s service in Leeds.

Many of those are on loan for the very first time in last few years from their purpose built store – Leeds Museum Discovery Centre. In the 1st part of the Derbyshire artist’s foray via the wild and exotic, 7 categories include pictures of animals acting unusually, wild Yorkshire, urban wildlife as well as British fungi and plants.

Public reaction to the opening twenty four hours of the event reveals that this unusual angle on an well known ancient collection will be one worth returning to in its 6 month run. An companion wildlife photography contest is offering visitors the scope to feature in the 2nd part of the exhibit.

Tom Ulrich, the wildlife photographer, will present his work in his twenty first visit from 13th Feb to 14th Feb at 7 pm to Southern Arkansas University. The photography exhibit will be in D.W. Reynolds Campus and Community Center’s Foundation Hall.

Feb 13

Surf Photography: Chris Burkard’s Tips for Taking Great Outdoor Photos

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Jan 13

Wildlife photography compitition

Amateur and wildlife photographers have been asked to take part in the annual photography contest of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust to help in raise funds for wildlife. This conservation charity is asking for pictures showing the diversity of Worcestershire’s wildlife and countryside.

The contest is running for the past 4 years. It generally takes for snaps taken on the very own nature reserves of the Trust. But that rule is not applicable for this year. This year photographers can submit their pictures that are clicked anywhere in Worcestershire, including places like Hagley, Belbroughton and Kent.

Wendy Carter, who is the spokesperson for the Trust, is very enthusiastic about the whole event. Carter told that their nature reserves are really great for wildlife, but they have also realized that most people love to watch wildlife in local parks, villages and gardens. It is not only, their reserve, but they encourage people to see wildlife wherever they want to see. They also encourage them to have a camera and make sure that they do not forget to click any moment.

In the 2014 calendar of the trust, 12 will pictures will be featured and more importantly it will also serve to raise money for charity work. One of the photographers will also get a chance to see his photographer on the front cover.

Some winning snaps may also be considered for the greetings cards of the trust that will also help in their charity work.