02
Dec 14

shamim photography- video folio

Pictures Movie Ranking: five / 5


04
Nov 14

Photography Video

Pictures Online video Rating: / 5


07
Oct 14

my first photography video

Photography Video Score: 5 / 5


10
Sep 14

2014 CR Photography Annual 2014, just a week left to register

Now, there is just a week left to get entered for Creative Review Photography Annual 2014, with the opportunity to showcase your top photographic work from the previous year and profit from more exposure than before. Demonstrate your work in front of judges because it is a great scope to be a part of the industry.
You can be a part of the Photography Annual launch party, where Best in Book work would be showcased in vibrant surroundings. Therefore, offer your best work before 18th August, Monday midnight. It is a great scope to appear in the 2014 CR Photography Annual.
Over the last decade, CR Photography Annual has displayed the top work from the domain of commercial photography. In specific, it has offered photographers with a great way to get their personal projects in front of the audience of designers, creative directors and art directors.
Meanwhile, on Friday, as part of second Friday Destination Downtown Sebring program, the Highlands Museum of the Arts arranged an awards presentation as well as opening reception for their new In Focus photography event.
The event celebrates original artwork of photographers with almost fifty photographs and would be on display till 19th September. Black and White Canvas Oak Trees in the Mist by Kevin Main was the Best in Show winner.
Other Honorable mentions were Cindy Rose’s Yellow Shoes Egret, Caroline Maxcy’s untitled Polaroid group and Pamela Jessiman’s Orchid in Hand. The event features snaps from – Melissa Curry, Lake Placid; Matthew Baker, Lorida; Brian Gesner, Sebring; Pamela Jessiman, Avon Park; Sheri Grooms, Daytona Beach; Cindy Rose, Sebring; Caroline Maxcy, Sebring and Kevin Main, Sebring.

Now, there is just a week left to get entered for Creative Review Photography Annual 2014, with the opportunity to showcase your top photographic work from the previous year and profit from more exposure than before. Demonstrate your work in front of judges because it is a great scope to be a part of the industry.

You can be a part of the Photography Annual launch party, where Best in Book work would be showcased in vibrant surroundings. Therefore, offer your best work before 18th August, Monday midnight. It is a great scope to appear in the 2014 CR Photography Annual.

Over the last decade, CR Photography Annual has displayed the top work from the domain of commercial photography. In specific, it has offered photographers with a great way to get their personal projects in front of the audience of designers, creative directors and art directors.

Meanwhile, on Friday, as part of second Friday Destination Downtown Sebring program, the Highlands Museum of the Arts arranged an awards presentation as well as opening reception for their new In Focus photography event.

The event celebrates original artwork of photographers with almost fifty photographs and would be on display till 19th September. Black and White Canvas Oak Trees in the Mist by Kevin Main was the Best in Show winner.

Other Honorable mentions were Cindy Rose’s Yellow Shoes Egret, Caroline Maxcy’s untitled Polaroid group and Pamela Jessiman’s Orchid in Hand. The event features snaps from – Melissa Curry, Lake Placid; Matthew Baker, Lorida; Brian Gesner, Sebring; Pamela Jessiman, Avon Park; Sheri Grooms, Daytona Beach; Cindy Rose, Sebring; Caroline Maxcy, Sebring and Kevin Main, Sebring.


08
Sep 14

Nice photography video 289

Images Video Ranking: / five


11
Aug 14

Siquijor Nights John Tronco Photography Video Cover

Images Movie Ranking: five / five


14
Jul 14

Emptiness by Verse iTal: The Photography Video

Pictures Video Rating: five / five


07
Jul 14

Daily Times photographer exhibits artistic side for the Last Friday Art Walk

You go through all his works in Daily Times every day, but on Friday, you would have a scope to see yet another side of Mark A. Large. The staff photographer of The Daily Times is one of 2 featured persons whose work would hang at the Vienna Coffeehouse located in Maryville through the weekend. He would be on hand to chat with all his fans as well as art patrons likewise during Last Friday Art Walk on Friday.
Like a whole lot of photojournalists, Mark Large is unassuming and quiet, assets which make him very invaluable in the field. He perfectly mixes into the background, allowing whatever’s taking place before him — whether it is man-made or natural disasters or even slices of everyday Blount County life — opens without any interference. He stated that his job is to document as well as his very personal collection of snaps showcase an artistic side that The Daily Times readers do not often get to see.
Mark told that when he first started clicking snaps, he would shoot random shapes or random textures, he would take snaps of some crazy pigeon that has a broken wing, or he would wander across and search for puddles with reflections. He was in attempt to look for a way to be more creative by searching snaps which appeared more like a painting, and he found that he could use water as a medium to create the image.
Mark added that he would find images in the puddle and after that he took the snap, flip them upside down that made them look right side up. At times, it would work, and sometimes it would not, but he just liked the dreamy like feel. It helped him find his own little niche.

You go through all his works in Daily Times every day, but on Friday, you would have a scope to see yet another side of Mark A. Large. The staff photographer of The Daily Times is one of 2 featured persons whose work would hang at the Vienna Coffeehouse located in Maryville through the weekend. He would be on hand to chat with all his fans as well as art patrons likewise during Last Friday Art Walk on Friday.

Like a whole lot of photojournalists, Mark Large is unassuming and quiet, assets which make him very invaluable in the field. He perfectly mixes into the background, allowing whatever’s taking place before him — whether it is man-made or natural disasters or even slices of everyday Blount County life — opens without any interference. He stated that his job is to document as well as his very personal collection of snaps showcase an artistic side that The Daily Times readers do not often get to see.

Mark told that when he first started clicking snaps, he would shoot random shapes or random textures, he would take snaps of some crazy pigeon that has a broken wing, or he would wander across and search for puddles with reflections. He was in attempt to look for a way to be more creative by searching snaps which appeared more like a painting, and he found that he could use water as a medium to create the image.

Mark added that he would find images in the puddle and after that he took the snap, flip them upside down that made them look right side up. At times, it would work, and sometimes it would not, but he just liked the dreamy like feel. It helped him find his own little niche.


20
Jun 14

RSPB and Loch Lomond Shores jointly hosts photography competition

Loch Lomond Shores, along with RSPB Shop for Nature, has just started a new and interesting photography contest, boosting photographers to submit their top snaps from across the world. The contest has three categories – Landscape, Flora and Fauna as well as Wildlife. The competition is open to all snappers who want to click the stunning beauty of the natural world through lens.
The overall top spot holder, as well as the winners of every category, would get prizes thanks to the RSPB Shop for Nature and would have their snaps showcased at the Loch Lomond Shores. The winning snaps would be chosen by a panel of judges that include Louise Greenhorn (professional wildlife photographer), Sam Langford from RSPB South and West Scotland, as well as Loch Lomond Shores Manager Clare Gemmell.
All the photographs have to be put forward in digital format along with a file size, which is not more than 5MB. Participants can mail their snaps at events@lochlomondshores.com. The contest is now open and it would close on 15th June, Sunday. To know about the competition as well as all its terms and conditions, visit – www.lochlomondshores.com
Meanwhile, Join Springfield Nature Center is all set to organize a wildlife and photography hike to click nature images and identify wildlife. Hikers, aged between 12 – 17, must bring a film camera or digital camera for 10 am to 3 pm hike that would take place on 10th May at the Nature Center, 4600 S. Chrisman Avenue, in Springfield. Drinks and lunch would be provided.

Loch Lomond Shores, along with RSPB Shop for Nature, has just started a new and interesting photography contest, boosting photographers to submit their top snaps from across the world. The contest has three categories – Landscape, Flora and Fauna as well as Wildlife. The competition is open to all snappers who want to click the stunning beauty of the natural world through lens.

The overall top spot holder, as well as the winners of every category, would get prizes thanks to the RSPB Shop for Nature and would have their snaps showcased at the Loch Lomond Shores. The winning snaps would be chosen by a panel of judges that include Louise Greenhorn (professional wildlife photographer), Sam Langford from RSPB South and West Scotland, as well as Loch Lomond Shores Manager Clare Gemmell.

All the photographs have to be put forward in digital format along with a file size, which is not more than 5MB. Participants can mail their snaps at events@lochlomondshores.com. The contest is now open and it would close on 15th June, Sunday. To know about the competition as well as all its terms and conditions, visit – www.lochlomondshores.com

Meanwhile, Join Springfield Nature Center is all set to organize a wildlife and photography hike to click nature images and identify wildlife. Hikers, aged between 12 – 17, must bring a film camera or digital camera for 10 am to 3 pm hike that would take place on 10th May at the Nature Center, 4600 S. Chrisman Avenue, in Springfield. Drinks and lunch would be provided.


16
Jun 14

Nice photography video 263

Photography Movie Rating: / 5