Aug 13

Portrait photography tips

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Jul 13

Headshots & Portrait Photography : Headshots & Portrait Photography: Light Temperatures

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Jun 13

How To Market Your Portrait Photography Business – 4×8 Marketing Machine

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Jun 13

Colin Edwards to host wildlife exhibition

Haverhill born pro British wildlife photographer Colin Edwards is all set to host a 9 day exhibit of British wildlife snaps and it would start from 25th May at East Town Park Visitors Centre in Haverhill. Colin Edwards’s photographs have been spotted all across the world as well as his work could often be seen in several leading  photography and wildlife magazines.

He teaches budding shutterbugs from all across the United Kingdom as well as Europe, He has traveled extensively to take pictures of some of the most amazing subjects in wildlife. After getting hundreds of emails that asked him why he has not ever exhibited his work locally. Now he has decided that the time is now right.

Colin Edwards will also arrange two free talk and walk sessions on 25th May when keen photographers can find out regarding the local wildlife as well as pick up some tips on how to take pictures of them. To book a place for the event, you can email parks@stedsbc.gov.uk or call at 01284 757088. The event will also see the start of a nature and wildlife photography contest.

Speaking about wildlife photography, we must also tell that Michael Jones, a 21 year old college student from Bristol, has won a local nature photography contest. The subject of the competition was nature and wildlife, but participants have to take pictures from their locality. Around fifty students took part in the contest.

May 13

Photographing Like I was 13 again – 5 Min Portrait with FILM

Portrait Photography Movie Score: 4 / five

Apr 13

Photographing wildlife

Longtime bird watcher and photographer Tim Johnson wants to visit a place very soon. The tour leader of the Salem Audubon Society sets his binoculars on the Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge as well as the scope to see its forests, wetlands and fields in search of rare bird species.

He will look for the curved break of a whimbrel, the speckled coat of a black bellied plover or the small white and brown bosy of a solitary sandpiper. Tim told that every once in a while, one would see something rare. In Spring, there is a mass migration of shore-birds and that is quite cool.

Some birds are not down for long, but it is really very neat to watch them stopping over. This migration coincides with spring opening of Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex that includes close to Salem places of William L. Finley, Basket Slough and Ankeny.

Shut in big part since late autumn to offer migrating birds’ winter sanctuary, including the endangered bird species – dusky Canada geese, all 3 opened for public in full from 1st April. Jock Beall, who is a biologist at Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex, told that the the vast majority of interior regions open up for around unrestricted walking. The birds become a whole lot more tolerant of people during spring. This time people could get a lot closer to them. This is also the best time for photography.

Apr 13

Portrait Photography – by John Goldstein Professional Photography and Video Production

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Mar 13

Headshots & Portrait Photography : Headshots & Portrait Photography: Hair Lights

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Mar 13

Wildlife Photography Contest

The Department of Parks and Community Renewal and the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders  announce the Wildlife Photography Contest 2013 at Mountainside’s Trailside Nature and Science Center. Amateur photographers, starting from age 6, are invited to enter their photographs of wild species in their natural habitat.

One person can submit maximum of two pictures, but only pictures of wildlife species native to the US are eligible for submission. Pictures of pets or domestic animals or exotic wildlife species will not be considered in the list. All pictures should be unframed, un-matted and 5” x 7” color prints or black and white. Pictures must be submitted by 12th April, Friday.

Linda Carter, the Freeholder Chairman told that wild animals are challenging photographic subjects and the Wildlife Photography Contest is a great opportunity for people of all ages to put their skills to the test and attempt to capture animals in their natural habitat.

Photographs in the Wildlife Photography Contest will be judged by professional and local photographers. Prizes will be handed in each of 3 age groups: 6 – 11 years, 12 – 17, and 18 above, based on composition, originality, artistic merit and technical excellence.

Winners will be declared on 28th April, Sunday, during Trailside’s Wild Earth Fest. All snaps will be showcased at Trailside’s Visitor Center through 24th May.

Feb 13

It’s all about the Jaw!

Portrait Pictures Online video Rating: four / 5