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Do You Like Photographic Secrets?

by on Dec.29, 2013, under Photography

5daydeal-photography-event-facebook-highlightedpost-shareI’m usually rather opposed to promoting things before I’ve actually used them but I’m making an exception here after being clued-in on something rather exciting that’s going to be happening next week. I would offer a lot more information but I’m afraid it’s secret for a few more days so you’ll just have to take my word for it that you need to be on your toes on January 5th and remember to head on over to the 5 Day Deal site for the full details then. Suffice it to say that the event is definitely going to be interesting to any camera user out there. Take a look at the list of people involved in this secret endeavour and that should be enough to convince you it’s going to be something worth following up on.

As I said, the actual content of the event is still under wraps but I can tell you that it will definitely appeal to you if you are

  • Interested in HDR photography,
  • Interested in travel or fashion photography,
  • Want to get better at food photography,
  • Looking to start or grow a photography business, or
  • Wanting to sell photography or photography related products on the internet

For a few more details and a list of the people involved, click the link below.


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“Altered Perspectives” Exhibition

by on Dec.08, 2013, under Photography

"Altered Perspectives"

I’ve just realised that there’s no official announcement of my ongoing “Altered Perspectives” exhibition here on the blog! The show has been hanging in the Nancy Wilson Scanlan Gallery at the Helm Fine Arts Center in St. Stephen’s School since mid-November and will be there until December 20th. We’re having a reception at 2pm next Sunday (December 15th) so, if you are in the area, please drop by and have a look at the pictures.

For people who are unable to make it to Austin, here are the pictures that are hanging. The mix is about 2/3 canvas prints and 1/3 framed paper prints. The largest image is 44″x40″ and the smallest is 5″x7″ though the majority are 16″x20″ or larger.

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