Sam Kurtul, a professional photographer, is going to flaunt his works in an exhibition from 6th October, and the event will continue until 11th October at the location of Quarr Abbey.
He is a popular artist whose works have been published in both national and international fields from time to time. He also sends his photographs to the famous competition that is organized by the franchise of National Geographic.
However, for this exhibition, Sam is not alone as Sara Jones is helping him with the lace bobbins painting. Sara is also a reputed artist who is known for her incredible talent of painting the lace bobbins. She is incredibly popular in the entire UK, her talent is amazing and her works leave people speechless. So, it is expected that this competition is going to be a memorable one as the two eminent creative persons are associated with this.
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A bunch of angry newly married have faced up a wedding photographer and videographer from Brisbane they claim smashed their special day.
A leading website reported all their wedding horror tales and negative reviews about Lakes Photography company and its owner Justin Hollow.
Amy Mitchell called off her booking with the photography service after Mr Hollow altered the photographers who would shoot her wedding ceremony. She told, during the heated confrontation with Mr Hollow, that one deny to even tell that they were not going to be there.
The Office of Fair Trading has stated that Mrs Mitchell that she is ennobled to a full refund, but as of now she has just got US$ 150 and some verbal abuse from Mr Hollow.
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PD Events GH is all set to arranged their very first photo awards event in Ghana called The “GH PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS.”
This is going to be a unique contest to challenge the local photography community located in Ghana. The contestants is meant to source as well as showcase amazing snapshots from emerging, amateurs, as well as established photographers in Ghana. The event would also relish their ambitions, promote and creativity. Read more »
Photo London reveals next year’s edition, calling Don McCullin as Master of Photography. Following all the successes of the very first edition earlier this year, Photo London has declared their come back in the year 2016, putting on a long celebration of photography taking in city-wide exhibits, installations as well as talks from the 19th to 22nd May, next year.
Produced by Candlestar, the company behind Prix Pictet as well as several other curatorial-based enterprises, the Photo London this year has housed over seventy galleries at Somerset House. As Michael Benson, the co-director of Candlestar as well as co-founder of Photo London along with Fariba Farshad, told that the fair has whet the city’s appetency for photography.
It was stated that next year, they have extended to add 80 galleries – they have been so inundated with applications that they have even had to create a temporary structure in the courtyard. Exhibitors include Galerie Polaris, TJ Boulting, and Flowers Gallery, along with top photography galleries revealing along with a ‘Discovery’ section for new galleries.
Work displayed by the Manchester restaurant offers website also lets in a site-specific commission by London based artists Walter and Zoniel, a line of works by Turner Prize-winning photographer and artist Craigie Horsfield as well as an exhibition of work loaned from Moscow Multimedia Art Museum. They also expect to attract non-buyers along with a series of talks with participants like Nadav Kander, David Maisel, Martin Parr and Chloe Dewe Mathews.
Vanguard, a worldwide leader in video-photo accessories as well as sports optics, is really proud to bring in VEO Collection of monopods, travel tripods as well as camera bags. With a stress on lightweight, durable construction along with slim silhouettes, the whole VEO Collection is tailor-made for those who love travel photography.
Joshua Pawlak, Director of Global Marketing, told that Vanguard’s new VEO bags, tripods and monopods are ultra-compact and lightweight to complement the travel photographer’s lifestyle. But, as a departure from the travel lines you may have come to know, the collection also offers some of the advanced features of robust, full-sized camera-support systems.
The VEO tripod assemblage is the very first traveler tripod of the industry with the all new, altered rapid column rotation characteristic. Rapid column rotation lets the VEO tripod to close into a super compact travel size and serves you set up faster. Even with its magnificent portability, the VEO tripods as well as monopods do not sacrifice sturdiness. Read more »
Avi Dascaloff has always been called as the boy with the camera. The 25 year old resident from Longview said that as a little boy, he always had a camera with him, even through high school, he was the guy taking pictures of everyone. He added that he always knew that he wanted to have his own photography business.
But what he did not know was that he would actually start his photography business with his beloved Brooklen Ferrell, who also loves photography. Brooklen, 19, from Longview, said that he took photo classes for 3 years in his high school. She was always taking pictures for her family and friends, but she just did not have a nice enough camera.
Previous July, the pair introduced their very own photography business, with Dascaloff’s initials ad they called it ACD Photography. Even though Dascaloff works part-time as a lifeguard at Longview YMCA, while Ferrell works part-time at Applebee’s, the 2 have already done over hundred photo shoots and told that they have utilized savings and loan to begin the business which took them around $2000 to launch. Read more »
After around a century of collecting dust, a Peruvian amateur photographer’s work has come to the spotlight in an unprecedented exhibition titled “Estereografias. El mundo en 3D del señor Jose D’Angelo.”
The exhibit that runs till 17th May at Peruvian Catholic University Cultural Center in Lima, features twenty of the over three-hundred three-dimensional photographs earlier spotted just by D’Angelo’s relatives, said curator Jokin Aspuru.
D’Angelo, born in Ascope town in La Libertad’s northern region traveled throughout Peru as a banker. In his off time, he takes snaps of the places he visited, making a important and serious archive documenting social and family customs of the time, said Aspuru.
D’Angelo engaged a binocular camera which takes simultaneous snapshots from slightly displaced places, said that curator. Aspuru said that once the images are placed in the stereoscope, the brain works to match the distance between them, creating the illusion of three dimensions. Aspuru added that D’Angelo was an organized, rigorous and meticulous photographer who classified all his material according to the subject of his photographs. Read more »