Thinking of starting a series working with some Tiny Photographers just for a bit of fun. I hope to grab some fun macro photographs of these little fellers out and about as well as around the studio photographing them photographing stuff. #TinyTogs
No rhyme or reason to this, other than it could be fun
A Professional photographer makes you stand out from the crowd a good professional photograph will hammer home your message and give you the status of a professional business at a glance.
Today it is more important than ever that you out shine your competition
Today’s websites and social networking make it easier than ever to publish information and images about your services, new products, events, news, or achievements, which is great for your business. However, it’s easier for everyone, making it more important than ever that you out shine your competition and stand out from the crowd.
At the current time the NEMCRC have no facilities to carry out the ACU Basic Rider Assessment Course.We have arranged for any one making enquiries through the NEMCRC intending to take up road racing to attend the Basic Compulsory Training course Classroom element and the Basic Rider Assessment Course Track assessment at the Darley Moor Race Circuit In Derby Shire . Booking Forms through the Darley Moor Racing Club and details are attached to this BulletinCourse dates for 2015 at Darley Moor Monday 2nd March , Friday 27th March , Friday 29th May , Friday 7th July ,Friday 21st August and Monday 26th October 2015ContactDarley Moor MCRRC Ltd , Anvil House ,Derby Road ,Old Tupton Chesterfield – S42 6LA Tel 01246 866537.Or go to http://www.darleymoorstore.co.uk to book on line For further information contact Debbie Walmsley at the National Govering Body for motorcycle sport the Auto Cycle Union ACU training department 01788 566419 E mail <email@example.com
It only feels like yesterday that I established Allinson’s Photography to boost my income with some Social Photography, while I was still working for Kevin Radcliffe at Photogenic Studios delivering Commercial Photography shooting jars of coffee, frozen chickens, Scarpa Boots and flymo lawn mowers etc. It was in fact 1989!
It was only a year later after almost 10 years working for Photogenic I had been in and out of a few weeks working at Chromazone and started up on my own “proper” as a commercial photographer with Nissan as my only client.
So much has happened in that 25 years. I founded (and in recent years wound up) a charity (Design Aid) that delivered in excess of £1.4m worth of aid to Charitable projects and I worked for a short time with the a cooperative of creatives delivering a full range of advertising industry services, “the Studio Cooperative”.
I have enjoyed many different roles in my working life from fundraising to website building yet over 30 years after starting in the Photographic Labs at Ravensworth Studios, here I am still enjoying my work in photography with the same small business I started 25 years ago.
Somewhere in amongst all that I found the time to; ride lots of miles on motorcycles through many countries, get married, get divorced, move in and out of several business premises, as well as moving house several times, twice after meeting Sue. First to live at her home in Makemland and more recently a move to live in “our new home” in Low Fell where I previously lived until I was about 9 or 10 yrs old.
I’ve also gone full circle with business premisses I started out working from home in Heaton in 1989 and recently after years of renting expensive city centre business premises I have returned to working from home in Low Fell all be it a much bigger home better suited to the task.
So, yesterday I noticed that the Perfect Effects 8 App and plugin for Lightroom, Aperture and Photoshop had gone free for a limited time I of course grabbed the download straight away and after work last night looked for an image to test it out with.
Iv’e not used Aperture for a couple of years so I thought I’d open it up for this. I found this old holiday photo from a good 5 years or more ago in France and here is the result.
A charity providing challenging Outdoor Education opportunities for young people is securing its long term future by expanding and improving its facilities.Marine Activities Centre MAC is embarking on a £315k development project at its base at Sunderland Marina with support from NatWest and the Regional Growth Fund’s ‘Let’s Grow’ scheme.The MAC owns and operates Sunderland Marina through a trading subsidiary company; any surplus produced by the commercial operation of the marina is used to support its charitable activities – delivering a range of subsidised outdoor and adventurous activities for schools, community groups, young people and other organisations.
Great ad makes me want to grow a beard and bite the heads of live chickens!
MJW’s new campaign for Valvoline pays tribute to horsepower and its effect on man. With every grunt of the engine, modern man is taken back further to his primal self. Only when he emerges from his high-powered car does he go back to being a regular guy.
I’m not so sure that this will have the same effect on me with our 96bhp diesel Picasso!