Archive for May, 2010
Promotional mugs are an item that can work really well for your company if used properly.
Firstly, what are promotional mugs? Promotional mugs are a form of marketing and advertising. They can be used to convey a brand and get your enterprise recognized throughout the country or even the world. Mugs are available in a wide variety of styles, colours, shapes, and materials. You can opt for a conventional cera Read the rest of this entry »
In these modern times, cameras are everywhere. Whether it’s a tiny digital you keep in your pocket or a medium format monstrosity you use for a hobby, cameras have become an integral part of human life. With that in mind, let’s take a trip down memory lane and talk a bit about where modern photography came from and what it has meant to our civilization.
One of the most amazing things about photographs is how heavily we de Read the rest of this entry »
Did you know that many college admissions boards Google prospective students these days? It’s true and what they find there may work for you or against you. Too many potential students these days are posting photos and stories of themselves in compromising situations bragging about illicit activities and bad behavior. This doesn’t sit well with college boards or future potential employers, for that matter. If you have posted an Read the rest of this entry »
Chapter 1 of Jerry’s Riot: The True Story of Montana’s 1959 Prison Disturbance
A GHOST’S WHISPER
A board falling flat to the floor is thunder to the heart. And so it was that when prison guard Clyde Sollars heard a hard clap, he stiffened in fear. For a few seconds he listened, breathless. Sollars looked at his wristwatch, an anniversary gift from his wife. The hands showed almost f Read the rest of this entry »
Life is so busy these days and it often seems there aren’t enough hours in the day. Keeping in touch with family and friends via the internet helps people stay in touch even during the busiest times. A quick email isn’t always enough, however and creating online photo stories with free photo editing software can be the answer. Your stories help your friends and family to feel closer to you as they keep up with all the activitie Read the rest of this entry »
There are many special moment in life that you want to remember forever. Your wedding day; the birth of a child; a child’s first day of school; and graduation day are a few examples. Using online photo sharing stories is a creative way to capture the moment forever.
Online photo sharing stories are the stories that are written to explain the scene in a photo that is posted. These two elements-the picture and the st Read the rest of this entry »
Rivers and streams in Vietnam tend to flow eastward into the Gulf of Tonkin. There is one, though, that stands out as an exception. The Serepok flows west and drains into the Mekong River.
Springing up from the Central Highlands, it has an entourage of beautiful streams and waterfalls, and many of them come with legends attached.
Dray Sap and the story of an Ede girl
Situated in Dak Nong Pr Read the rest of this entry »
1. Why scrapbooking?
Human beings are prone to sadistic attributes at times and with ease. Humans have the tendency to get hold of almost everything, even those having least value. There are people in everyone’s families who never step out without keeping up with their regular cameras for capturing every instance of circumstances. They prefer remembering each occasion with the picture to talk about. This is definit Read the rest of this entry »
Your photography and the way you arrange your photos create a story: a story that is the narrative of your life. This is why your pictures are the most valuable material possessions you can have. Losing these precious treasures could be absolutely devastating. And yet, hundreds of thousands of people lose their photos every single year due to house fires, floods, unfavorable climate conditions and even theft and vandalism. Befo Read the rest of this entry »
Which publications will use a photo story on your subject? a) Check WRITER’S MARKET and PHOTOGRAPHER’S MARKET (www.f&wpubs.com). b.) Look up publications you’re interested in on Google or at the library or at newsstands. Study several issues. Check mastheads for correct spelling of the current photo or feature editor’s name. Make sure that they haven’t published your photo story subject in the recent past Read the rest of this entry »