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One may say that Daniela Gonzalez is in the preservation business, but most people would say that he is in the business of memories. She has also been also been known to reignite romance at around a zillion degrees in the lives of lovers, and some of them separated by thousands of miles.
Very recently, Gonzalez celebrated the grand start of the FlashMe Photography Inc. in Windsor Ave. in Berwyn. This self-taught photographer specializes in newborn, child, family portrait and maternity photography. She also shoots pin up glamour shots. This is exactly how she got her started in photography business around 8 years ago in Jacksonville, North Carolina.
She stated that she started when her husband Andrew was up in Inverness doing Architecture. She was doing pinups for serviceman’s wives and lovers overseas. Then people asked him would she take baby picture. From North Carolina, Corpsman Mario Gonzalez was posted at the Great Lakes Naval Center. Having finished completed his service, the marine got a degree in accounting and now he is an accountant. Daniela added that the Gonzalez’s now live in Cicero and have 3 energetic, crazy and wild boys.
Gonzalez stated that this is important for people to have snaps that could be passed on to future generations of family members as a way of not forgetting those from the past. She stated that she like her clients to feel at home, like her family. This is mainly important for clients coming in for pin-up or boudoir photos.
Madden Photography Club is all set to arrange an Introduction to Photography program on 26th April, at Madden Hall. Those looking to learn more regarding their camera are now welcome to come out and take part in the program.
Madden Photography Club’s Bill Rendall told that they were putting this on for the community to take part in. This is a basic understanding of your camera. To take part, one just has to bring a camera and a manual work. No experience is required to participate in this program. Bill added that there are around sixteen memberships and he welcome more people to come out and take part.
The club started in April as a reaction from club members in community asking Rendall to contribute his expertise, and it meets once a month. Along with a keen interest in livestock and wildlife photography, Bill told that he has been sharpening his skills since he was just sixteen year old.
Even though, he has never had any formal guidance, yet he attended a whole lot of seminars throughout Canada and he has also worked with pro photographers. When he is not out at each community programs clicking snaps, he goes on to farm and he is also a Madden volunteer firefighter.
He added that he love photography because this is a creative outlet and there are a lot of different aspects to this. In June, previous year, Bill told that he is surprised and even embarrassed by the nice things folks were saying about him that night.
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Peter Graney, a New Zealand photographer, has been declared as the top spot holder of the New Zealand National Award, which is a part of Sony World Photography Awards 2014. This is one of the leading photography contests of the world. The National Award contest looks to honor the single best picture by a Kiwi photographer registered into any of the 10 Open classes of Sony World Photography Awards 2014.
Last year, Graney from Rotorua was runner up in this very same contest. This year, he was selected as the contest winner for a snap named Into the Bend. The snap was selected by a judges panel including top beauty, celeb and fashion photographer Aaron K. The 2nd and 3rd spot were taken by Andrew Cornaga and Joshua Donnelly respectively.
The magnificent winning snap shows a bike speedway rider giving everything at the final bend at Rotorua BMX Club speedway while younger bike riders thirstily see from the side line expecting to imitate his skill.
Peter Graney is a teacher by profession. He is very passionate about travel photography and photojournalism. He takes snaps at local events in as well as around his house town and regularly taking pictures in Asia.
Speaking about the winning snap, Graney stated that the picture is not just about the race, but importantly also regarding passing on enthusiasm and skills for a sport to the next gen. The race was a part of Rotorua Bike Festival held yearly.