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Congratulations to Julie Ann, the winner of the Vintage Photography / Videography Collection Contest! Just in case you are wondering, the correct answers are below.
TOP SHELF – Wein WP5008 Flash Meter (Germany), Hanimex 49mm Skylight Polarizing Lens Filter (Japan) and Tiffin 49mm Lens Filter (USA)
SECOND SHELF – Kodak Brownie 8 Movie Camera (USA) and External Flash (Manufacturer unknown)
THIRD SHELF – 1920’s era Kodak folding camera (USA) and AFGA Insta Folding Camera
I recently completed my mini display of vintage photography and videography equipment. And having done so, I thought that this might be a good opportunity to have a little fun on this blog. So, I am officially announcing contest.
Here’s how it will work.
To enter, simply add a comment with your best guesses as to what each of the items are on each shelf. The guesses that come the closest will be ruled he winner. It’s as simple as that. In the event of a tie, additional consideration will be given to any person who also clicks “Like” on the post or shares it on social media.
What’s the prize?
Winner gets their choice of:
1 year of a free add on this blog.
A free lifetime membership to Image Aids – a video blog with tutorials on everything media and creativity related.
Any two services from my offerings at Fiverr.com which can be found here.
Winner will be chosen on October 20 and announced on October 21, 2015.
Good luck and have fun!
A while ago, Three Rivers Creative Arts introduced a new and innovative venture called Image Aids. This site was designed specifically to help photographic and other art enthusiasts to develop their craft through video tutorials on Photoshop, editing techniques, DIY projects, working with online video and audio along with so much more.
We are excited to announce that Image Aids will be expanding its horizons to what we will be calling the Image Aids Academy. The IAA will offer the ability for those interested in the visual and digital arts the ability to engage in personalized and custom-designed one-on-one live video chat classes!
Why pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars for a seminar, workshop or class at your local college only to be bombarded with a lot of full and technical jargon you really don’t need to be dealing with? Why not get right to the point in simple, plain English instead for a fraction of the cost?
IAA classes will start at just $50.00 for a 30-60 minute custom session focusing on only what you want and need to learn. Upon completion of the class, you will be given a certificate recognizing this.
Rest assured, the original Image Aids site which you can now preview a bit at Join Image Aids, will remain active with an ever increasing number of tutorial videos accessible at a one-time cost of just $10.00.
More details coming soon.
From time to time we all get caught up in a particular song or two that for some reason or another seems to stand out a bit from the rest. It might not be the best piece of music but it has something about it that just makes your day or causes it to become an “earworm” if you will.
Here are a few that have had that impact on me recently that I would like to share.
As readers of this blog will likely realize, I have long been a fan of the show Dancing With The Stars on the television network ABC.
Being an artist, I can of course appreciate the artistry and creativity involved in the choreography and the dance itself as well as the music that inspires the motion.
That being the case, I want to share a few videos of some truly wonderful performances featured on the current edition of this highly entertaining show.
The art of film is something I’ve always truly enjoyed. But if you stop and think about it, it may be even more difficult and involve an entirely different creative style to develop a great short film. I recently came across this one called Haleema that I would like to share with our readers here at CD.