Tag Archives: Photography

Dream Job.

Originally posted on Zoe Portway:
I think it’s hard to say what my dream job would be. In all honesty, it changes from week to week. When I was younger I always wanted to be a fashion photographer for Vogue or Harper’s Bazaar but that seems rather far fetched recently. I think advertising for any… Continue reading

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About Me

Originally posted on Holly King Photography:
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a love for photography and everything involving it. At the moment, I’m studying Photography at The University of Northampton, graduating in 2021. My work is very varied, from portraits and fashion to concerts and sports. My main reason for not picking… Continue reading

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Blog #38 – Postgraduate Study Fair!

Originally posted on JessicaHarnellPhotography:
05/03/2019 The Post-Graduate Fair! This was a big opportunity for me to attend to potentially discover a future pathway after graduation and carry on further and higher study! I booked my place in and checked in at 3pm. I was informed about what was going on throughout the event. Luckily I… Continue reading

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About Me

Originally posted on Kaelyn Bell:
My name is Kaelyn Laliberte. I’m in the process of getting my name changed so my last name will soon be Bell due to my dad’s wishes. I am 17 years old, 18 in April. I am a creative writer and I’ve loved writing fictional stories since I was in… Continue reading

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Freelance News 2019-02-28 18:43:56

Originally posted on South Wales Freelance Photographer:
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Fire Island Lighthouse

Originally posted on The Humble Fabulist:
130 steps and a narrow staircase. Fortunately, there are several landings in-between, where we can pretend we stopped to check the view, catch our breaths and continue climbing. We can also learn some fun facts about the lighthouse. Step 26, first window landing, all’s well. We read: The lighthouse… Continue reading

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Versailles Ventures.

Originally posted on J. Journeys:
A short bike ride to Saint Lazare station showed me that it was going to be a beautiful day despite the weather I had been watching with dread for a week. Half an hour later found myself in Versailles. Though I had plans to explore the town and head to… Continue reading

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The Calmness in Chiemsee

Originally posted on Shutter Blot:
In the same weekend as the first visit in Munich, we had the chance to exit the city and travel via S-band to Bavaria countryside – Prien am Chiemsee. The lake views are extremely relaxing and a perfect place to visit when one needs to unwinde and restore the love… Continue reading

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Cloud Atlas

Originally posted on 1103 Photography:
Look. Delicately fluted clouds Spangled over Pescadero marsh Just a stone’s throw from the coast. The ocean may have been angry that day, my friends. But the scudding clouds were something beautiful to behold. Details: 31 mm | f/5.0 | 1/2500 | ISO 200 In other words, fast. I made the… Continue reading

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Photography as a Science Communication Tool

Originally posted on The Biochemist Blog:
by Abi Sofyan Ghifari Science communication is increasingly needed these days. It is a wonderful tool to showcase what scientists do, translate knowledge from the laboratory bench to real-life applications, and narrow down distance between academia and society. Moreover, by communicating a scientific study and the research that supports… Continue reading

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