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f2 Cameracraft Magazine November 2010 Vol 4 No 5 Back Issue

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24 Reviews   •  English   •   Art & Photography (Photography)
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Inside this issue:The F2 Profile is AOP Gold Award winning freelance, David Ryle. Starting Out is Gloucester graduate, Matt Walford. Newquay-based Mel Bonfield, talks about the business side of the wedding and social photography as well as pointing out the importance of issues such as search engine optimisation. More on selling wedding photography today, from Miranda Gavin who talks to those in the know about the variety of marketing strategies pros currently use to boost sales and increase profits. Featured professionals include wedding photographers Michael Cockerham, Ted Cunningham of Immi Weddings, Chris Lord, of Lord + Martin Photography, and Staffordshire based Denise Wheat. Also we look at current trends in architectural photography with Jefferson Smith. We also talk to James O Jenkins, one of the most effective photographers at self promotion you’re likely to meet. He doesn't tweet and rarely uses Facebook so how does he do manage to market himself so successfully? Also in the line-up is this issue’s Turning Pro, Chloe Dewe Mathews, talking about her new show Banger Boys of Britain.
In the Technical Section Richard Kilpatrick gets his head into the cloud and casts his gimlet eye over contemporary storage solutions, while David Kilpatrick checks out the view from above obtainable with pole systems
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November 2010 Vol 4 No 5 Inside this issue:The F2 Profile is AOP Gold Award winning freelance, David Ryle. Starting Out is Gloucester graduate, Matt Walford. Newquay-based Mel Bonfield, talks about the business side of the wedding and social photography as well as pointing out the importance of issues such as search engine optimisation. More on selling wedding photography today, from Miranda Gavin who talks to those in the know about the variety of marketing strategies pros currently use to boost sales and increase profits. Featured professionals include wedding photographers Michael Cockerham, Ted Cunningham of Immi Weddings, Chris Lord, of Lord + Martin Photography, and Staffordshire based Denise Wheat. Also we look at current trends in architectural photography with Jefferson Smith. We also talk to James O Jenkins, one of the most effective photographers at self promotion you’re likely to meet. He doesn't tweet and rarely uses Facebook so how does he do manage to market himself so successfully? Also in the line-up is this issue’s Turning Pro, Chloe Dewe Mathews, talking about her new show Banger Boys of Britain. In the Technical Section Richard Kilpatrick gets his head into the cloud and casts his gimlet eye over contemporary storage solutions, while David Kilpatrick checks out the view from above obtainable with pole systems


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Inside this issue:The F2 Profile is AOP Gold Award winning freelance, David Ryle. Starting Out is Gloucester graduate, Matt Walford. Newquay-based Mel Bonfield, talks about the business side of the wedding and social photography as well as pointing out the importance of issues such as search engine optimisation. More on selling wedding photography today, from Miranda Gavin who talks to those in the know about the variety of marketing strategies pros currently use to boost sales and increase profits. Featured professionals include wedding photographers Michael Cockerham, Ted Cunningham of Immi Weddings, Chris Lord, of Lord + Martin Photography, and Staffordshire based Denise Wheat. Also we look at current trends in architectural photography with Jefferson Smith. We also talk to James O Jenkins, one of the most effective photographers at self promotion you’re likely to meet. He doesn't tweet and rarely uses Facebook so how does he do manage to market himself so successfully? Also in the line-up is this issue’s Turning Pro, Chloe Dewe Mathews, talking about her new show Banger Boys of Britain.
In the Technical Section Richard Kilpatrick gets his head into the cloud and casts his gimlet eye over contemporary storage solutions, while David Kilpatrick checks out the view from above obtainable with pole systems
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