The Empty Apple: A New York City Time-lapse
Photography Unfiltered Update
It’s a straightforward concept that really took off: a contest on portraits of faces. And based on the overwhelming response PDN received, they stand by the old adage that “Less is more.” The winning images are divided into four categories of portraiture: celebrity/editorial, environmental, self-portraits and animals.
One of my Image Narrrations received an Honorable Mention in Vegas this WPPI. It is quite an honor, as it is the first multimedia piece they have awarded. You may check it out on my website. Enjoy!
Above is a photograph of the three 1st place album winners at WPPI, Vegas 2009 – Catherine Hall (me! – 1st place, event / non-wedding), Deatte and JB Salee (wedding – multiple photographers), and Jerry Ghionis (wedding – single photographer).This year I was incredibly excited receive 1st Place at WPPI for my album on Tasmania. I will post more information on the competition when I receive the formal press release. Thank you Kyla Knight for all your help and inspiration, I couldn’t have done it without you!
Photos By: Catherine Hall Studios, San Francisco, CA Location: The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino, Incline Village Kimberly and Kevin first met in Boulder, Colorado, where she was attending college and he was visiting a friend. But it wasn’t until six years later when the two crossed paths again, in San Francisco, that they really hit it off and started dating. Two years later, while in Kevin’s hometown of Madison, Wisconsin, they took a private after-hours tour of the Capitol Dome. As the two were enjoying the views of downtown Madison, Kevin knelt down and proposed. Plans for a destination wedding at Lake Tahoe were soon underway.
Kim’s Incredible Vendors:
Florist: A Bud and Beyond, Christina Averkin
Caterer & Cake Designer: The Hyatt
Hair & Makeup: Linda Coyle
Coordinator : Kimberly Mitchell Zinn
This year I was selected to be part of the “Dream Team” at WPPI – the biggest Wedding and Portrait Photography Tradeshow, worldwide! Come by my platform class and say hello – Monday 8 am. I know it’s early, that’s why coffee was invented!The WPPI Convention and Trade Show not only provides an occasion to stock up on all the newest photographic equipment, but also offers an opportunity to see the best and most requested speakers in the photographic industry. There’s only one show that continuously brings you the speakers you want to see and 2009 will be no exception. I look forward to seeing you there.