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Tag: photography


How to master visual storytelling

August 21, 2020 By
Allison Barwacz explains the importance of using imagery on digital platforms and offers a guide to incorporating visual content effectively. Read more»
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Rambo Pest Control entryway PHOTO: LUKE RAMBO

Web Exclusive: Sprucing up the office with winning pics

August 3, 2020 By
Luke Rambo, ACE, owner and president of Rambo Pest Control in Puyallup, Wash., rearranged the décor in the entryway of the company’s headquarters. Read more»

Elevation Ten Thousand: Marketing Services

January 24, 2018 By
Elevation Ten Thousand is a true–to–form full-service marketing agency. You no longer need to manage multiple vendor relationships. No more outsourcing video or photography work. No need to employ a separate creative agency for TV commercials, print ads, or graphic... Read more»
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‘American Entomologist’ seeks insect cover photos

October 3, 2017 By
The Entomological Society of America (ESA) is searching for dynamic, unique photos of insects to appear on covers of its membership magazine, American Entomologist. The ESA requests to only submit photos of living insects in sharp focus, and in portrait orientation.... Read more»

Treating for shutterbugs

September 11, 2017 By
In the August issue, you’ll find back-to-back columns devoted to digital photography. The Scherzinger brothers debate the merits and drawbacks of having technicians take photos at every account (spoiler alert: The benefits far outweigh the risks). And Rentokil’s Gene White... Read more»
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Photography: A value-added service

July 17, 2017 By
Last month at the North Central Branch of the Entomological Society of America event, I had the privilege of preparing “What’s in a Picture,” a presentation detailing the history of photography, its present and future, and how it relates to... Read more»
Photo: Ray Johnson

PMPs: Focus on one game-changing project at a time

May 17, 2017 By
One of my favorite hobbies is photography. I’ve always had an interest in taking good photographs, but in the past two years my pursuit of taking great photos has risen to a new level of importance. That’s when I joined... Read more»
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photo: Brice Nihiser

Photographer gets up close and personal with insects

September 30, 2016 By
Ohio resident Brice Nihiser is a macro photography hobbyist who's got a knack for insects. He uses the stacking method for most macro photographs, which show a better picture of an insect's anatomy. Read more»
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The spider that ate my neighborhood! (or: My late-summer porch pal) [UPDATED 9/7/16]

September 2, 2016 By
Maybe you’ve heard of the 1972 novelty (not-quite-a) hit, “The Cockroach that Ate Cincinnati” by Rose & the Arrangement. It’s basically what you’d expect from a 1970s novelty song. In the same spirit here’s the Spider that Ate Cleveland …... Read more»
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