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Getting the right photographer for your wedding is one of the most important pieces of planning and we have one of the best pros around to answer your questions and discuss the do's and don'ts when it comes to selecting a photographer, planning your shot list, what to expect in terms of costs and more. Settle in with us as we chat with Rhonda Giedt for the next hour to learn what's behind the lens of good photography. Always searching for the best, Black Bag and Wedding Wednesdays,- the perfect pair!!
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Celebrity Photographer, George Livngston, on Thursday, 6/5/2014, @ (1:30PM, p.s.t./4:30PM, e.s.t.) on GD's A Touch of Grace. George discusses his experirences as a lenseman behind several American Music Awards, as well as, The Academy Awards and other high-profile events. To listen to the show click the link,or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host 347-215-7169.
A little bit more about George:
George Livingston Jr. He is one of the Bay Area's premier music photographers who is well known in these here parts.. George in his 20 year career has photographed just about everyone from James Brown to New Kids On The Block.. He's a constant fixture at every major music event here on the west coast..
He's been hired to go on tour to shoot for groups like James Brown, MC Hammer, New Kids On The Block, Huey Lewis and The Whispers.. His photos have appeared on popular TV shows and in popular publications like VH1, The E Channel, Fox News, Soul Beat TVXplosive Magazine, Ebony, Jet, Black Beat, Word Up, Right On, Fresh, Billboard, Gold Mine, BAM, Time, People,Rock-N-Soul and the Oakland Post to name a few...
His works have been featured in books like The History Of Funk by Ricky Vincent, James Brown The Godfather of Soul Book...
Mike Ruiz is a world-renowned photographer, who also happens to be a TV personality, former model, actor, spokesperson, creative director and director. With his wide array of experiences and interests.
In addition to his photography and humanitarian work, Mike Ruiz has branched out as a director and television personality. He has produced music videos for artists, such as Vanessa Williams, Kelly Rowland, Jody Watley, Kristine W., Shontelle, The Blonds among others. Back in 2007, Mike took on a passion project for himself when he directed one of his role models, RuPaul, in an indie film entitled, Starrbooty. Some of his television credits include shows such as Kathy Griffin's: My Life on the D-List; America's Next top Model and RuPaul's Drag Race, where he appears as a celebrity photographer and guest judge. He also rounded out the panel of expert judges on the third season of Canada's Next Top Model.
Mike has recently launched an APP for the iPad, iPhone and Android devices which will be a digital interactive extension of his book, Pretty Masculine. Versions of the all will soon be available for the iPhone and Android devices. The online promotional video has won him a Telly Award. He has also launched a line of T-shirts that are made from a 100% organic cotton/bamboo blend that will have his images printed in 4 color on panels of silk and hand stitched onto the t-shirt making a piece of wearable art that is completely green.
For more on Mike Ruiz and to see his amazing photography, check out HERE! and check out Pretty Masculine
Growing up in the Chicago suburbs, Angelo has always been inspired by L.A. fashion and street culture. Upon early graduation from the Illinois School of Art-Schaumburg, Angelo Kritikos turned his childhood hobby into a thriving career and instantly booked modeling shoots for various world-renowned agencies including Wilhelmina, Ford, Elite and Next throughout New York, Miami and Chicago. In pursuing his dreams of becoming a top celebrity photographer, Angelo moved to L.A. where he quickly became a favorite amongst young Hollywood and began shooting numerous stars such as Shenae Grimes, Keke Palmer, Gregg Sulkin, James Maslow, Kelsey Chow, and Nolan Funk, to name a few. Following in the footsteps of David LaChappelle, Angelo continues to draw inspiration from LA's youth culture and is often seen capturing the hottest trends on Melrose and Fairfax.
With Angelo's work found in various magazines including BlackBook, Bullet, Glamour, Seventeen, Maxim, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Paper, Interview, and Fashionisto, along with his growing resume in the music video industry, there doesn't seem to be an end in sight for this award-winning artist.
On Wednesday, The Men's Morning Show is proud to welcome photographer: Sepia Prince to the show!
To listen to the show call 215-383-5795 (press "1" if you have a question or comment) or online in the chat room at www.blogtalkradio.com/the-mens-morning-show. Show time 7:30 am to 9:30 am EST. Mon-Fri
Inspirational Moments is a show that is a tool to encourage, uplift, motivate, and inspire hearts of listeners.
Inspirational Moments is a platform for Pastor, Speakers, Artist, and People to share their gifts, talents, and testimony.
Host: Tanisha Jones has a heart of compassion for the listeners and she wants to give word of inspiration to give the listeners hope and inspire them with the messsage of Jesus Christ.
Special Guest: Joseph Johnson is a photographer at " The Forgotten Stories".
Joseph Johnson will be discussing photography, specials, and promotions to help you get your new photos and new memoties captured in pictures.
You can email you prayer request, praise reports, and comments/questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramona Torres, Rae, is a first generation Latina raised and educated in New York City. As a young adult she joined the military where she received her formal training to develop and fine tune her photography skills. While in the military her official assignment as Post Photographer took her to new height as she photographed while hanging from helicopters. Rae works with both film and digital mediums and specializes in capturing Mother Nature at her best. While using computer software she is able to create exciting new forms of photo-artwork, abstracts.
To view more of her work, www.shutterbuggy.com.
Interview with celebrity photographer Timothy White and performance by band, Up Full Rising.
As we remember on this Memorial Day those who wore our nation's uniform, who fought and died in defense of our liberty during times of war and peace...
Tonight we are joined by Robert Cunningham, photographer who has chronicled our US troops serving in Afghanistan, from the moment of their deployment to the battlefield to their heartfelt return.
Cunningham has photographed the five living US presidents, nine heads of state, 12 prime ministers, numerous astronauts, celebrities, and Fortune 500 CEOs. But his proudest moment in a ten-year photography career came when he photographed US troops serving in Afghanistan. He took 55,000 photos and had a selection of the best published in Afghanistan: On the Bounce.
View some of them at https://www.facebook.com/AfghanistanBook or at http://afgotb.com and then join us this evening for an unforgettable and special Memorial Day program.
We talk to award-winning photographer Viviane Moos about her perilous journey to the streets of Brazil where she lived amongst children who have endured hardships that many of us here in the United States could not fathom.
Viviene gained the trust and love of these children of whom have allowed her to chronicle their daily lives through her powerful photos that reveal a world of poverty, drug addiction and loss.
click here to go directly to viviane's kickstarter to support her importact cause now! All donations make a difference!!!
LIVE RADIO SHOW | Talk shop, have fun this Friday (12pm PST) with Ideahaus' Kevin Popovic, Jeff Wood and veteran photographer Jack Wolf (aka, the Wolf Man). Known as one of the great commercial and editorial photographers in the US, Jack taught many young creatives how to get great photos. Join the show LIVE, ask your questions, add your two cents. Call (646) 652-2494 to join the show live, share during "Whatcha Working On?" and ask our experts for advice. Comment on weekly segments like "Who Wrote That?" a review of the best and worse in advertising copy. Tweet @ideahaus to comment online!
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