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Morris Photographic – new facebook site

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Morris Photographic
Morris Photographic

Founded in 1979 Morris Photographic is a camera accessory retailer for professional and amateur photographers.

They stock tripods, binoculars, lightmeters, flash guns, lenses and bags – including the Think Tank Photo and Orbis ranges.

“We are an independent family run business that is dedicated to helping their customers to find the right product at the right price. We employ knowledgeable staff and customer service is our highest priority!”

Check out Morris Photographic’s new FACEBOOK FAN PAGE

Morris Photographic – IN STORE EVENT – 18th December 2010

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Morris Photographic are hosting an IN STORE EVENT with THINK TANK PHOTO & ORBIS.

A specialist from Snapperstuff (UK & Ireland distributor) will be demonstrating the Think Tank Photo range of camera bags & accessories and the Orbis ring flash, alongside Ricoh, Nissin, Color Confidence, Proline, Kowa, Kenro and Opticron.

We will also be doing an Orbis photo walk at 12 noon on the day. Where you will get an insight into using the Orbis ring flash!

Spaces are limited, so… please contact Morris Photographic now to book your space. Tel: 0845 430 2030

Date: Saturday, 18th December 2010

Time: 10am – 4pm

Venue: Morris Photographic, Unit 9 Worcester Road Industrial Estate, Worcester Road (A44), Chipping Norton, Oxon, OX7 5XW

And we look forward to seeing you there :0)

12th Man project – Joe Toth needs your help

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The idea of the 12th Man project is one that I have been contemplating for sometime. I have always wanted to shoot sports fans in a portrait type setting instead of the stadiums you see them in.

After working at the World Cup this summer in South Africa, the idea was firmly cemented in my head and I knew it was something I needed to do. The emotion of the fans in South Africa, whether their team won or lost was amazing. I found myself connecting with these people and wanting to make amazing pictures of them, even if they never saw the images.

Back in the United Kingdom and wanting to get the project started, I realised that financially I could not accomplish this on my own. With the cost of travel and studio hire, lighting, I needed to raise funds.
I found the website www.kickstarter.com and thought that this might be the way to go. Kickstarter allows you to raise funds for almost any sort of artistic project, but you get the chance to give back to the people donating. I thought this might be a great way to entice people to donate.
So far the going has been slow, but with a cutoff date of the 27th of January 2011, I am positive I can reach my goal. There are some pretty good rewards out there for people to donate for. From prints to tickets to a gallery show, even a book of the 12th Man project.
I would like to come back in a months time and update Snapper Stuff with positive news, but to make that happen I need you help:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/12thman/the-12th-man

You can also follow Joe’s progress on the 12th Man project on twitter here: @12thManProject

We will update you on Joe’s fundraising progress just after 27th January 2011.

Think Tank Photo 5th Anniversary competition

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Grand Prize

The Grand Prize winning-photographer will receive the $5,000 cash prize. The judges will select the one best photo from all photos submitted into the four categories: (1) What does urban, gritty, or edgy mean to you?; (2) The most creative, interesting, or unique “What’s In Your Bag” shot; (3) The most creative, interesting, or unique shot of photographers wearing/using Think Tank gear; (4) Any photo the entrant believes portrays Think Tank Photo’s “Be Ready ‘Before the Moment’” theme.

2nd Prize

The best photograph submitted for each of the four categories wins a Think Tank Photo Airport International V2.0 roller. Plus, the photographer of the image receiving the most votes by the public wins an Airport International V2.0 roller.

3rd Prize

The second best photograph submitted for each of the four categories wins an Urban Disguise 50 shoulder bag. This large capacity bag holds more gear than you ever imagined, and a 15.4” laptop!

4th Prize

The third best photograph submitted for each of the four categories wins a StreetWalker photo backpack. Designed for use in urban and crowded environments, this slim, lightweight backpack is sized as an international travel carry-on.

5th Prize

Five Honorable Mention winners will be selected for each of the four categories. They win a Pixel Pocket Rocket CF card holder. Store 10 memory cards in a small, compact package that fits easily in your pocket or attaches to your belt or bags.

DEADLINE = 30 November 2010 @ 11:59 pm (PST)

FOR MORE INFO & TO ENTER CLICK HERE NOW !