Ja, ok, I have a B-Tech degree in photography, and I've been a pro shooter here in Cape Town for 12 years. But that means nothing till we do your shoot and you get the results, because that's all that matters. I endeavour to give every job my passion and dedication. I love my job. 12 years of publications, campaigns and projects for big name clients suggests I'm probably good at it too.
I shoot mainly editorial, stock, PR and advertising material, with the odd wedding for balance! I aim to expand my studio set-up and focus more on higher end commercial commissions Having studied photography for 3 years, after being a photo-hobbyist for 5 years, and then working in-house for a photographer for a year, and then heading out on my own end 2000, my photographic experience is wide and varied. During 2009-2010 I also completed my B.Tech Photography degree part-time, focusing on the influence of micro-stock on commercial photography.
Well said. I take a very simplistic view. How many people that I know - and I know a lot - listens to internet radio? Especially the local ones. Using the rather thumb-sucky 6 degrees of seperation logic, something tells me that somewhere along the line, someone I know should at least know someone who listens to online radio. As of yet, I haven't found a single South African bring this up in my conversation. Except for one of two listening to overseas online radios like Last.fm or Jango.
Also, on that point. There are so many different ways of using video now. I have shot from "Cooking Show" type videos for appliance manufacturers, to manufacturing for furniture people, to interviews. I keep telling my clients they'd be left behind if they don't get in now. www.danienel.co.za