I love this ad. The slogan, displayed ont he label of "What you see is what you get" and then it's so clearly illustrated in the art. The benefit is clear, a good tomato based product. The art is intriguing and it makes me want some fries.
Mobile photography allows an almost immediate reaction to what you see around yourself. It is an ability to sufficiently match you vision in 10 seconds, without dragging a bulky camera that needs to be adjusted with f-stops, aperture, shutter speeds and ISO settings. Mobile photography allows the images in everyday life to transcend into quite millions of other people's screens in a couple of moments, literally.
While heading to the ballroom on New Year’s Eve, we photographers had a lot of reasons to celebrate: 2013 was a year when many people rediscovered their passion for photography. After years of megapixel wars and an SLR monopoly, last year brought us new tools, which helped to redirect our senses toward image creation and away from technical mumbo-jumbo. Of course, as many of you know, Kasia and I have been shooting exclusively with the Fuji X-series cameras. Since our first interaction with the game-changing X100, to the later-released Fuji X-Pro1, Fuji X-E1 and Fuji X100S, our way of seeing the world has found its camera match. While looking through our 2013 images we couldn’t have been more pleased. If there are any flaws or imperfections they could all be ascribed to our failure in the process of crafting an image rather than to any gear limitations.....
The winners have been named in the 2013 National Geographic Photography contest. As a leader in capturing our world through brilliant imagery, National Geographic sets the standard for photographic excellence.
Free infographic design vector elements - Open in vector based program and edit, pie charts, world map, graphs, percentages, (Love a good infographic - RT @studio1c: Free Infographic Design Vector Elements http://t.co/c3wiCrOjvH)...
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