ExpoImaging Teams with One Model Place for Ray Flash Photo Contest
Photographers interested in entering the contest must be members of One Model Place and should log onto www.onemodelplace.com/expoimaging to complete the simple entry form. Submitters must include both the contest photo taken with a Ray Flash, plus a photo of themselves shooting while using the product. Photos may be submitted for consideration from January 16 through March 31, 2009. All entries will be judged by a team of professional photographers and winners will be announced on April 15 at www.onemodelplace.com.
The Ray Flash is a portable, lightweight adapter for shoe-mount flash units that creates a distinctive lighting effect, producing a virtually shadowless look on the front of the subject, while leaving a soft, even shadow around the edges. The versatile adapter is ideally suited for fashion, wedding, portrait, journalist and macro photography, as either a main or fill light.
One Model Place is an online community designed for models, photographers, agencies, publishers, makeup artists, stylists and clothing designers to share their online portfolios with clients. With more than 250,000 members, One Model Place provides an outlet for the photography industry to plan and coordinate events, where photographers book models and find new talent, and models build portfolios and book jobs. For additional information, please visit www.onemodelplace.com.
ExpoImaging Inc. markets and develops innovative camera accessories and is the pioneer in digital white balance filters. Ray Flash: The Ring Light Adapter, Honl Photo Speed System, ExpoDisc Digital White Balance Filters, and the ExpoAperture2 Depth-of-Field Guide are available at select photography dealers worldwide, or online at www.expoimaging.net.
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