RON SOLIMAN of BEAR, DE, has received special honors in the WEDDING & PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS INTERNATIONAL (WPPI) 2010 Awards of Excellence 16×20 Print Competition. Designed to recognize outstanding photographers, the judging was held in Las Vegas, NV on March 6 and 7, 2010. “PASTOR COVERS BRIDE” & “GROOM LIGHTS A CIGAR” each received an Accolade of Excellence in the Wedding Details category. SOLIMAN competed against an international field of photographers to win such honors. The Awards of Excellence 16×20 Print Competition awards are presented each year at the largest trade show, educational platform and convention in the United States for professional photographers. The 2010 competition included 3388 prints in 18 different categories submitted by photographers from all over the world. For more information please visit WWW.WPPIONLINE.COM/COMPETITION.ASPX
PRESS FEATURE: DELAWARE BRIDE I am proud to announce that one of my images from Vinnie and Rohit’s Indian Wedding was published by DELAWARE BRIDE MAGAZINEfor their Spring and Summer 2010 issue. The issue had its debut at its 20th Annual Upstate Bridal Show on February 28, 2010, where we also exhibited our work together with talented DELAWARE VIDEOGRAPHER MELISSA CONSTANTINO OF PEAPATCH VIDEO.
E-BOUTIQUE OPENS Talented fashion model Megan Colley and a good friend of mine recently opened her E-Boutique. CLICK HERE AND CHECK OUT WHAT SHE OFFERS…
Katerina and Mike made my Greece experience more memorable. The whole photo shoot became a tour of Plaka, the most attractive district of Acropolis. Thanks to Athens photographer Stefanos, who was very helpful showing me around this amazing place! Here’s a little something about this historic place- “Pláka is the picturesque old historical neighbourhood of ATHENS, clustered around the northern and eastern slopes of the ACROPOLIS, and incorporating labyrinthine streets and neoclassical architecture. Plaka is built on top of the residential areas of the ancient town of Athens. During the early modern age (XVth century) and until the early 20th century Plaka was inhabited by an ARVANITE community.Apparently the name stems from ARVANITIKA “Pliak Athena”, meaning “Old Athens”. Plaka is the Athens that became capital of Greece in 1834. It is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists around the year, and is under strict zoning and conservation regulations, being the only neighborhood in Athens where all utilities (water, power, cable television, telephone, internet, and sewage) lie underground in fully accessible, custom-made tunnelling. Motor vehicles are not allowed in Plaka, and most streets are too narrow, thus not being able to accommodate them anyway. The contrast of the different colors of Plaka made this whole location a perfect spot for any […]