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Brooks photography exhibition about Iraq war

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 23:44:00
Brooks photography exhibition about Iraq war : In 2004, the U.S. Army 425th Civil Affairs Battalion from Santa Barbara was deployed to Iraq. Among those tasked to complete a tour of duty was Jeff DelaCruz, then a student at Brooks Institute of Photography. With active duty status as an Army Civil Affairs sergeant, the new solider had a front-line view of the impact of war and, as photographer, he had the intuition and ability to try and capture it in pictures. DelaCruz, who has returned to Santa Barbara to continue pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Professional Photography, will introduce a retrospective of his time in Iraq, A Soldier’s View: A Pictorial Reflection of the War in Iraq, at the Brooks Institute.


Epson Scholarship for Minnesota student

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-11-12 22:10:00
Epson Scholarship for Minnesota student : Brooks Institute of Photography announced that high school senior Danielle Schalesky, from Lakeville, has been selected to receive the 2006 Warren King Foundation/Epson Scholarship. According to Warren King, chairman of the Foundation board, Schalesky’s application and portfolio, both of which were required for the scholarship review and determination, unquestionably illustrate her commitment to pursuing a future in professional photography. The scholarship was conceived by Warren King and inaugurated with Brooks in 2002 to nurture the study of photographic arts in California high schools. Later, the program was expanded to encompass high schools throughout the United States.


USA photographers support Family Portrait Month

Ralf Jurrien : 2006-10-31 22:00:00
USA photographers support Family Portrait Month : During the month of October, photographers from across the country are joining together with the Professional Photographers of America Charities in promoting "Family Portrait Month." This national fund-raising effort will benefit Operation Smile, a non-profit organization which treats children around the world who suffer with cleft lips, cleft palates and other facial deformities. Participating photographers have pledged to contribute a portion of each October family portrait sale to PPA Charities, which has chosen Operation Smile as its charitable partner. To view a list of photography studios participating in Family Portrait Month, visit the company's website.


Braggone Luxone enable higher Flat Panel performance

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-11 02:13:00
Braggone Luxone enable higher Flat Panel performance : Optoelectronic materials supplier Braggone announced today a new product line that will enable end-user manufacturers of flat panel displays to cost effectively tune their newest product models to significantly better levels of quality and performance. Braggone’s patented, novel nano-manipulation platform of optical and electrical coatings and nano-structures can be implemented directly into flat panel TVs and mobile communication device screens for brighter displays and less power consumption. Braggone’s new material product line, Luxone, is an enabler of next generation displays and flexible optoelectronic devices. These products can be utilized as optoelectronic components.


Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 20:10:00
Photography about Hurrican Katrina consequences : Tate Tullier, hearing impaired photographer, Louisiana native and Gallaudet University graduate shares his unique photographic perspective on New Orleans after hurricane Katrina within a new book titled, Ruby Slippers Cookbook: Life, Culture, Family and Food After Katrina. Through his many photographs, artistic vision and his consulting talents, Tate truly helps capture the look of New Orleans after the flooding engulfed the area in August 2005. Author and Publisher, Amy Cyrex Sins says, “Through his photographs, Tate depicts the dramatic difference between devastated areas of the city and those left untouched by the Katrina aftermath.”


Artistic Photography donated by Mark Andrew

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-09-04 19:11:00
Artistic Photography donated by Mark Andrew : There is no cost to the critically ill children who spend a week of summer camp at the Double H Ranch, thanks to the generous donations of so many concerned individuals. When artistic photographer Mark Andrew learned of the latest campaign to raise over $10 million he contacted camp director Max Yurenda and offered to provide wonderful thank you gifts to the top 30 donors. Andrew presented Yurenda with framed artwork as his donation to help the cause. "Sometimes it helps to encourage donors to give a little more when they can get a quality gift they can display for years to come. I hope my small effort helped to increase the donations they received," said Andrew.


Photo petition to control arms trade

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-06-27 22:55:03
Photo petition to control arms trade : The Control Arms campaign, Amnesty International, Oxfam International and International Action Network on Small Arms, today presented a visual petition by one million people from over 160 countries calling for tough global controls on the arms trade and an Arms Trade Treaty. The Million Faces Petition to control arms trade was handed over to the United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan by Julius Arile, a survivor of armed violence from Kenya (South Africa) and the millionth person to sign the photo petition to control arms trade. Containing the images of a million people from around the world, it is the world's largest photo petition ever held.


New Group simplifies NAND Flash integration

Mark Peters : 2006-05-13 22:37:00
New Group simplifies NAND Flash integration : Hynix Semi-conductor, Intel Corporation, Micron Technology, Phison Electronics Corporation and Sony Corporation are among the founding companies that today announced the formation of the Open NAND Flash Interface (ONFI) Working Group. The mission of the ONFI Working Group is to simplify integration of NAND flash memory into consumer electronics (CE) devices and computing platforms. These leading companies are jointly defining an enhanced chip-level standard interface for the attachment of NAND flash memory to host systems. Today, use of NAND flash in consumer electronics devices and computing platforms is hampered by the lack of sufficient standardization.






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