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Nic Rossmüller : May 29th 2006 - 20:05 CET

Photography tips from Photographer Chris Rainier

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KingstonPhotography tips from Photographer Chris Rainier : Kingston Technology, the independent world leader in memory products, announced that internationally-acclaimed and award-winning documentary photographer, Chris Rainier, is the featured photographer on Kingston's Icons of Photography Web site beginning today. Chris Rainier is considered one of the premier Master Photo Printers in the world. His love and appreciation for black-and-white photography can be traced back to his days as an assistant to Ansel Adams. Today, Chris Rainier continues his documentary photography of disappearing cultures around the world and is the director of Cultures on the Edge, a Web site which is part of National Geographic's Cultures Initiative.
Photography tips from Photographer Chris Rainier Photography tips for travellers
Kingston's Icons of Photography program and Web site has quickly become one of the most popular online locations for photo enthusiasts and professional photographers to learn tips and techniques from some of the world's most respected photographers. As this month's Icons of Photography spotlight photographer, Chris Rainier will share a number of travel-related tips that have helped him navigate even the most remote parts of the world. His tips will also help readers capture the beauty and character in their own part of the world. Whether photographing in New Guinea or New England, readers will take away information that can be applied to their own photography and workflow.

Photographer Chris Rainier about Black and white film
"While I still have a love and passion for black-and-white film, my use of digital photography has allowed me to grow professionally and look at my subjects from a new and fascinating perspective," said Chris Rainier. "My use of Kingston media cards has given me the confidence to experiment with my work and literally create a whole new dimension to what I've been doing. In my world, film and digital are cohabitating in a way I never thought possible," Chris added.

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"Photographers continue to rely on Kingston products to perform flawlessly in even the most extreme circumstances," says Wendy Lecot, Flash memory marketing manager, Kingston. "The combination of speed and reliability has made Kingston a leader in the memory business. We will continue to provide photographers with products that give them the confidence to concentrate more on their photography and less on technology," added Lecot.

Kinston Photography website - Tips from Photographers
Chris Rainier has published three photography books. Ancient Marks: The Sacred Origins of Tattoos and Body Markings, recently published in paperback by Insight Editions following a hardcover edition published in late 2004; Keepers of The Spirit and Where Masks Still Dance, New Guinea. Kingston will introduce a new photographer with his or her featured photographic tip, gallery of images, calendar of events and biography around the 15th of each month. Photographers and consumers can read the latest tips and view images by visiting the Kingston website . Other Kingston Icons of Photography include: Barbara Bordnick, Colin Finlay, Douglas Kirkland, Gerd Ludwig, Peter Read Miller, and Harry Benson.

about Chris Rainier
Chris Rainier is considered one of the leading documentary photographers working today. His life mission is to document the disappearing cultures and tribes remaining on the planet. His photographs have appeared in: Life magazine, Time magazine, National Geographic Publications, Smithsonian magazine, Conde Nast Traveler, Outside magazine, The New Yorker, German French and Russian GEO magazines, Men's Journal, The New York Times, and the publications of The United Nations, The International Red Cross, and Amnesty International.

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