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Kent DuFault

Director of Content at Photzy.com & Web Content Writer for Gurushots.com

Location icon United States,US

In May of 2015, I was promoted from Creative Copywriter to Director of Content and Chief Copywriter for Photzy.com. My new duties include researching, interviewing, and hiring new writers. I'm also developing long term strategies for the company's editorial and marketing content. I will continue to write serialized storytelling emails, landing pages, interviews, and social media content that markets and sells photography related products.

In February of 2016, I became the Partnership Manager for Gurushots.com. In this role, I will be developing relationships throughout different industries in an effort to acquire sponsorship partners for numerous Gurushots activities. In July 2017, I changed roles at GuruShots and became a Web Content Writer.

In addition, I write freelance blog posts, how-to books, quick guides, and specialized reports relating to the photography, food, and publishing industries.

I am a published short story author with published works in the horror, drama, science fiction, romance, and young adult genres. I am also writing a serial graphic novel on Instagram. It can be found at: @snapseedit

I worked many years as a professional photographer.

My interests lie in photography, writing, communication, advertising, public relations, storytelling, social media, video production, customer service, and business growth through an effective plan of communication for today's environment.

I spent four years living in Argentina.

Portfolio

Scriptwriting and Voiceover

Current - Most Recent Publications

Anette Mossbacher
02/27/2019
Amazing Product Absolutely Makes Wildlife Photography Easier

I have been doing some freelance blog post writing for Wildlife & Nature Photographer Anette Mossbacher. Anette is from South Africa. She leads some pretty exciting tours and workshops. For this blog post, we talked about an important piece of her equipment.

Anette Mossbacher
02/16/2019
Excited Photographers Love This Amazing Natural Paradise

I have been doing some freelance blog post writing for Wildlife & Nature Photographer Anette Mossbacher. Anette is from South Africa. She leads some pretty exciting tours and workshops. For this blog post, we talked about her recent trip to Namibia, Africa.

Photzy.com
08/01/2018
The Real Story Behind Your Camera Meter

I wrote this guide to help photographers understand how their camera light meter operates, what conditions can create an incorrect reading, and how to correct for it.

Iphoneographycentral
07/15/2018
Apps Uncovered 15 July 2018 - Patterns & Textures

My photograph of some "simply stacked cardboard" was selected for the Apps Uncovered Feature over at iphonegraphycentral.com. It's pretty exciting because they have thousands and thousands of photos from which to make their selections. Feels pretty good. Also, I've been preaching this for years... there are great photos everywhere... you just have to be able to see them. "Selected by Bob Weil This week's Apps Uncovered presents what I hope you'll find to be an interesting selection of images...

Older Work

Photzy
Effective Storytelling Special Offer - Photzy

"Those of you who have followed my writing and photography know that I'm a huge proponent of storytelling in photographic imaging. For those of you that are new to my writing, in my mind a professional-level photograph consists of three components: technically sound (although a quality photo doesn't always have to be technically perfect); an organized composition (without that your photograph is a lazy mess, and a viewer feels that...

Photzy.com
12/06/2017
Why is His Nose SO Big

I wrote this CTA email for a Photzy Quick Guide on the use of wide-angle lenses.

GuruShots.com
11/29/2017
27 Award Winning Photographs and What Special Element They Bring to the Table

(I wrote this article to inspire GuruShots photographers.) "What does it take to win a challenge, or a Guru's selection? The competition is stiff on GuruShots. There are thousands of photographers, from around the world, submitting photos to every challenge. We have culled a selection of winning photographs, and we are going to discuss what is special about them."

Photzy
Snap Cards Special Offer -

OPTION#1 You keep doing what you're doing now, keep getting the results you've been getting, and continue praying that eventually you'll figure out this whole photography thing ...Or... Take control of your photography now. Grab these snap cards. And change the way you learn photography from this point forward.

Photzy.com
10/27/2017
SNAP! Cards PLS emails 1-3

I wrote the 3 emails PLS for Photzy.com, which resulted in the most successful product launch in the company history.

iphoneography.com
06/18/2017
Selected 5 times in 6 weeks!

For the 5th time in 6 weeks one of my iphone photographs has been featured in the Apps Uncovered profile on iphoneography.com

Light Stalking
03/30/2017
Why Leading Lines Are Trickier Than You Think

A lot of folks get into photography without having any type of art background or art training. Some might be telling themselves, "Hey, I know how to use a camera. Why do I need that?" The answer lies in one word- communication.

Photzy.com
03/17/2017
CTA Email to Sell Contrastly Product

I wrote this CTA email, which was one of two that went out to promote the entire catalog on Lightroom Presets being sold by Contrastly.com

Photzy.com
01/18/2017
Printing and Sharing in Lightroom

I wrote this guide in response to an inquiry from a Photzy.com member who was having some trouble printing their photographs from Lightroom.

Photzy.com
01/04/2017
The Real Reason That You Should Be Using Manual Mode

This photography quick guide explores, and explains, the different shooting modes on a digital camera. It then describes how the "manual mode" can help newer photographers learn about how a camera functions.

Photzy.com
12/14/2016
BLUR The #1 Photo Killer

I wrote the CTA email to drive Photzy members to this photography guide.

Light Stalking Photography Blog and Community
10/11/2016
2 Reasons Your B&W Photography Might Stink and How to Avoid Them

Have you ever entered a black & white photography contest, and then wondered, as you looked around at your competitors photographs, why does the competition look so awesome and my photo is a bit... you're not even sure... you just know that your entry doesn't have the snap and visual power of the competing photographs.

Photzy.com
08/13/2016
Quick Tip Email Promoting Fundamental Edits Book

I write these Quick Tips Emails to promote additional sales for existing Photzy products. I read the publication and pull some piece of relevant information from the book. I then pen an interesting email from the excerpt to promote a click-through.

Photzy.com
07/25/2016
DPinsiders 4 email PLS

I wrote the 4 email PLS to send Photzy members to this affiliate offer.

Photzy.com
07/13/2016
CTA Light - Book 1

I wrote the CTA email to drive Photzy members to this product offer.

Light Stalking Photography Blog and Community
06/15/2016
Why Rhythm Makes This Photo Rock!

Photograph by Kent DuFault I believe that the reason for this is the use of rhythm in the composition. You might say to yourself, "Yeah! Self! There is obviously repetition here, and that's what everyone likes..." I am going to make the case that there is a difference between repetition and rhythm.

Photzy.com
05/27/2016
Better Black and White

I wrote this Premium Guide to Black and White conversion from a color digital image file.

Photzy.com
07/06/2016
The Art of Seeing

I wrote this quick guide for Photzy. It's one of my favorites, because I believe the "Art of Seeing" is a photographic skill that is slowly becoming extinct.

Light Stalking Photography Blog and Community
04/20/2016
What Can Billiards Teach You About Light & Photography?

Light is malleable. Have you ever thought about that- that you could work light like a ball of clay? It's true. Light has 5 distinct characteristics that should be of interest to any photographer, and one undeniable truth that every photographer should know and understand. However, many don't. H...

Photzy
01/08/2016
Powerful Imagery Special Offer -

I wrote the sales letter and landing page for this offer. Mitchell Kanashkevich is an award-winning travel/documentary photographer. He is also behind some of the best-selling photography eBooks of all time. Mitchell's work has appeared in magazines such as National Geographic Traveler, Vanity Fair, Lonely Planet Traveler, Geographical UK and has made its way into private photo collections around the world.

Photzy.com
10/14/2015
The Art of Seeing

This Quick Guide helps a beginning photographer to develop their "eye" - their own way of seeing the world through their camera.

Photzy.com
02/03/2015
Understanding Shooting Modes

A beginner's guide to choosing the correct shooting mode for different types of photography.

Photzy.com
02/15/2016
Understanding Metering Modes

This how to guide helps photographers understand the metering modes on their cameras and how to properly use them.

soshecooks.com
04/25/2015
Vegan Italian Meringue

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Photzy.com
10/31/2013
Understanding and Controlling Light

I wrote this quick guide to help amateur photographers begin the process of understanding how they can control light to improve their photographs. Photograph by Jim Pennucci. https://www.flickr.com/photos/pennuja/5379546254/

Photzy.com
02/25/2015
To Kit or Not to Kit

I discuss the common practice of selling cameras which are bundled with accessories. I take a particular offer and break it down for the reader so that they can evaluate for themselves if they believe it's a value or not.

Photzy.com
01/02/2014
Dealing With Low Light

This quick guide was designed to give beginning photographers some basic knowledge on how to deal with low light situations.

Photzy.com
09/24/2014
Understanding Lenses

This article digs into the lesser known considerations for purchasing a photographic camera lens.

Photzy.com
03/12/2013
HDR Imaging - A Short Guide

An introductory lesson on how to shoot and process photographs using HDR technology.

Photzy.com
01/20/2016
How to Remove a Double Chin

I wrote this Quick Guide to help beginning photographers, and photo retouchers, get a grasp for a simple (yet often required) retouching edit to remove a double chin from a subject.

Photzy.com
12/16/2015
Making the Invisible Visible

An interview with Portuguese Street Photographer, Vasco Trancoso. He shares his views on humanity, life on the street, and the future of photography.

Photzy.com
03/27/2015
When Photography & Art Collide

An interview with Internet phenomenon, Jessica Drossin. She discusses her creative influences, her thriving business, and much more. Cover photography Copyright 2015 Jessica Drossin.

Photzy.com
09/02/2015
Confessions of a Validation Junkie

My interview with Landscape Photographer- Jeff Clow. He shares his thoughts on photography, life, and learning.

Photzy.com
10/31/2014
Technology - Face It and Embrace It

An interview with professional British photographer, Sean Malyon: his work and his switch to mirrorless cameras. Photograph Copyright 2014 Sean Malyon.

Lightstalking
06/18/2013
The Dream of Turning Pro

The Dream of Turning Pro - One Woman's Journey An interview with fashion photographer, Lauren Gherardi. What Photographer Hasn't Dreamed of Turning Pro? And why wouldn't they? It's a seductive thought isn't it? Spending our days creating beautiful images - and getting paid for our efforts. This is the story of one woman who had the dream and her journey to success.

Photzy.com
05/30/2014
Product Launch email Seq. #1-3 Advanced Composition Book

This 3 email PLS launched the sale of the Advanced Composition Book. The ACB broke Photzy.com's record for best converting product. In three days, it sold enough copies for me to get my bonus. At one point sales were so brisk that it shut down the server. The PLS email campaign had an open rate of 42%. My boss told me that the landing page that I wrote (to sell the book) was sheer genius. If you would like to check out the landing page, you can see it here: http://bit.ly/1o87KKU

soshecooks.com
04/22/2015
Homemade Peanut Butter

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Photzy
02/10/2016
How to Make a Bokeh-licious Valentine - Photzy

By Kent DuFault Figure 1 Photograph by Louri Goussev Today, I'm going to show you how to make a custom valentine photo with hearts of light, using just a few simple items. Your valentine will love it!

Lightstalking
09/26/2012
Is Program Mode For Idiots?

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting If you've been involved in photography for any length of time at all, you'll most likely recognize this scenario - You and a bunch of your photography friends are standing around the water cooler at work or the barbecue pit in your backyard, or the cookie table at the camera club meeting when the subject of shooting modes comes up.

Photzy
12/10/2014
How to Photograph Christmas Lights - Photzy

A Super Quick Guide By Kent DuFault Photzy, recently had a request from one of their readers for information on how to (effectively) photograph holiday lights on a Christmas tree and the exterior of a house.

soshecooks.com
04/20/2015
Orange Custard Tart

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Photzy.com
03/18/2015
Getting "BALANCE" in Your Exposures

I wrote the CTA email to promote this Photzy.com Quick Guide on the Exposure Triangle. Photograph by emifaulk https://www.flickr.com/photos/emifaulk/2550444609

CopyShoppy.com
06/11/2014
Develop a Brand Name for a New Entertainment Complex

I developed 3 brand names for this entertainment complex that offers go-cart racing, laser tag, and a video arcade. Thumbnail Photograph by Magic Tuba Pixie https://www.flickr.com/photos/the-magic-tuba-pixie/6087540668

soshecooks.com
04/26/2015
Chimichurri Chickpeas

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Lightstalking
09/10/2013
Depth of Field Simplified

Depth of field (DOF) is probably one of the least understood principles of photography. Most photographers seem aware of its existence, but few seem able to define exactly how it works and how to put it to use. We believe that part of the reason for this is because it is completely fluid, (meaning constantly...

So She Cooks
05/14/2015
Chickpeas Crackers (Vegan)

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Photzy.com
02/11/2015
She's Tired of Candy. He's Tired of Cologne.

CTA email to drive traffic to the Photzy website. This email directs the viewer to a Quick Guide that I wrote for Valentine's Day. Photography by Pablo. https://www.flickr.com/photos/lordferguson/2288595733/in/photostream/

Photzy.com
08/27/2014
Night Photography

This Quick Guide teaches photographers how to begin taking photographs at night.

Photzy.com
05/28/2014
Rainy Day Photography Fun

Quick guide for photographer's that offers inspiration and tips for taking photographs in the rain.

Lightstalking
12/08/2013
5 Daily Exercises to Become a Better Photographer

Photography is fun because it is all about learning and advancing your skills. Self-improvement brings happiness and a sense of pride as we see our efforts improve. Improving requires practice and training. We've developed a list of 5 daily exercises to become a better photographer. These are quick tips that you could do each day....

Photzy.com
03/27/2015
The Creativity Catalog - Landing Page

I wrote the Creativity Catalog. It's a publication geared toward helping photographers that have suffered creative burnout. I also wrote this landing page to sell the product.

Photzy.com
03/14/2015
Single Product Launch email

Does Your Landscape Photography Have the Blahs? Product launch email for the Johny Spencer video course of using Lightroom for the post-production of landscape photographs.

Lightstalking
12/17/2013
How Framing Can Enhance Your Landscape Photographs

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Photographing a beautiful landscape is an activity that touches just about all of us. Whether we're in our backyard, or trekking into a mountain range, a breathtaking view is always worth capturing. However, sometimes those photographs can be disappointing, as they don't accurately portray what our eyes witnessed.

Light Stalking Photography Blog and Community
02/24/2016
Why The Color RED Made Me a Better Photographer

I wrote this advertorial blog post, which describes the power of the color red in a composition, and it leads potential customers to a CTA to purchase an eBook.

Photzy.com
02/16/2016
Psychology of Color Cheatsheet

A Bonus item attached to a product launch to increase the perceived value for the purchase of that item.

Lightstalking
01/08/2014
These Are The Secrets of Professional Food Photographers

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Food photography is a highly specialized niche in the world of professional photography. A food shoot often includes a team of experts (including a food stylist) whose sole purpose is to make sure the food looks delicious and edible.

Lightstalking
02/03/2014
Framing

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting As a young photographer, one of the first skills we were ever taught was the importance of "framing". Now that we are one of the old salts and have mentored many young photographers over the last two decades; we see that framing is a tool that seems to be losing importance.

Photzy.com
02/19/2016
Understanding Light: Book 2

This book builds upon the information that was supplied in Book I. It gives photographers direction on how to take their knowledge of light and put it into practical use.

Photzy.com
05/07/2014
Wildlife Photography - A Primer

I wrote this quick guide on wildlife photography for photographers interested in pursuing that genre. Thumbnail photograph by Jan Tik https://www.flickr.com/photos/jantik/308709862/

Lightstalking
02/28/2014
How to Find Great Photographic Subjects - A Case Study on Farms

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Photographers are always looking for new subjects to photograph. We typically think of vacations, special events in our cities, national parks, zoos, or a trip to the sea shore when we want to go out photographing.

Lightstalking
10/15/2013
These Ideas Will Get Your Street Photography Rocking

Street photography is a great window into the human condition. Henri Cartier-Bresson, who was one of the founding fathers of modern photojournalism, and often credited with creating the term, The Decisive Moment, captures the eloquence of street photography in his 1957 interview with The Washington Post, he said,

Photzy.com
06/18/2014
Here's A Good Story For You!

CTA email to direct customers to their Photzy.com, Locker guides. Thumbnail photograph by Vinoth Chandar https://www.flickr.com/photos/vinothchandar/8530944828/

Lightstalking
05/22/2013
When A Lack of Color is the Perfect Answer

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Has this question ever crossed your mind? I wonder if I should shoot this in black & white? We think every photographer has been faced with this decision. And many folks today, in this digital world, would just tell themselves, "I can always convert it later".

Lightstalking
09/20/2013
These Are the Ways to put the WOW Factor into Your Portraits

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Most photographers, at some point in their career, make a decision to begin photographing people. Your decision may be simply to include people in your landscape photography (for the purpose of establishing scale). But many of you will want to begin, or advance, your skills in the area of portraits.

Photzy.com
02/17/2016
The Magic of Old

I wrote this CTA email for Photzy's publication of the Quick Guide titled, "Photographing the Old and Abandoned".

Photzy.com
03/14/2014
Your Time Is Precious

CTA email to direct client list to marketing partner landing page. Thumbnail Photograph by Jargalsaikhan Dorjnamjil http://bit.ly/1nSBKP9

Photzy.com
01/28/2015
Macro Photography - For LESS Cost!

Weekly CTA email to drive subscriber list to the website. Photograph by Sarah Cartwright https://www.flickr.com/photos/sarahcartwright/369063792

Lightstalking
05/01/2014
How to Photograph Boats, Ships, and All Things That Float

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Who among us hasn't stood somewhere, and watched a boat go by, while thinking to ourselves, Wow! That would make a great picture. Think of the many opportunities available to you as a photographer, no matter what your location is.

Lightstalking
09/25/2013
How to Get Amazing Images from Shadows (15 Awesome Examples)

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting Photographing shadows is often overlooked as a creative subject for our photography, and we can understand why. Any photographer, or photographic professional, will tell you that photography is all about light. That's true. But we see beauty in that little ugly duckling called shadows.

Lightstalking
01/28/2014
Shoot stunning vacation photographs

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting We all love vacation. It's a time to relax and enjoy the things we love most. For many, that means lying around doing nothing, or perhaps reading a book, sleeping in late, taking extra long lunches in exotic locations.

Lightstalking
04/18/2014
How to Use the Color Red for Impact in Your Photography

Believe it or not, the first attempts at color photography date all the way back to the 1840′s. Over the years, various inventors improved the color photographic process by making it easier to produce, and by more stable under full spectrum lighting. It was in 1935 that color photography became mainstream when Kodak introduced their legendary film, Kodachrome.

Photzy
10/31/2014
Let's Capture Some Halloween Magic... -

As the sun drops below the horizon, and all the little ghosts and goblins descend upon your neighborhood, it's time to get your camera ready! But- you don't want to just line up your costumed subjects, and snap a pic. You want to infuse some creativity into your goblin photos!

Lightstalking
10/10/2012
Camera Shake: What Causes It and How to Eliminate It for Good

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting We've been involved in photography (both on the shooting end of things as well as in equipment sales) for more years than we would really care to admit. During that tenure, we've been asked hundreds if not thousands of times -"What went wrong with this picture?"

Lightstalking
04/07/2015
Portrait Pro 12.0 - A Gimmick or a Serious Photographer's Tool?

When I was asked if I would like to review the Portrait Pro 12 software package for Lightstalking.com, I got pretty excited. I became excited because - just like you; I like playing with new stuff! On top of that, I take my job seriously.

Lightstalking
09/19/2012
Minimalism - The Art of Less

Our first exposure to the Minimalist Art Movement occurred back in the early 1990′s. We were visiting a prominent modern art museum in a large Midwestern city in the United States. We had passed through an arch and entered a room which was occupied by a single large painted canvas.

Lightstalking
11/26/2013
The Secrets to Using Bounced Light to Make Your Photos Pop

In the pursuit of photography, light is everything. But, sometimes we're put into situations where the available light isn't very good, or it isn't enough, or, it's coming from the wrong direction. When faced with this dilemma, we have but one choice, to add light of our own. This can present difficulties.

Lightstalking
05/28/2013
Why do We Love Photography So Much?

By Kent DuFault on in Random We Love Photography - You love Photography It's why we're here reading this blog. Right? But, what is the story behind that love affair? Photography - The Early Years The origin of photography is credited to Thomas Wedgwood who developed the first working camera and the creation of permanent images in 1790.

Lightstalking
02/12/2014
Why You Need a Remote Shutter Release in Your Bag

Anyone who has been involved with photography for some length of time has heard of shutter release cables. But have you ever asked yourself why you need a remote shutter release in your bag? You should ask yourself this question because many photographers still purchase a remote shutter release as one of their last accessories.

CopyShoppy.com
06/04/2014
Develop a Brand Name for a New Coffeemaker

This was a speculative self-assigned copywriting project. I developed three brand names and provided taglines to support my creative. This was one of my favorite speculative projects thus far. Thumbnail Photograph by Lidia Fernández Hidalgo https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9585110784

Lightstalking
09/25/2013
The Beauty of the Super Long Telephoto Lens

So what is a super long telephoto lens. These lenses are in the 300mm and longer category. Some standard focal lengths in this category include the: 300mm, 400mm, 500mm, 600mm, 800mm, 1000mm, 1200mm, and up. by , on Flickr While it's true that this category of lens can hit your pocketbook pretty hard, there are...

Lightstalking
08/26/2013
How To Use The RAW Adjustment Brush For Added Impact in Your Photos

Most of us are aware of the creative power of RAW. But, for those of us that are new to photography, let's talk about what RAW is, and what it means to you as a photographer. In our digital world each camera system produces a "digital negative" direct from the camera's sensor.

CopyShoppy.com
05/29/2014
Develop a Brand Name for an Existing Design Firm

This was a speculative self-assigned project as a contest entry at Copyshoppy.com Thumbnail photograph by - Faith goble https://www.flickr.com/photos/grafixer/2343028244

So She Cooks
05/13/2015
Vegan No-Bake Cheesecake

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Lightstalking
09/30/2013
Useful Tips on How to Photograph Winter Sports

With winter rapidly approaching those of us who live in the Northern Hemisphere, we thought it might be fun to pass along some tips on how to photograph winter sports. Going out into the cold with your camera presents its own unique set of challenges. And those challenges will vary slightly depending on whether you're...

Photzy.com
06/11/2014
Such Beautiful Eyes

CTA email to direct customers to their Photzy.com, Locker guides

Lightstalking
11/28/2013
10 Cheap Gifts For Photographers That Will Rock Their World

As the Holiday Season approaches gift giving is on our minds. The good news is that if you have a photographer on your list the options are almost endless. We thought it would be fun to put together a sample of our favorite gift ideas that any photographer would love to discover under the tree....

Lightstalking
01/30/2014
Photographing puppies

We bet that just about every photographer (at one time or another) has had the desire to try photographing puppies. How can we resist? They're cute, cuddly, they smell good, they're silly, and they love to play, which can lead to all sorts of interesting photographic opportunities. But...

Lightstalking
01/05/2014
5 Essential Edits That Will Improve Almost any Photograph

As photographers, we strive to take a perfect photograph. We compose carefully within our frame, properly expose our image, and make sure our white balance is set right. But, despite our best efforts, there are 5 essential edits that will improve almost any photograph. The reasons why these edits might be necessary are varied.

Lightstalking
02/10/2014
The Art of Looking Down: How to Choose Your Shooting Position

By Kent DuFault on in Shooting The idea for this article, on the art of looking down, first occurred to us several weeks ago while visiting the historic city of Savannah, Georgia. Savannah is a popular spot for photographers due to the history and architecture of the area.

CopyShoppy.com
06/20/2014
Develop a Brand Name For a new Telephone App

This was one of three entries that I developed for this smartphone app that works as a television remote. It was chosen as a finalist in the competition. Thumbnail image by USB https://www.flickr.com/photos/abbot45/81766440/in/photostream/

Product Introduction Email
05/07/2014
This Camera Stinks!!

This Camera Stinks!! CTA email to drive subscribers to the Photzy quick guide for photographers. The guide is an instructional piece to help them better understand the ISO function on their camera. Photograph by Martinak15 http://bit.ly/1gh9X7m

pixelhose.com
12/17/2011
Peg

Winner - First Selection: Fiction Category By: Bellakentuky We all reacted differently the first time we heard the news that the old man had won the lottery. Photograph by Vassil Tzvetanov https://www.flickr.com/photos/vassil_tzvetanov/3666794384

Not-Published
06/04/2014
Develop a Tagline for an Existing Recruiting Firm

This was a speculative self-assigned copywriting project. I developed three brand names and provided taglines to support my creative. The name of the company is, Sprout Recruiting. Thumbnail photograph by The National Guard https://www.flickr.com/photos/thenationalguard/4518562758

Lightstalking
12/08/2013
How to Save Dreary Weather Photographs With HDR

We want you to close your eyes for a moment and imagine the following scenario. You've been saving for the last two years to go on your dream vacation; a photographic expedition to a an exotic location, let's say China.

Ebookmall
10/25/2012
The Power of Fine Furniture

'The Power of Fine Furniture' is a short horror story. It explores how far a man will go when someone interferes with something he loves- even if that someone is very close to him. This story took 8th place out of close to 1000 entries. When you follow this link- you can read the story online or download a .pdf version to your computer.

Pulp Metal Magazine
12/10/2011
Symbiosis by Bellakentuky

The first time I laid eyes on her; I had just robbed a liquor store and gunned down two people in cold blood. Symbiosis is a short story that focuses on the relationship of serial killers. Photograph by Crysco Photography https://www.flickr.com/photos/cryscophotography/9016259258

Not-Published
06/02/2014
Develop a Brand Name for a New Division of, Miraishonen, Inc.

This was a speculative self-assigned project. I developed three brand names for a new division that was being launched. I also provided supporting arguments for my creative. Thumbnail photograph by Wesley Fryer https://www.flickr.com/photos/wfryer/4773742888

So She Cooks
04/29/2015
Spring Veggie Wraps

I polish up up the cook's original manuscript. This includes editing and adding a storyline for entertainment value.

Lightstalking
11/07/2013
So you think you're funny

By Kent DuFault on in Random Stop for a moment and think about the last time you laughed so hard, tears were rolling down your cheeks. Laughter is a gift that we all cherish. Humor is as mysterious as the Heavens. Why? Because it's uniquely tailored to each and every one of us.

Photzy.com
02/28/2014
Product Launch email Seq. #1-3 Basic Composition Book

This was a three email product launch sequence. The marketing effort had an open rate of 48% and a click through rate of 18%. The book became Photzy's second highest selling product in two weeks.

Lightstalking
01/03/2014
Poladroid all that instant fun without the instant cost

We're sure that most of our readers here at Lightstalking are familiar with Polaroid film. But, have you heard of a Poladroid? Before we go down that road, just in case there are some young newbies here, let's reminisce a little bit about Polaroid. Polaroid Polaroid Corporation was founded in the Unites States in 1937.

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