Nyack, NY (PRWEB) May 18, 2011
With the aftermath of the devastating tragedy in Japan, and media attention starting to wind down, Photographic.ly announced that they will donate 50 cents of each wristband purchase to the disaster relief fund, in hopes of continuously supporting the efforts of the Red Cross.
The wristbands are a unique and exclusive way for photographers to not only show their love of photography, but also help support a great cause.
“We released these wristbands originally a month before the disaster in Japan. Photographers are more intimately tied to this tragedy than many because the gear we use is made by the people of Sendai and the surrounding regions”, said David Schloss, creator of Photographic.ly. “So many lives have been devastated and all of them are somehow tied to the art form we love. We're urging everyone, especially photographers, to donate to the relief efforts as this tragedy continually unfolds”.
In addition to aiding the disaster relief fund, these wristbands are also a stylish and hip accessory for any photographer. We see wristbands for almost every cause and now photographers can have their own exclusive wristband. The wristbands mimic the colors and numbers of original Nikon lenses, and the non-colored wristbands mimic the numbers of a Canon lens. The wristbands also come in a camera setting dial version which mimics the different camera settings on both Nikon’s and Canons. Visit http://photographic.ly for more information and to see these one-of-a-kind wristbands.
Photographic.ly was started by veteran editor, author, photographer and product guru, David Schloss, who spent five years as the Technology Editor at Photo District News and has been testing and writing about photography and technology for twenty years. A photographer by trade and by love, David grew up in a photographic family—both of his parents worked as commercial shooters. Photographic.ly hosts a group of products that can be used to help photos become more awesome and as great gifts.
For more information, or to receive wristbands as samples or giveaways, please contact David Schloss:
845 353 4455