Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat.
Dallas, TX (Vocus) November 5, 2010
Frame Destination Inc. recently launched a contest to celebrate the first year anniversary of its GalleryPouch™ premium bubble bags. During the month of November, 2010, and through the Frame Destination Facebook Fan Page, the company will accept entries from customers who have not yet purchased or tested GalleryPouch™ Bubble Bags. At the end of the contest period, a total of 25 GalleryPouch™ Gold w/ Velcro® bags will be awarded by the company based on a random sampling of entries.
GalleryPouch™ premium bags were developed by photographer and author Andrew Darlow and Mark Rogers, founder and President of Frame Destination. Darlow says: "The GalleryPouch™ was a product I originally needed for my own large prints, and I’m extremely proud to see the positive feedback that artists have given to us about their experiences with the product line since Frame Destination began producing and selling them a year ago. This contest is a way to reach out to those who may have a need for the product, but who haven’t yet had a chance to try it out."
Full details and contest rules are available at on the Gallery Pouch website.
About Frame Destination, Inc.:
Frame Destination Inc. is a Dallas and Internet-based supplier of fine-art photography picture frames and framing supplies. Including archival photo storage, mat boards, frame moldings, custom frames, and more. Mark Rogers is founder and president of the company, and operates the business online at framedestination.com
About Andrew Darlow:
Andrew Darlow is a photographer, author and digital imaging consultant. He has lectured and conducted seminars and workshops around the world at photo-related conferences, and for photography organizations, including The Center for Fine Art Photography, the Arles Photo Festival and the International Center of Photography.
Darlow is editor of The Imaging Buffet (http://www.imagingbuffet.com), an online resource with news, reviews, and interviews covering the subjects of photography, printing, and new media. His newest book is “Pet Photography 101: Tips for Taking Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat."