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Duratran & Duraclear
Thinking of using a backlit display to promote your work or business?
At Bond Imaging we offer backlit display film Duratran and Duraclear (silver halide), which gives you a far superior quality in colour & contrast compared to similar backlit inkjet materials and at a very comparable price.
KODAK PROFESSIONAL ENDURA Transparency and ENDURA Clear Display Materials create eye-catching displays. These colourful true photo-quality display materials deliver what your customers want while meeting your production needs. ENDURA Display Materials can help your business adapt to changing market and technology needs. They set new benchmarks for quality, productivity, and image stability for photographic (AgX) transparency output media.ENDURA Transparency Display Material is a translucent-base colour transparency material for use on illuminators without built-in diffusers. Use
ENDURA Transparency Display Material for large displays (such as trade-show stands and booths), in-store point-of-purchase materials, and indoor transit displays (airports, subways, etc.).
ENDURA Clear Display Material is a clear-base colour transparency material for use on illuminators with built-in diffusers. Use ENDURA Clear Display Material for similar backlit displays such as advertising/point-of-sale, as well as promotions, lobbies, and office space decor.
For high-performance photo-quality backlit displays featuring:
- Bright, saturated colours with deep intense blacks for extra impact
- Superb detail from highlights to shadows and exceptionally sharp text
- Low D-min for clean whites Superior process robustness and handling for improved lab consistency
- Dependable, exceptional display performance for a variety of applications
- State-of-the-art image stability for long-lasting displays
Thank you to everyone who attended and purchased some of our old lab gear at our successful ‘Garage Sale’. All the equipment sold had serviced us (and you) extremely well for many years, so we were pleased to see it going to a good home and to continue working for our loyal customers.
The sale of these items has cleared the room for the addition of some exciting new equipment that is coming soon.
In Bond Imaging’s long 45 year history we have seen many advances and changes in the photographic industry, and as we enter a new phase on our photographic journey with you, we will be launching some new and exciting products we are sure you will be delighted with.
We look forward to continuing our strong relationship with all our valued clients, professional and amateur photographer alike, as we continue to offer you the same great personal service you have come to expect from all the staff at Bond Imaging.
So watch this space!
With each setting or background where you pose the couple – don’ just do one pose. You can make slight changes to the pose to give variety. This can streamline your shoot giving it flow get you more images with minimal amount of fussing.
For example, change how the brides hand rests on the groom’s arm or shoulder. Rotate one of them. Have them look in a different direction. Slight changes creates variety!
Then shoot each change wide, medium, vertical, horizontal, off-center or different angles.
The Gift of the Daguerreotype
In 1829, a French artist and designer named Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre struck a partnership with fellow inventor Joseph-Nicephore Niépce to develop a method to permanently capture the fleeting images visible in a camera obscura. Niépce passed away suddenly in 1833, but Daguerre kept experimenting, finally achieving success around 1834. The daguerreotype process used a polished sheet of silver-plated copper, treated with iodine to make it light-sensitive, which was exposed (for several minutes or more) under a lens, then “fixed” using mercury vapor. The existence of the process was first announced to the public in January of 1839—followed by an extraordinary move by the French government that would fuel the rapid growth of photography worldwide.
An article by Leah Heinrich from O2 Media explains why using images rather than words is an advantage especially when using facebook.
A picture tells a thousand words and that saying is never truer than on Facebook.
In a time when people are engaged 24/7 and joined at the hip to their device, it’s crucial to cut through the digital babble if you want to make an impact.
So, how do you do that? Images.
As many a chef will tell you, we “eat with our eyes” and I think this colloquialism applies perfectly to Facebook. A person’s news feed is so cluttered that if you’re a business trying to make your audience sit up and take notice, you need to get your message across quickly and efficiently.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 730 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 12 trips to carry that many people.