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Dave Sims To Ride Grueling Tour de France Course On A Kid’s Bike To Raise Money For Charity

By Posted in - Uncategorized on April 20th, 2015 0 Comments tourweb18s-1-web

MEET DAVE SIMS, A PERSONAL TRAINER FROM ENGLAND. STARTING JULY 2ND, HE’S GOING TO PILOT HIS YELLOW CHOPPER THROUGH THE ENTIRE TOUR DE FRANCE ROUTE TO RAISE MONEY FOIR CHARITY, AND TO BRING A TOUCH OF INNOCENCE BACK TO A SPORT THAT HAS BEEN DRAGGED THROUGH THE MUD IN RECENT YEARS.

More than 2,000 miles long and crossing some of …

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Photo of Runner Taking Selfie Becomes Sport Photo of the Year

By Posted in - Uncategorized on April 10th, 2015 0 Comments Troy-Wayrynencover

NATIONAL PRESS PHOTOGRAPHERS ASSOCIATION AWARDED FIRST PRIZE IN THE “SPORTS” CATEGORY TO A PHOTO OF A YOUNG RUNNER.

Jury of the National Press Photographers Association named a photo with a runner making a selfie by Troy Wayrynen the best sports photo of the year 2015. Wayrynen captured 17-year-old runner, Jacob Gillingham, making a self portrait at the beginning of …

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After the Final Curtain: Abandoned Theatres

By Posted in - Articles on April 10th, 2015 0 Comments teatr06

AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHER MATT LAMBROS CREATES PHOTO EPITAPHS FOR ONCE PROSPERING BUILDINGS. HE SEARCHES FOR AND TAKES PICTURES OF THEATERS WHERE APPLAUSE WAS LAST HEARD A LONG TIME AGO.

For a long time I was just shooting abandoned shelters and hospitals but then I got tired of it. Those places depressed me. The idea of photographing abandoned theaters was a sudden …

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What The Resort In “Dirty Dancing” Might Look Like Today

By Posted in - Articles & Uncategorized on September 16th, 2014 0 Comments 3035666-slide-s-1-what-the-resort-in-dirty-dancing-coffee-shop-grossingers-catskill-resort-and-hotel-liberty-ny-20

INSIDE THE HAUNTING, ABANDONED HOTELS OF NEW YORK’S ONCE-GLAMOROUS BORSCHT BELT

From the 1920s to the 1970s, a strip of upstate New York’s Catskill Mountains, known as the Borscht Belt, was home to a cluster of summer resorts frequented by Jewish families often unwelcome at other hotels.

If you’ve seen Dirty Dancing, you’ve seen a glimpse of the lively glamour that filled …

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IT’S OUR TURN BEHIND THE LENS

By Posted in - Agency Info on August 29th, 2014 0 Comments TMGPhoto_7

So after 35 years of collaborating with some of the most notable photographers in the industry, our president Carliss Million is holding a camera now as well. “I guess the rumors are true, I really am a control freak” explains Carliss “It all comes down to being able to execute a vision”.

Even as an Art Director, Carliss has always been …

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WE LOVE ALL THINGS DRONE

By Posted in - Agency Info on August 27th, 2014 0 Comments Drone_2

It’s been almost a year since TMG’s Drone #1 took to the skies!

What started out as a casual interest has quickly turned into an obsession. We are constantly amazed at the attention drones receive from both onlookers and the media. It certainly draws a crowd wherever it takes flight.

It hasn’t all been blue sky’s and clear flying for Drone #1, …

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Can Good Graphic Design Help The Homeless?

By Posted in - Articles on September 20th, 2013 0 Comments 1673225-inline-750-homeless

From Fast Company

A New Project Replaces the Handwritten Signs Of The Homeless With Eye-Catching Recreations, But Maybe The Graphic Design Isn’t The Point.

A new project in Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts, is trying to find out. A collaboration between artist Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope, the Signs for the Homeless project exchanges handwritten panhandling signs for colorfully illustrated, eye-catching recreations that …

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