Tag Archives: photography

Q & A with Leanne Miller

By: Bryan Cargill Leanne Miller is a naturally creative person, with a focus in photography that has been crafted since she was in high school. With the success of her photography business, Leanne Miller Media, she has recently incorporated videography … Continue reading

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Beat: Fashion

By: Michelle Miley Since the moment I picked up my first marker it was apparent that I had a knack for color. Throughout my childhood and up until now my skills with color and design have evolved into a love for … Continue reading

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Q&A with Jim Sanco, Videographer and Brand/Media Manager at BlackStrap Industries

By Alisha Jucevic I recently conducted an interview, via email, with Jim Sanco, a freelance videographer and the Brand and Media Manager at BlackStrap Industries. He started filming in the 2008 – 2009 winter season as a video intern for Oregon … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: An Amazing Shot

Darcy Bacha is an Oregon based photographer. He does freelance work, and shoots for Windells Action Sports Camps and multiple snow sport brands. This Photo was a finalist in The Open  photography awards. It was taken in Oregon’s backcountry near Mt. Hood ski … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Professional Snowboard Photography

By Alisha Jucevic  Snowboarding and photography are two of my greatest passions. I took my first trip up to the mountain in middle school, and since then, I haven’t stopped going back. I did snowboard team in high school, and competed in BoarderX at … Continue reading

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From Nigeria to Glenwood: the tale of Wole Bankole

Humanitarian efforts are seen worldwide through Bankole’s experiences with quarry.  By: Alan Sylvestre Rows of stoves are displayed out front as the smell of burning wood radiates throughout the air. Boxes of 2 ft. diameters are stacked 10 ft. high … Continue reading

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2013 Oscars. What are your thoughts?

Members of the Glenwood community shared their opinions about the Hollywood ceremony. By: Alan Sylvestre Glenwood, Ore.- Residents of Glenwood voiced their opinion about the upcoming Oscars. Many community members felt Hollywood is out of touch with the needs of … Continue reading

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Observation Assignment: Glenwood, Ore.

A woman wearing a blue fleece jacket races to the driver’s side of her Dodge Charger yielding today’s copy of The Register Guard in her left hand at 12:30. As she drives off down Franklin Blvd., numerous cars and trucks … Continue reading

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Tweeting Travel Writers

By: Casey Pechan As I said before in a previous post, there are many travel writers out there, and many of them are active on twitter. Selecting the good from the bad, and the informative from the pointless can be … Continue reading

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Graphic Design on Twitter

There are many people out there tweeting about graphic design. One minor problem in tweeting about something artistic is it is hard to represent a piece of design in a tweet, so almost all of those tweeting on the subject … Continue reading

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