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Capture Integration Returns to Carmel – Pigs in a Blanket is Back!

Posted in General, Landscapes, Nature & Wildlife with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 12, 2010 by kendoophotography

Pigs in a Blanket at the Wagon Wheel for breakfast mark this light-hearted weekend for serious medium format digital photographers

It’s back!  Phase One Dealer of the Year, Capture Integration from Atlanta and Miami is returning to Carmel February 18-21, 2010.  Owner Dave Gallagher is heading the entourage, co-sponsored by my good friend, Don Libby of Iron Creek Photography from Tucson, Arizona and Ken Doo Photography in Carmel, California.  Similar to last year’s event, CI in Carmel is not a typical photography workshop.  It is geared more towards landscape photography and having fun–without adult supervision!  The focus is on the best of the best in digital photography and primarily medium format digital camera equipment.  This year, CI in Carmel will feature the new Leica S2, Leica M9, Phase One P65+, P45+, P40+, Schneider 80mm leaf shutter, Rodenstock Digiron 40mm t/s for Cambo RS, among others.

A few photographers from last year's CI in Carmel at Pfeiffer Beach. Yes, Don Libby is that tall...

Having the right medium format dealer is extremely important to a professional photographer.  Over the years, Capture Integration has always provided me with the best continuing support.  I know that I can always depend on Dave Gallagher and the rest of the CI family for all of my professional equipment needs and questions.  Medium format digital has helped me to offer my portrait and commercial clients the very best available in image quality.  Those seriously interested in medium format digital photography and getting some Pigs in a Blanket can call me at my boutique studio in Carmel at (831) 626-1844.  kmd.

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Ken Doo Photography in Carmel Expansion Adds New Showroom!

Posted in Events, General, Landscapes, Nature & Wildlife, Portraiture, Weddings and Bridal with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 9, 2009 by kendoophotography

It has been a long time in coming, but the new showroom is nearing completion.  In September, a major reorganization (okay, so it really was a total clean-up and clear-out!) was started, and work finally began on my new showroom and finishing area for my boutique photography studio in Carmel, California.  The remodel added several hundred square feet of effective working space.

Showroom back view

Showroom back view, Ken Doo Photography in Carmel

New double french doors were installed allowing easy loading of studio equipment, particularly when photographing weddings, events, or commercial work on location.  Eco-friendly bamboo hardwood floors were put in, matching the rest of the studio area, including the dressing room and restroom area.  Ample track lighting was installed around the perimeter of the entire room.  A wall-mounted high contrast plasma television allows playing of the studio’s produced slideshows in high definition and wireless surround sound.  The showroom will be used to display fine portraiture and GraphiStudio Wedding Books, and maybe an occasional favorite current landscape.  Twenty feet of granite countertops and cabinets will be installed in the back for a finishing area for client portrait orders, portrait framing, and museum gallery wrapped canvas.

Showroom crossview

Showroom crossview; Ken Doo Photography in Carmel

Also being considered is the ability to host shows for Artist’s that I do high resolution medium format digital photography copy work for or print their giclee fine art reproductions.  The plasma television is ideal to play an endless reel of the artist’s works set to music, while the track lighting showcases artwork on the ample wall space.  The showroom also has classroom potential for the next Capture Integration in Carmel (2nd Annual Pigs in a Blanket!) medium format digital photography workshop.  Just in time for the holidays!  Come by and visit!  ken 

Call (831) 626-1844 for more information.

www.kendoophotography.com

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