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2014 was a jam-packed year of art, science and engineering activity and school, public and community events at Beakerhead.
So in fond farewell to Beakerhead 2014, we’ll recap its wonderment (x2) each day in the month of January, on this blog, Twitter and Facebook. The experiences may now be over, but the photos are worth a thousand words and last forever.
And thanks to the Beakerhead Photo Team 2014 for capturing the “No Barriers” photos – cheers to Neil Zeller, Christopher Malloy, Curtis Anderson, Denis Semenov, Denise Kitagawa, Gemma Wallace, Jackie Ho, Jeff Cruz, Katie Murray, Kelly Hofer, Michelle Hofer, Nicholas Taylor, Penny Breedon, Raymond Wong, Cynthia Radford, Ben Strang, and Nicholas Fuss.
Enjoy reminiscing, tell us about your experiences and share them with your friends and family!
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In the hours leading up to the Beakerhead 2014 Program Announcement, several of Calgary’s best photographers previewed the 15 foot mask who was the emcee for the June 10 Media Event.
Here the Beakerhead Photography Team share photos from the night shoot and ‘live’ media event for media use.
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Few people can say that they have never heard of Neil Zeller or been delighted by the iconic image he took of the Peace Bridge, seen by millions all over the world.
Neil Zeller is a photographic artist of the highest merit with an eye for capturing the life, not stills.
“Photography is where I cleanse my spirit, nourish my soul and am truly happy. I see the world around me in 4×6 boxes. My eyes capture wide angles, interesting corners, beams of light and faraway things. My goal is to capture in my camera, the story my eyes could never tell you.”
On April 2, Neil and Beakerhead hosted NO BARRIERS TO BEAKERHEAD: Photography Workshop. More than two dozen of Calgary’s semi-professional to professional photographers came out to get a sneak preview of what Beakerhead had in store for September 10-14 and to experience how they too could land those shots at Beakerhead that would be seen across the world.
The photographers in the workshop learned that an assignment isn’t finished when the shot list is fulfilled, it is only done when they deliver that iconic shot their client can use in their marketing and promotion well into the future. They were shown how to be technically ‘ready’ and to ‘be the boss’ at an event, being clear and bold in their direction of all involved, so they can capture that iconic moment. All this, while understanding that it is a great deal of fun to be a part of something so cool like the ‘smash up’ that is Beakerhead!
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No Barrier shots taken on the night..