Location Scout Promo Postcard
Spring 2013 – Location Scout R. Richard Hobbs – nyc.locationscout.us 😆 this could be the best location scout promo yet!
This fine specimen was created from a photo of me (shot by Mary Jockel, thkuvm) and some outtakes of location scouting in Manhattan I have done.
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for a big version of my Spring 2013 Location Scout Promo Postcard and lots of my other subconscious-influencing mind propaganda 😉
Also, an unsolicited, “WOW! Thanks!” to 1800Postcards in New York City: I finished my design for the postcard, submitted my files, placed my order and approved the proof online at 11:30am, normal 5-day-turnaround service. At 1:30pm I received an email, “Your order is ready!” – I could not believe what I was reading! I contacted my Sales Rep (Kathy) at 1800Postcards and she verified that the order was indeed ready for pickup. I couldn’t believe the ink was even dry, but she assured me they use the latest fast-drying inks and that the order was indeed ready to be picked up. Due diligence: I can only imagine I hit a printing run *just right* (?) – btn ordering, approvals, changes, actual printing and pickup, it is more typical to expect 5-7 days service, without paying rush charges.
News: Shiny new location scout promotional postcard
…for Location Scout R. Richard Hobbs – nyc.locationscout.us has arrived from the printer and will be hitting the mails soon! Don’cha LUV the smell of fresh ink in the morning! 😉
For anybody who might be interested, the fisheye photo I used is from an excursion I made to Manhattan on a gorgeous, sunny day during the holidays; it’s one of those photos I can’t “put my finger on” to explain why, except to say it somehow “speaks to me”. Hope you enjoy it as well.
Location Scout Portfolios and Tearsheets are marketing matters I have managed to neglect for an unforgivably long time, but I have pulled up the boot straps and Frankenstein’d together a couple of presentations to get myself started:
I have renewed my WorkBook Portfolio
News: Location Scout Little Planet 3-D projection promo card
Time for a new Location Scout R. Richard Hobbs – nyc.locationscout.us promo card! 🙂
This card features a stereographic panorama (“little planet”) showing me standing on an overlook on Dunderberg Mountain in Harriman State Park, NY. Yet another instance of a personal outing also serving as location scouting!
The photo(s) were shot by my girlfriend, Mary, using my Leica D-Lux 3 and Nikon FC-E8 Fisheye lens, 4 shots around, 1 up, 1 down. The 360 degree pano was stitched together (and converted to stereographic projection) using PTGui; later output for reproduction using PhotoShop, Open Office Draw and Scribus. 4 color digital printing by 1-800-POSTCARDS in New York City.
News: New Location Scout Promo Postcard
– Hot off the presses, the new nyc.locationscout.us promo is hittin’ the mail!
The photos on the card are from a location scouting job I did this summer in Red Hook, Brooklyn and a house from my locationfiles.com Locamundo location library in the Houses Locations Album (45953 Montclair, NJ); read more about this home here.
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Location Scout 4×6 full-color promo postcard, front and back
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