Photography coverage for corporate events is available just about anywhere with us. In the last two years alone, I’ve covered events in Chicago, Austin, Orlando, Miami Beach, and twice in Palm Springs, California – most recently, this past week.

I LOVE working conventions, seminars, award banquets, etc. They each present their own set of photographic challenges with huge variations in environments and lighting conditions, and event planners want their efforts and hard work to be showcased in the images I’m hired to capture. Point and Shoot cameras can’t shoot at the speeds necessary to capture “just the right moment,” and as hard as they work, staffers – untrained in the field of composition, depth of field, and lighting – can NEVER create the kind of images that truly show off your hard work.

Whether you’re planning an event in Florida or ANYWHERE in the WORLD, and want your images to showcase YOUR hard work, contact Newsome’s Studio and let us show you what we can do.

The following are just a few of the images taken at this past week’s event.

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Philippe Petit, highwire walker who, in 1974, tight roped between the Twin Towers eight times before being arrested. Fascinating speaker. Documentary “Man on a Wire” was made about Philippe.

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An outdoor dinner party for 150 Interior Designers and related industry reps, held in Gene Autry’s backyard in Palm Springs.

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Breakfast in the garden during a three day event. Coffee and cell phones seem to go well together.

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The morning sunlight hitting this hotel staffer as he prepared breakfast drinks caught my eye.

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Emmy-winning, CBS News correspondent, David Pogue, giving an amazing lecture on the evolution of technology.

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Backyard dinner party that featured a working Ferris wheel for entertainment!

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