Daily Archives: November 28, 2009

Ardmore Language Schools specialise in junior educational travel in UK, USA and Canada

Ardmore Language Schools specialise in junior educational travel for students from 9 years – 17 years old. Our courses focus on English language, activities and cultural programmes. With 16 residential and home stay summer centres across the U.K,  3 residential schools in the U.S and 1 in Canada, can offer a programme to suit all students’ exact requirements. All courses will focus on improving student’s English language whilst offering them an international and cultural experience within a safe and fun environment. English courses are based on the communicative approach to learning English. Students are able to practice fluency skills through a variety of fun and stimulating activities. Lessons are enjoyable, interactive and are designed to help improve not only knowledge of English but also confidence in using the language. Ardmore’s English Plus Sports courses (Horse Riding, Golf, Tennis, Basketball) help to focus student’s use of English by offering them 8 hours per week of professional sports coaching with English coaches. This helps students to develop their sports skills and also improves their language abilities as they have to listen and talk to their coaches about the sports sessions in English. All of our sports courses are international so it ensures students are always using English to interact and make friends with students from many other nationalities.

For individual and group quotes please contact info@businessprojects.us

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Thinking about a Career in Photography?

A photography career offers you the opportunity to create unique work in a rewarding profession. As a photographer, you will require an artistic sense as well as technical expertise.  As a successful photographer you need to possess many qualities: creativity, good communication skills, and an ability to translate original ideas into fantastic images that really have an impact.  Photography as a career offers a variety of opportunities in different fields: Professional Photographers, Photographers and Graphic Artists, Photographic Specialists, Photographic Process Workers, Photographic processors, Photographic Restorers, Photographic Technicians, Photographic Stylists, Photojournalists.

Becoming a successful photographer takes hard work, determination, perseverance and talent. Learning the craft of photography has proven to be a continual practice due to technology development and changes. In the competitive and aggressive photography job market, every bit of hard-won knowledge and technique can help you.

Lou Manna, exceptional photographer and professor and author of Digital Food Photography can take you that very important step ahead. After working for The New York Times as a photographer for fifteen years, he established his own  Fifth Avenue Studio and currently teaches Photography to local and international students giving Photo Tips Via Skype and workshops. His work has appeared in ad campaigns, major magazines, and more than forty cookbooks.

For more information please visit www.loumanna.com and www.DigitalFoodPhotography.com

Photograph credits: Lou Manna

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