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Category Archives: FUN STUFF

And the WINNER is…roll the drums…

Congratulations to Marcela R. of Jackson Heights, NY for winning our CUTEST BRIDAL FACE CONTEST on our FACEBOOK page. Marcela will be receiving a $100 Victoria’s Secret Gift card. THANKS for all those who voted for her on our Facebook page. Please make sure you check our fan page from time to time to get a chance to win prizes. Click on the picture below and find out and keep updates…

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Ron Soliman Photojournalism introduces QR Codes to access your Wedding Photos

We are proud to introduce our clients to QR (Quick Response) codes! Our goal is always making it easier for our clients and their wedding guests to access their images online. So this will be a fun way to access wedding pictures using smart phones, iPad 2, etc.

Watch the video by RB Tech to explain how a QR code works:

During the wedding reception your wedding guests can take one of the post cards we will create for you. Each post card will contain a QR code dedicated only to a link of your wedding photos. Below is an example -

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LET THE VOTING BEGINS! Great Bridal Expo Cutest Bridal Face Contest

Get a chance to win a Victoria’s Secret $100 gift card.

Here’s how -

1) Look for your picture that we took at the Great Bridal Expo in NY by going to our NEWLY launched FACEBOOK FAN PAGE (CLICK HERE).

2) Make sure you LIKE us on Facebook.

3) Share that image on your Facebook wall and start getting your FB friends to LIKE your image.

4) The picture that gets the most LIKEs by 11:59 PM of September 20, 2011 wins a $100 Victoria’s Secret Gift Card.

Let the GAME begins….

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Launching of “Awesome Moments/Unique Things You See at Weddings”

Just want to announce the launching of a new segment in my photo blog entitled “”Awesome Moments/Unique Things You See at Weddings”. I want this part of my blog to be a fun way to share about some of the funny and awesome moments I capture while on the job. In addition to these captured moments, I also want to share some unique things that I find while covering a wedding. Hopefully these photographs can put a smile on your face and at the same time give ideas for future brides, who are planning their big day. So let the fun begin….

Here’s one I captured during Julia and Jim’s wedding at Villanova church. The flower girl sticks out her tongue to everyone behind her during the wedding ceremony.

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Ivan Luckie - amazing dude!August 8, 2011 - 3:44 am

PORSCHE BOXSTER PHOTO SHOOT – RED HOT

Few weeks ago, I had the chance to take a one-day break from shooting and editing weddings. So I took the Boxster out of the garage and took it for a spin…and of course for a little photo shoot in Wilmington. Thanks to Laura Aquino of Laura Aquino Photography for joining me at the shoot. And special thanks too to model Kelly D. for doing an awesome job during the shoot! If you guys are looking for someone to model at your car shows…Kelly is the girl!

Thanks to Laura Aquino for shooting this picture below…

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Litrato Photojournalism Mobile Site is now LIVE

We are proud to announce the official launching of our mobile site! This new technology will make it possible for iPhone, iTouch, or other smart phone users to access our site anytime, anywhere. The mobile site will also provide an easy link to all our contact information, including our TWITTER and FACEBOOK pages.

And to celebrate this launching, we will be posting some raffles for your chance to win prizes by just visiting our site through your mobile phone every 1st day of the month. See the site for details.

To access the site – Just open the browser on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or your smart phone and type in – www.ronsoliman.com

LITRATO IPHONE

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Wedding Disaster…

When too much to drink meets disaster. Too bad I was not there to photograph her….

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indian wedding planner ny - I completely agree with you Mr. Marie Danielle. This is completely crazy thing but at the same time it is touchy too.April 25, 2012 - 5:55 am

Cecilio - That was awesome. I liked how the bride was so calm even after she got a bloody nose. Hilarious.April 24, 2010 - 1:16 pm

Marie Danielle - This has to be the craziest thing I have ever seen! It was funny, up to the point I saw the bride bleeding... that is really sad and unfortunate; that lady should be ashame of herself!April 14, 2010 - 6:29 pm

Free Tickets to the GREAT BRIDAL EXPO THIS SUNDAY in PHILADELPHIA

I want to invite you and give you FREE TICKETS to come and visit our booth at the Great Bridal Expo in Philadelphia this SUNDAY, October 11, 2009. You will be amazed with what you will see. We will also launch our new line of products, including our new METALLIC and ACRYLLIC ALBUMS. Check us out!

*Email me at weddings@litratophoto.com and use FREE TICKETS on the email subject, and I will reply to you with the SPECIAL CODE to get your free ticket to the EXPO. Here’s the detailed information-
Show Date: 10/11/2009
Show Time: 12:00 NOON
Address: SHERATON PHILADELPHIA CITY CENTER 17th & Race Streets   Philadelphia, PA 19103

CLICK ON THE PHOTO BELOW TO SIGN IN FOR YOUR TICKETS-

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Tien Nguyen - Hi Ron! How many tickets can I get? If I can get 4 that would be great. If not, I would gladly accept 2 tickets. Thank you soo much! Tien & ChrisOctober 7, 2009 - 3:46 pm

DESTINATION: ARUBA!

Just arrived here in Aruba for Steve and Val’s wedding and here’s a view from our hotel at The Westin. Thanks to the staff at Westin for upgrading us to an ocean-view room!

Aruba is a beautiful island mixed with historical and modern architecture. Everything is so close, even Taco Bell is around the corner from our hotel. The island reminds me of the island of Guam.

Here’s a little fun fact about the Island of Aruba-

Aruba lies at the heart of the southern Caribbean, about two-and-a-half hours by air from Miami, Florida and within easy flying distance of other U.S. cities. The island is 19.6 miles long, and six miles across at its widest point, with a total area of 70 square miles. Most of it’s 27 luxury hotels are lined up neatly along the northwestern shore.

Some postcards from Aruba show the divi-divi tree, permanently bent at a 45-degree angle by constant trade winds, springing from a stretch of pure white Caribbean sand. Others are photos of a l9th century windmill-turned-restaurant, symbol of the island’s Dutch heritage. Still others star happy vacationers, showing off new tans during lazy afternoon sails or big nights at the casino.

Aruba is an easy island to get to know, and equally easy to love. Just l5 miles off the coast of Venezuela, it is far enough from home for adventure — but small and friendly enough to feel like a second home.

Many visitors never venture beyond the hotels, beaches and Oranjestad, but the rugged northeastern coast has its own beauty, with Caribbean waters and secluded beaches.

Aruba’s other city, San Nicolas, lies on the island’s southeastern tip. Inland Aruba presents a very unique Caribbean landscape of cactus, aloe and dramatic rock formations. Very low humidity and an average annual rainfall of only 24 inches explain the desert-like countryside.

Aruba’s multi-cultural history is vivid in its sightseeing attractions. From Fort Zoutman’s Museum and the William III Tower to the early twentieth century Dutch architecture on charming streets like Wilhelminastraat, the city of Oranjestad is perfect for a walking tour. In the cunucu, or countryside, undeciphered writings on the walls of the cave at Arikok National Park, recall Aruba’s earliest residents while the Church of Santa Anna, with its famous 115-year-old oak altar, represents more recent history.

Topography and vegetation are unusual for a Caribbean island. On the south and west coasts are miles of pristine white beaches that rank among the most beautiful in the world, rimmed by calm blue seas with visibility in some areas to a depth of a hundred feet. The island’s most famous trees are the watapana, or divi-divi trees, all permanently sculpted into graceful, south-bending shapes by the constant trade winds.

The northeast coast, along the Atlantic shore, is rugged and wild. The interior is desert-like, with a variety of cacti and dramatic rock formations.

SOURCE: www.arubatourism.com

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What if your camera has a built in projector?

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