MOO Makes An Impression

There are so many different ways to make a statement anymore, but the simplest and most formal still remains giving someone a business card or calling card. It’s simple, to the point, and quite useful. One company by the name of MOO is making giant leaps in providing high quality, professional business cards and other quality paper goods. It’s hard enough to find an affordable company that sells custom business cards, much less one that does it with so much class and design skill.

They have a qide range of designs to choose from, ranging from plain colored backgrounds with text all the way to intricate pop art designs. It’s not hard to see why this little company is rapidly taking over the market. Most all business have business cards for their employees, and now more than ever students are using them as a way to exchange information in case a quick study session is later in need. It’s quite possibly the best way to keep in contact with people through their information. MOO is literally making the competition MOOve over! They offer so much more than business cards though! They even offer personalized stickers! The quality of the materials used by them surpasses that of any of their competition and when your order arrives in the mail you will be greated with professionally designed packaging that only accompanies the overall experience of shopping with them.

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Bradley Moore’s Photography

Bradley Moore is a photographer in the making, who has been doing photography unprofessionally for three years now. The imagery he manages to capture with the lens of his camera serve well to show the natural beauty of the environment. Moore took the time to talk about photography, and the effect it has had over his life.

“I was given a cheap simple digital camera as a gift, and I’ve always loved the outdoors, and I decided I wanted to forever capture a single moment in history that’ll never occur again exactly the same, because in today’s world not many take the time to see nature in its most beautiful moments.” Moore responded when asked what led to him getting involved with and interested in Photography.

Moore describes photography as being a doorway, an escape from life, which gives him the ability to capture any moment in time, reserving it forever. “Sometimes I get frustrated when I snap about 50 pictures of one scene and none of them turn out the way I wanted. But the best feeling is when I capture the moment in a single shot, or at most 3, that’s thrilling. I agree with the old phrase that the journey is sometimes better than the destination.” Replied Moore when asked about how he felt when he captured the image he wants to preserve.

While Moore is exceptionally talented at photography, he has some doubts about making a career at it. He stated, “Personally, I would love to become a self-employed, starving artist type of photographer… that doesn’t necessarily starve. But I’ll most likely only keep it as a hobby through my life. My goal ultimately in photography is to glorify Almighty Jehovah God that created the universe and all its beauty, picture by picture.”

Moore has a bit of advice to those of you who are interested in getting involved in photography, be it as a career goal, or as a simple hobby. He said, “If you see something you like, snap a pic of it. Do it for yourself. All in all, you are always you’re biggest, hardest art critic. When you capture a moment no one else sees, it’s like your own little secret between you and Mother Nature.”

Not all of Moore’s photographs are planned out, at times, he just sees something he wants to capture, and he has to run and get his camera, and hope that he gets back in time to catch it with his camera. While other times, he plans out trips, to capture specific images. Thus, his photography is a combination of impulse and planning.

To sum up photography, Moore said, “The genius of the watchmaker is that he leaves details in his work that not everyone will see, but those studying the watch will eventually see the beauty.”