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How To Photo Knives Seminar at BLADE Show

Eric Eggly of Point Seven Studios will show you how to photograph knives in a special seminar at the BLADE Show (www.bladeshow.com) and Living Ready Expo 2013 May 31-June 2 at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta.

In “How To Photograph a Knife,” Eggly will cover the foundation of knife photography and share some simple, easy-to-use tips and techniques to create your own stunning knife photos. The seminar will be the Saturday of the BLADE Show, June 1, at 4 p.m. in Room 104. All BLADE Show ticket holders are admitted free of charge (seating is limited; first come, first served).

Under the direction of Eggly, Point Seven has been the official BLADE Show photographer for many years. A full-time commercial photographer, Eggly has photographed knives for decades and often has said he does so in no small part due to his passion and love for knives and the knife community in general. He travels to a number of knife shows nationwide, including the American Bladesmith Society Knife Expo in San Antonio, Texas, and was presented with a special award for outstanding service by the ABS at the 2011 BLADE Show.

Point Seven is based in Maumee, Ohio. As Eggly notes on his website, “It’s important that I know my subjects. Without that special interaction and understanding, there’s simply no story to tell.” 

 

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Learn how to photograph knives at the BLADE Show.

Eric Eggly of Point Seven will show you how to photograph knives at the BLADE Show. Eggly (left) is shown here receiving an award for outstanding service to the American Bladesmith Society by past ABS Chairman Greg Neely at the 2011 BLADE Show. (Point Seven photo)

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