How Orange is Staying Active During SIP!

2020-06-16T12:55:42-07:00By |Categories: Company, News, Video, Video Production|Tags: , |

With the lockdowns in place and the events industry on hiatus, our staff has been itching to get back to our shoots. But we’ve been keeping ourselves busy in interesting ways, so we decided to connect with our community by showing what we’ve been up to!

Take a look at this fun video we created using only our cell phone cameras!

 

New Team Members + New CMYK Headshot GIFs!

2020-05-20T09:18:57-07:00By |Categories: Company|Tags: , , , , |

If you have received an email from any one of us at Orange recently, you may have noticed our fun new email signatures! We combined some of our favorite things from other photo booths to create these signature signatures. We are excited to roll this new feature out to you, our valued customer. Stand out from the crowd with your own personalized GIF headshot!

“Our new company signatures were a great opportunity to combine our new CMYK and GIF photo […]

Orange Runs Relay for Life

2017-07-24T21:21:08-07:00By |Categories: Company, Giving Back, Point of View|Tags: , , , |

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Over this past weekend, Orange Photography had the pleasure of doing our part in the fight against cancer. Over the past couple months we’ve been raising money and planning our participation in the San Leandro Relay for Life.

If you aren’t familiar with Relay for Life, it is a 24-hour event that usually takes place on a track. […]

The Power of Photography: Review of “The Salt of the Earth”

2017-07-24T21:22:05-07:00By |Categories: Point of View, Reviews|Tags: , , , , , , |

Recently, some of the Orange Photography crew took a trip to the movies. We ventured out to see the limited release documentary about the work of social photographer Sabastião Salgado entitled, “The Salt of the Earth”.  Salgado left his job as and economist in the mid-seventies and became a full-time photographer. He has traveled much of the world and captured many of the social and global issues of the past 40 years.

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