While Orange primarily works in the Bay Area, we spread nationwide when we can. We wouldn’t be able to do that without the help of some of our out-of-state talent. Over the next couple months we are going to introduce you to a few of those people. […]
We do a ton of conference photography and I really enjoy it. With event photography you often shoot conventions and conferences and many people might think that it’s bland, but one of the fun perks is the chance to see how different industries work, as well as hearing some amazing keynote speakers. Here’s a few random shots from some recent conferences and conventions we’ve photographed. You can find out more about our corporate event photography services which includes conventions and conferences here! […]
ISES Live was held in Seattle this year and we were there beginning with the leadership education on Sunday and Monday. Below are some photos from our experience but we were mostly there for the education and to network and share. Success stories and challenges were shared, and there were a lot of the usual event technologies on display. I really like tagboard for how they display tweets similar to visible tweets. […]
Orange is excited to announce our third year as the official photographer at the World Education Congress 2013, being held at Mandalay Bay in Las […]
Just this past week we were in Chicago to shoot the Schwab IMPACT conference and just got back from it. One of the things that came up during the conference that we’ve tackled before, was the amount of walking during a day of shooting. Talking to one of the other photographers, I decided to track how many steps I took during the full day of coverage. I used Runtastic to check how many steps were taken and it came to 10,723 steps. I’m not sure exactly how accurate that number is as I tried to use other apps to verify, but some of them went into sleep mode or stopped tracking at various times so I’m going with the Runtastic statistics.
I know my feet were feeling it after so much walking around, but this is pretty close to the stats we had from when we tracked a day at Venue Connect which came in at 7.02 miles (no step count then).
For you other photographers that shoot weddings or conferences, have you tracked how much you walk during a day of shooting? Are you interested in Quantified Self type data? We love it ourselves!