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Archive for January, 2011

The Seine

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Near Notre Dame Cathedral, the bridge across the Seine to a grand residential Paris area and Musee d’Orsay — one of the city’s hidden gems.

Shot on an iPhone & retouched in Photoshop Mobile.

Photo by: Jon Keeling http://www.keelingphoto.com/

Did Luxury Ever Go Away?

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Many reports are signaling the return of the mysterious, coveted and ever-evolving luxury consumer, and luxury brands from Chanel to Armani are celebrating in their post-holiday growth.  Interestingly, most luxury brands achieved over 11% growth in 2010 with some brands reporting sales close to pre-recession figures. According to Women’s Wear Daily, 2010 was a successful year for couture in which American clients, many of whom retreated during economically hard times have since returned. The luxury market in 2011 can be categorized by a remarkable trend toward growth—especially in emerging markets in the Middle East and others like China, Korea, Taiwan and Singapore.

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What Do the Most Popular Baby Names Say About Us as a Society?

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Similar to the fashion trends, hairstyles and popular music, trends in baby names help to identify the needs and desires prevalent in our culture. The names John and Mary enjoyed sustained popularity for more than 50 years, while Aiden and Sophia (the most popular names of 2010) are now slated to experience popularity for less than a decade. What

Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Shot on an iPhone and processed in Photoshop Mobile to adjust the color and saturation. Photo FX app was used to apply the softness and outline work and vignette.

Photo by: Jon Keeling http://www.keelingphoto.com/

Driving SEO through social media

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

As we venture into 2011, most of us understand the benefits of social media as a powerful tool to further visibility, spread company information and interact directly with customers. However, there doesn