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    pool filter
  • (POOL FILTERS) May filter dirt from the water at the cartridge surface or allow penetration of smaller suspended particles into internal interstices.
    brands
  • Describe (someone or something) as something bad or shameful
  • (brand) burn with a branding iron to indicate ownership; of animals
  • (brand) trade name: a name given to a product or service
  • (brand) a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now"; "what make of car is that?"
  • Mark (an animal, formerly a criminal or slave) with a branding iron
  • Mark indelibly

BGeneral, design
BGeneral, design
Website design. Homepage. Constructing a user friendly homepage and site theme for a Maryland Construction company. We took on the brief to bring B General Contractors into the next level of contractors, propelling it from a two man team into a state wide group of contractors. B General wanted to firstly create a portfolio of their work and show case their services, with regular updates and CMS enabled back end to upload new photos and news on project developments. A key feature in the business model was building a network of contractors to out source work across the state to. We created a feature on the homepage to start a process of offering up services for other contractors. With a few simple steps a contractor can leave their details and areas of expertise for B General to get back in touch with regard to working together. High up on the site is an easy access quote, similar in style to the contractor forms, it leads the user through a few easy steps to get the quote process underway. B General already had a brand identity applied to vehicles and stationery, carrying across the brand on to the website, adding the accent colour to lead the eye to action points. The main image is intended to be randomly pulled from a pool of selected images, loading a new one ever time the page is refreshed. Below it is the 4 main sections of the business, visible above the fold of the page, instantly promoting the skills set of the company to users landing on the page. The recent projects pulls four random projects from the archive of projects in the projects section. The filter option take the user through to a pre-filtered page of projects as show in the second page. On the filtered projects page, on roll over the title, project date and the standfirst are pulled from the complete project page. Again on this page carries the feature boxes driving users to get a quote or capture data from other contractors to form a state wide network of small businesses. w2design.co.uk
Good News
Good News
I must say I am quite please with how this one turned out too. Quite a few moments before I had seated myself at the bar, introduced myself and ordered a Millers with the change I had in my pocket. At first the bartender wanted to know why I wanted to take photographs, but I mentioned it was for a personal project and he seemed quite happy with that, even diving into a brief conversation about photography before getting back to his friend. At first I was reluctant to shoot, but I figured that I had asked them if it was ok, and figured that I could save that as a "card" for later. For this shot, I added my warming filter, that, for lack of a better description is etched cross ways across the surface, producing this 'sparkle' effect on light sources. I had used it before and I've grown quite found of it, but I had struggled to get good exposures with it in low light situations. This faster film seems to be the perfect remedy for that, like the two where born to be used together. My goal with shooting at the shack in these conditions was mostly to get a black or dark background around my subjects. This I think has been the most successful shot taken at the Shack to date. Settings: 1/15 f2.2 with warming filter. Camera: Pentax S1 Lens: Takumar 55mm f2 Film: Fujifilm Superia Xtra 800ASA Taken on the 14 Sep 2011 at my regular haunt, the Shack. Cheap drinks, cheap pool and good company. Its easy to get a few games in on a quiet night. This is where I cut my teeth playing pool, and so I figured it should be appropriate that this is where I cut my teeth with my pool bar project. So I've been using this venue as a testing ground for various brands and speeds of film, along with the lenses in my collection.

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