Total Eclipse 2017 Print Giveaway

On August 21, 2017 the residents and visitors to Columbia, SC were treated to the spectacle of a rare Total Solar Eclipse. During this once in a lifetime event I setup a camera with the perfect view of the Totality from Jim Spence Island on Lake Murray, one of my favorite places to spend time. This is your opportunity to own an 11x14 print of this photograph, a $61.00 value, by participating in the giveaway below or liking, sharing and commenting on the Flashnick Visuals Facebook Page.

You can also purchase other print sizes or even digital downloads of the file in the online store.

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The Best Travel Camera for a Middle East Adventure

I recently received a message on facebook from a friend looking for advice on a travel camera. She wants to photograph her 4-week journey/adventure to the middle east to visit family, with a follow-up week at The Cochella Music and Arts Festival. To be completely honest I’m a tad jealous, but as a professional travel photographer I do have some pretty well tested thoughts and to help her (and possibly you) out in this matter.

 

Question about the best way to photograph and video travel economically

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Published Editorial Photography

Published Editorial Photography

I wanted to take the opportunity to share some of my published editorial photography from the past 18-years. As a photojournalist I have completed editorial photography assignments in more than a dozen US states and half-a-dozen countries around the world for some of the largest publications on the planet. My clients have included The Associated Press, Newsweek, USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Army Times, Der Spiegel, Science et Vie, Dealernews. Additionally, my work has been broadcast and published online and in print by National Geographic, Sports Illustrated, Time, People, ESPN, CNN, The Weather Channel and countless other local and regional media outlets.

If you haven any questions about licensing any of my work that can be found in my online archive or would like to hire me for a photo assignment for your publication or company my contact information can be found at http://flashnickvisuals.com/contact/

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Saying Goodbye to a 300 Year Old Friend

As far back as anyone can remember the massive Oak tree stood over the back of the home on my family’s farm in Lexington, South Carolina. This majestic tree filtered the morning light like none other I have ever seen, it shaded our family cookouts and fish fries during the summer, played host to many of my childhood fantasies of fighting villains, and many occasions drew my ire in the fall as it dropped an unprecedented amount of leaves that required my young arms to rake, as it did for countless generations before me.

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Remembering Pearl Harbor at 75

Just one day after the Empire of Japan had attacked Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii, Franklin D. Roosevelt stood before a joint session of congress and delivered a speech on December 8, 1941 that would come to be one of the most infamous in our nation’s history. At the outset of that seven minute message to the nation President Roosevelt referred to December 7, 1941 as  “a date which will live in infamy.”  Today, December 7, 2016, 75-years later, those words bounce around my mind as I contemplate the sacrifice of the 2,403 killed and 1,178 wounded, Sailors, Marines and civilians.

The USS Arizona Memorial, at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii, marks the resting place of 1,102 of the 1,177 sailors and Marines killed on USS Arizona (BB-39) during the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Built in 1962, it straddles the sunken hull of the battleship without touching it and is visited by more than two million people annually. © Copyright 2016, Brett Flashnick – All Rights Reserved.

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Published Travel and Tourism Photography

Travel and Tourism Photography

 

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Tourism Photography and Video for a #FamouslyFast NASCAR Partnership

Last week felt like I was doing tourism photography and video production at the speed of a NASCAR pit crew. Between a portrait shoot in downtown Columbia, SC, behind the scenes photography, producing an announcement video, and documenting the announcement of the partnership between NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver Jordan Anderson, His new team Bolen Motorsports, and the The Midlands Authority for Conventions, Sports & Tourism.
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