Monthly Archives: October 2018

Three Essentials for Building Your Photography Portfolio

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There are three basic considerations for a strong portfolio; story-line, technical consistency, and clarity of vision. You will often hear the obvious elements like, “Show your strongest work”; “ Start strong and end strong”; and “Be selective”. While each of these are good points, what is the criteria for accomplishing each of these? If your portfolio exhibits a story-line, is technically consistent, and has the clarity of your artistic vision, everything else will fall into place. Let’s take a closer look at these three concepts. Here are three things to consider when building your portfolio for presentation.

First, let’s consider the story-line. The story that you’re telling can be either explicit or abstract. Whether your story takes the form of journalism or poetry, it’s a picture story or photo essay. This story should have a clear beginning, a related middle and an ending. So, when you have photos that look …

How Racing Victoria’s Race Fields Policy Has Changed the Landscape of Trackside Punting in Australia

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The betting culture in Australia has come a long way, and it’s not going to die with time no matter what happens. But it turns out the landscape of trackside punting has changed considerably in Australia, especially after Racing Victoria’s race fields policy that’s pushing big punters away.

The Effect of Race Fields Policy

According to Bluebet boss, Michael Sullivan, Racing Victoria’s race fields policy wants to revive the good old days of starting price (SP) bookmakers by increasing its fees. Owing to this policy, Racing Victoria might be able to maintain the 8 percent point of consumption tax, but the changes that the regulatory body has brought in the race fields has split bookmakers’ product fees into three parts – pari-mutuel, non pari-mutuel, and tote derivative. Bookmakers will have to pay each fee separately at the rate that is the highest between a gross revenue model and a …