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Dick Nosbisch

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Denver Public Schools

HQ Phone: (720) 423-3300

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Denver Public Schools

900 Grant Street Room 501

Denver, Colorado 80203

United States

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We serve students from age 3 up to 5th grade. There are approximately 550 students at Cowell. About 92% of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch. About 95% of our students are Hispanic. About 60% of our students are English Language Learners. We ... more

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The Art Institute of Colorado

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Local photographer DICK NOSBISCH has won a merit award in the annual B&W Magazine 2011 Single Image Contest Awards Special Issue. B&W Magazine is a monthly international magazine for collectors of Fine Art Photography distributed in 50 countries worldwide. His entry titled “Projected Image” is a black and white nude and won a merit award in the category of Nude/Body. The full page photograph is published in the February specialissue of B&W Magazine on newsstands now. Nosbisch is not new to photography, his career started back in the 60's in Buffalo, New York. He moved to Denver in 1977 and helped form the Art Institute of Colorado Photography Department. He was President of the Colorado Photographic Arts Center from 1977-1982. He has exhibited his work in New York, Miami, Toronto, Switzerland and Denver. He is in the permanent collection of the Denver Art Museum, Center for Exploratory and Perceptual Arts (C.E.P.A.) New York; and the Colorado Photographic Arts Center. In 2006 he retired as Public Relations Director of The Art Institute of Colorado and concentrated on his music and photography. He is also an avid collector of photography.


Create one-of-a-kind wedding memories -- VAGazette.com

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Whether you have professional photographs, a mix of professional and amateur shots, or are snapping photos yourself on the big day, Dick Nosbisch, Public Relations Director of The Art Institute of Colorado, and professional photographer, says there are a few easy steps to take to make sure your photographs look great.

"Watch what is in the foreground of the photograph, and avoid anything that is distracting such as glasses or plates on a table in front of the bride and groom," he says.In addition, Nosbisch recommends keeping the background simple because busy backgrounds take the eye away from the subject.Most important, says Nosbisch, "Concentrate on your subject.


Whether you have professional ...

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Whether you have professional photographs, a mix of professional and amateur shots, or are snapping photos yourself on the big day, Dick Nosbisch, Public Relations Director of The Art Institute of Colorado, and professional photographer, says there are a few easy steps to take to make sure your photographs look great.

"Watch what is in the foreground of the photograph, and avoid anything that is distracting such as glasses or plates on a table in front of the bride and groom," he says.In addition, Nosbisch recommends keeping the background simple because busy backgrounds take the eye away from the subject.Most important, says Nosbisch, "Concentrate on your subject.


Tips for Creating One-of-a-Kind Wedding Memories

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Whether you have professional photographs, a mix of professional and amateur shots, or are snapping photos yourself on the big day, Dick Nosbisch, Public Relations Director of The Art Institute of Colorado, and professional photographer, says there are a few easy steps to take to make sure your photographs look great.

"Watch what is in the foreground of the photograph, and avoid anything that is distracting such as glasses or plates on a table in front of the bride and groom," he says.In addition, Nosbisch recommends keeping the background simple because busy backgrounds take the eye away from the subject.Most important, says Nosbisch, "Concentrate on your subject.

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