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Kingston Revamps Icons of Photography Website

Read about Kingston's renovated website that features 20 Questions with contemporary photographers.

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April 13, 2007 – Memory product manufacturer Kingston Technology Co. this week announced it has renovated its Icons of Photography website. The company has selected a group of renowned contemporary photographers to feature on the site. A 20-question Q&A with each 'icon' will be highlighted monthly. Readers can also pose questions and submit photos for critique to the photographers. Sports Illustrated’s Peter Read Miller is the first to be featured.

"Kingston wants visitors to its ‘Icons of Photography’ Web site to take an active role through new features including Ask the Icon, which gives photographer an opportunity to submit their own questions, and Critique My Image, which invites photographers to submit their favorite photo to be constructively critiqued by one of Kingston’s Icons," stated a company press release on Tuesday.

The Kingston Icons site originally began as educational forum but just this week added the 20 Questions section and new options for reader interaction.

Photojournalists Harry Benson, Colin Finlay, and National Geographic photographer Gerd Ludwig will be featured in coming months.

Click to visit the Icons of Photography site.

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