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My Photos on FDNY 10-Mil Campaign
Old 02-10-2017   #1
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My Photos on FDNY 10-Mil Campaign

This past June, an ad agency I work with on a regular basis hired me to shoot for the FDNY at their Randalll's Island Training Academy. This week is the big roll-out for a 10-million-dollar recruitment campaign. My photos will be featured in train ads, billboards, as banners at all 217 FDNY firehouses, on the FDNY website, Twitter, Facebook, and more. The campaign has been mentioned on local television - 2, 4, 7, 12 and others, national television, newspapers, and other venues. I have links and photos on my WEBSITE, and TUMBLR blog.

(If any fellow RFFers see the train ads or billboards and can send me a few photos -- I'd be very grateful. They're spread all over NYC and there's no way I can see even a small fraction.)

Here are a few of the train ads:





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Congrats Dan!
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Thanks, John. I shot these with a D800, D4, 24-70, 70-200, 80-400. Wanted to shoot my Rollei, but no time.
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Here's a link showing one of the banners that will be hung outside all 217 NYC firehouses: http://www1.nyc.gov/site/fdny/news/a...ighter-open#/0
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I meant to comment on these earlier. These are VERY good Dan. Congrats.
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Very nice Dan!
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Great work Dan!
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Excellent! Nice to see this.
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