Photographers and their portfolio – who use Elinchrom
Legendary photographer, Joe McNally, has shot cover stories for TIME, Fortune, New York, Men’s Journal. Numerous cover stories for National Geographic. Described by American Photo as “perhaps the most versatile photo journalist working today”. His work finds place in Photo Gallery of US and Archives of Library of Congress. His advertising and commercial clients include FedEx, Sony, GE, Adidas, MetLife besides others.
Relish the pics at http://portfolio.joemcnally.com
Andy Rouse is King of Kings in domain of wildlife photography.
Feast your eyes on http://www.andyrouse.co.uk/
As per my reading, businesswise and as per feedback of Photographers, Elinchrom has been widening its moat against Profoto and Bowens, 42 and 87 year old companies respectively. Moat has further widened since 2009.
One of fellow investors, readers, MG, has rightly said that its a nice idea to add to positions when they are recognised. I recall having read in 1960s annual letters by Warren Buffett, where he said, “Its possible that for the next 2-3 years we will do nothing other than only adding to existing positions in two companies that we have identified”. Thats investing. In a brilliant essay by Andy Kessler, Signposts in the Fog, http://www.andykessler.com, he regards investing as not 20%, 30% or 50% gains but 2 – 5 – 10 times gain.
25% compounded several times also becomes multibagger but somehow one person cannot focus on all things at the same time. Varied and multifarious are the strategies and processess for success, as long as they are enjoyable and suitable for one’s temperament. Personally, once vetted, I feel no risk when I invest in a 4 crore market cap company, I consider investing in ONGC, Infosys far riskier.
To end with a quote from a great photographer, Ansel Adams 1902-1984 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ansel_Adams, When words become unclear I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate I shall be content with silence.