Eilat hosts unique underwater photography exhibit by Noam Kortler
We're always proud to report when a fellow underwater photographer does something unique, or otherwise creates more awareness for the ocean and for underwater imagery. Well, Noam Kortler, an award winning photographer and owner of Nemo Divers in Eilat, Israel, just became one of those guys.
Noam's unique underwater photography exhibition is titled “Treasures of the Sea”, will take place at Bar Beach, Eilat, October 4-6, 2007. He will be displaying 40 underwater photographs ...underwater. The images are printed on the new NUR Tempo™ Q on foam PVC boards.
On Thursday, October 4, at 20:00 the mayor of Eilat will officially open the under water exhibition. During the cocktail, the images will be taken out of the water and placed on display on the beach, where the audience can buy/order images. 10% of the sales of this evening will go to cancer research.
Noam has won or placed in many international underwater imagery competitions over the last several years, including all the Wetpixel & DivePhotoGuide competitions and the Red Sea Sandisk competition. I'm sure this isn't the last we'll see of this talented up and comer.
About Noam Kortler:
Mr. Noam Kortler is a professional underwater photographer for the last eight years and has won the following awards: 1st prize, Macro, Chicago “Our World Under the Water 2006”, 1st prize, Best 5 Images, “SanDisk Red Sea”, 1st prize, Macro, Chicago “Our World Under the Water 2007” and 1st prize “Man and the Sea”, California “Under the Blue." In addition Mr. Kortler runs a diving school called Nemo Divers in Eilat for the last 11 yrs and is a professional PADI teacher.
About the Tempo Q
The NUR Tempo Q is a new, higher resolution version of NUR’s popular flatbed UV-inkjet printer providing higher color density and improved print quality. This advanced printer prints on both rigid and roll-fed media and is designed to produce outstanding image quality up to 1,270 x 800 DPI to be used to print a wide range of applications. The NUR Tempo Q is based on the successful NUR Tempo platform, with over 200 installations worldwide, and 4 years of market experience.
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