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10: Expert Tips Even An Amateur Can Follow For Photography | David Hungate | Dominion Images

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One of David’s favorite quotes is  “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough.” by Robert Capa, and his photos definitely exemplify just that.

David had a glamorous start in broadcasting.  He ran the teleprompter and vacuumed the set for his local television station as a teenager.  His current business, Dominion Images, is a far cry from that original start.  Nowadays, he loves shooting dynamic, still images for his clients that tell a real story.  David says, he “is excited about every tomorrow.  I have no idea what I will be shooting next and that is the exciting part of my job.” He shoots dynamic images for his clients that tell a real story with every shot.

Many years before he began Dominion Images, here in Roanoke, David worked for Potomac Television which exposed him to big-time news gathering and broadcasters from around the world. The BBC, France 5 (Le Cinq), TV Tokyo and many stations across the US. And from there to NBC News.

He has been assigned to The Capitol covering both The House and Senate. The Supreme Court. Federal Court in DC. And The White House. Along the way, he garnered a nomination for an Emmy as well as several other awards.

On top of that, he has worked for Fortune 500 companies (Merrill Lynch, Kroger, UPS, Hilton, Chick-fil-a and others) as well as hundreds of local and regional firms. His work has been published in various newspapers and national and international magazines.

All of these opportunities helped David to realize his true passion is still photography.  That realization led him to establish Dominion Images where he can really utilize his skills and talents to capture the best photos for his clients.  There is so much more to taking a photo than just click and shoot.  Photography is an art form best achieved when you hire a trained professional.  David is the man for that!

[(written by Hal Cone (credits to DominionImages.com)]

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