Kingston Technology Company, Inc, the independent world leader in memory products, today announced that world class nature and wildlife photographer John Hyde will be the next participant to share how he uses Kingston Flash memory on the company’s Look Who’s Using Kingston microsite. Hyde discusses how he captures the majestic beauty of Alaska’s national parks and the wildlife, including native Alaskan wolves, birds and orcas. Hyde also offers insightful tips on how consumers can take their own beautiful photos during visits to national parks and other outdoor venues.
“I believe that by photographing wildlife and their surroundings, I’m helping to promote awareness of the environment to consumers through posters, fine-art prints, calendars and my Web site” said Hyde. “The environment I photograph takes me far from civilization, and using Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 4Gb memory cards gives me the confidence to know that I will return home with the photographs I created in the wild.”
For the past 25 years, Hyde has captured the beauty of Alaska with a primary focus on large predators, marine mammals, recreational sports, glacial formations, and forested and marine environments. His goal is to capture decisive moments combined with a sense of place, portraying the essence of his, and his subject’s, experiences.
“John’s images are simply stunning and give viewers a real sense of what life is like in remote parts of Alaska,” said Jaja Lin, Flash marketing manager, Kingston. “Whether they’re used by a professional photographer or someone taking family or vacation photos, Kingston products can be counted on to safely capture and preserve those special moments.”
The Look Who’s Using Kingston microsite shares unique and innovative ways people use Kingston Flash memory to capture images, manage important data or develop new methods to improve their digital workflow.