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Jack Greene Photography Expands to All Pro Photo & Video



Jack Greene is proud to announce the expansion of Jack Greene Photography into even more advanced digital coverage of Tennessee Walking Horse shows. As of April 15, Greene will change the name of his company to encompass its broader focus as All Pro Photo & Video. The business will still be solely owned by Jack Greene, but the operations of the business have been expanded to include video coverage as well as the continued expert digital photographic coverage of horse shows.

Greene plans to approach video coverage from a whole new angle. “You will know if we are the official videographers if you see a person in the middle of the ring walking around with a video camera taking a judge’s eye view of the horses,” explains Greene. “We will offer both class videos and videos by appointment. We expect this small growth to be a big step in the Walking Horse world.”

Just like Greene’s digital photographs, the videos will be available to take with you at his sales area just minutes after the class.

Other advances at All Pro will be new large art format images. Greene purchased new Epson state of the art large format printers that will enable him to lower the price on print purchases. Greene will even reproduce your own photographs into the larger format sizes. For a more complete list of the new lower prices, visit www.jackgreene.com or email jackgreenephoto@att.net.

Greene is committed to serving the Tennessee Walking Horse industry and his customers. “As always, Paulette Ferguson and I are here to serve you with service unparalleled by any other photography company in our industry.”
 

 


 

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