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Sue and her team are hoping that you enjoy the photos and informations to Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP) we explain below what ASSP stands for, get Sue know in reading her biography and ask your questions to our departments ASSP-Photo & ASSP-Arts & ASSP-Travels-and Recommendations
Link to Sue’s ARTIST BIOGRAPHY : https://assp.suesmithphotography.com.au/index.php/meet-sue-the-artist/
Sue is a multi international awarded South Australia photographer creating also brush-, fluid-, and digital artworks.
Link to Sue’s Biography as Photographer:
CONGRATULATIONS SUE !!
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Photography for Businesses –
What we do:
Structural, Industrial, Machinery, Equipment, Transport, Marketing, Heritage and much more
We also work for private clients:
Home and Garden, Family, Pets, Vehicles, Assets and more
except Weddings but we can supervise you what to look for in finding the right wedding-photographer for your big day,
What we also do:
Supervising for Art Galleries, Artists and Private
details and more see https://business.google.com/services/l/05544691653562916781
Finishing of our works printed from small to large and wide format
for Corporate and Private clients
ASSP-Photo is working with the best on the local market, this enables us to offer our clients a wide range of finishing in addition to common paper prints, matting and framing.
Having everything from a single-source saves our corporate clients time and money as they have not to invest their precious time in investing their own or their staffs time. Under our supervision we get your marketing material like banners, flags, wallpapers, product-show needs etc. ready-to-use to you.
We get often ask “What stands ASSP for?” so we want ‘solve the ‘secret’ even if we discussed to do this in giving the first 3 visitors with the correct answer the chance of a win. Why we decided against: if you are for the first time on this page your chance against our clients and former gallery visitors were very low.
Breaches or plagiarism of our works in full or partly will have legal consequences * Big Brother is watching you !
Photographs, video footage and content of our website pages are copyright protected in the name of Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP) in short ASSP-Photo / ASSP-Arts / ASSP-Travels or otherwise stated and may not be used or reproduced without our written consent, please note that we rarely refuse permission of use – so: ASK US !!
…..our international awarded works can also be found on https://www.youtube.com/user/LightSpaceTime
Adelaides Sue Smith Photography (ASSP)
PO Box 3270 Port Adelaide SA 5014
M: +61 412 924 696 from 11am – 9pm AEST
Facebook Messenger: m.me/102600171140637
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LinkedIn and more
Art Sale / Art Hire:
Aboriginal Art | Abstract Art | Contemporary Art | KidsRoom Art | Modern Art | Photography | Originals | and more
contact Sue via thre Social Media links above or
via Facebook Messenger m.me/102600171140637
Mostly black-white photographs of South Australian important events back to 1948 – Direct your catalogue request to email@example.com or Facebook Messenger Facebook Messenger m.me/102600171140637
To Adelaide Artists:
don’t waste your money in frames – hire our ready-to-hang handcrafted barn-frames for your next Exhibition or Art Show. For public response and details contact Sue via Facebook Messenger m.me/102600171140637
September & October 2020
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SEE ALSO #GoogleMaps : https://www.google.com/maps/contrib/105013752812853807797/place/ChIJlRq8E9DGsGoRUw-xONrQhoE/@-34.8420906,138.4856746,16z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m6!1m5!8m4!1e2!2s105013752812853807797!3m1!1e1?authuser=0
Merchant Navy Day Memorial Service Port Adelaide South Australia 2020
Voluntarily photographed by ASSP-Photo
About the event: Merchant Navy Day is commemorated each year on September 3. This is the anniversary of the first Allied merchant ship being sunk during World War 2.By the end of the war 33,730 Commonwealth merchant seafarers had lost their lives.
ASSP acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of this country, and their connection to land, water and community. We pay our respect to them, their cultures and customs, and to Elders past, present, and emerging. Sue’s personal thank you is addressed to the Aboriginal communities throughout the country for their welcome, guidance, education, assistance and friendship during her travels which made many of Sue’s photographs possible. Sue thanks also her former Aboriginal Artists for their loyalty and friendship.