Freezing The Action & A Great Shot At Fenway

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Some random thoughts on a nice Friday morning...

First, If you've been following us on Twitter and Facebook (and you haven't, you REALLY SHOULD!), we've been featuring a series of great web articles on shooting sports by photographer Beth Wendland and this week, she goes over what shutter speeds to use. This is the third installment but don't worry, you catch up by clicking here and here. This is the sort of info we go over in our "Action & Sports Photography" class we give quarterly (next time will be in February 2014), but in the meanwhile, these articles are helpful and of course, we'll be happy to to help you in the store as well.

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Speaking of sports, If you read this blog regularly, you know that it is written by an avid New York Yankee fan. Even so, yours truly has a heart as well & cannot help but be moved by the behind the scenes story of the cover photo on this week's Sport Illustrated, taken by Fairfield County's own Joe McNally. It features 3 Boston police officers previously featured on SI's cover when the magazine covered the Boston Marathon attack & a certain Red Sox who had what many called the best individual post-season performance ever (ARRGH!). Here's the scoop from Joe McNally himself.

Finally, we're gearing up for the holidays and coming up with some great camera deals for that special someone (or for yourself if you wish!). Keep an eye on this blog, as well as on Facebook and Twitter for some great deals, especially some for Thanksgiving week and Black Friday. One current deal is a great in-store price for Canon's new Rebel SL1...Click here for some info on the smallest & lightest DSLR available!

A reminder that we're open today (and every Friday during the rest of the fall & winter) from 10-4 and will reopen Sunday at 10 AM. Have a great weekend, everyone!

(Image By Joe McNally - Sports Illustrated/Time Life)


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