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Action & Sports Class This Thursday 11/10

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Our next to last photo class of the year will be our popular "Sports & Action Photography" class that we offer quarterly to help the soccer moms, Pop Warner dads and anyone else who needs help getting great action shots. We'll meet at the back of the store & start at 7PM on Thursday (11/10) and you're invited! You're also invited to join us on 11/17 for our final class of the year which will cover "Newborn, Baby & Children's Photography" . We'll be taking the holiday season off then will start classes again in January. Many thanks to Steve...

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Are You PEN Ready? Olympus Demo Sales Days 11/4 and 11/5!

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Here's our ad for our next "Demo Sales Days" event with Olympus on Friday, November 4 and Saturday, November 5th. Come meet Steve Ball, our Olympus representative who will be happy to show you their latest cameras and accessories. We'll also have Steve Ackerman from Tamrac Bags/Vanguard Tripods  joining us with special savings for this weekend only! And folks, we have 3 basic photo classes left for 2011 and this is a perfect opportunity for any DSLR owner out there to get a 3 week basic DSLR course that covers the basics of handling your camera, shooting action/sports and children's photography...

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Action, Sports & Fireworks!

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Sounds like the plot line for Arnold's comeback film, but actually, it's what we'll be covering in our class this week (6/30 at 7PM, right here in the store!). It'll be the last class before some of you go away for the summer, so if you'd like some tips on how to get great photos of your kid's summertime activities or want to get 4th of July firework shots you'll brag about on July 5th, then join us for our "Action & Sports Photography Class with a Dash of Fireworks!" this Thursday evening! It'll be a great chance to pick...

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ISO? Isn't That for Film (What's That #2)

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Almost every week in our digital camera mini-classes,  I get to a part of the class where everyone universally has a quizzical look on their faces, as if to say, "why did they do that?" And that's when I get to the portion of the use of ISO speeds on digital cameras. The letters ISO (or ASA for old-timers) on your digital camera settings refer to the equivalent of film speed on a older film based camera. ISO settings  determines how sensitive the image sensor is to light, so the camera manufacturers have transferred the principle to digital cameras (At this point, our students take a collective sigh...

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