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(Photo by Victoria Martinez) Let’s admit it, we love watching things explode. Firework displays, like barbeques, hot dog eating contests and open air band concerts, are practically synonymous with our nation’s birthday celebration. And July’s question of the month is always, “How can I take really good pictures of fireworks?” Here are some helpful tips. The first one involves a shooting mode that’s built into most cameras…. 1. If you have it, use the "Fireworks Mode" that in your camera's scene menu. What does this mode do? On cameras that have this in their scene menu ,the fireworks mode will turn the...
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Ok, folks... We listened to your requests and we're happy to announce that we now sell two of the new & latest Lensbabies products: The Composer and The Scout! The award-winning Composer is among their most popular lenses. It ships with the Double Glass Optic which provides a tack-sharp Sweet Spot of focus surrounded by blur, with minimum diffusion at all aperture settings. It is compatible with all optics in the Lensbaby Optic Swap System. The Composer’s design is based on a ball and socket configuration that delivers smooth creative effects photography with ease. Simply tilt the lens to a desired angle then focus...
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This time of year throughout America, countless millions of dollars will be spent on candy, flowers, greeting cards & gifts for Valentine’s Day. And while the sentiment is certainly heartfelt, the effects can be fleeting or soon forgotten (especially when you don’t remember that your loved one LOVES milk chocolate but DETESTS dark chocolate…). Why not take a portrait of your loved one & present it as a special Valentine’s Day gift? Such a portrait shows you truly care and profoundly appreciate the person’s unique qualities. These portraits need not focus on traditional romance but on capturing the inner beauty...
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