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Take Great Firework Shots! (Here's How...)

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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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Easy and Fun!(And Under $100!) - Our Holiday Gift Idea #6!

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Our sixth holiday gift idea is the answer to the oft-asked question "What is your best digital camera for $100?"  May we present you the Canon PowerShot A3100 IS! There's nothing more satisfying than taking great pictures! And with the Canon PowerShot A3100 IS, it's so effortless. The 12.1 Megapixel resolution and 4x Optical Zoom with Optical Image Stabilizer ensure radiant, detailed images. Plus, you've got an advanced DIGIC III Image Processor with evolved Face Detection Technology and the Face Detection Self-timer for extraordinary control and performance. New scene modes give your images a professional feel, while Smart AUTO lets...

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Have You Taken Your Holiday Photo Yet? Here’s Some Help! (Part 2)

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Ok, you're ready to take your family holiday photo. You've followed some of the tips in part 1 (just below), even the part that helps you look 10 pounds lighter! The better half, kids and dog are in place, and then it hits you: What do I do now? Here's a few tips on what to do camera-wise to get that important shot... 1. Especially if you need to be in the photo, say hello to our 3 legged friend the tripod! A PopPhoto Magazine survey says that 70% of DSLR owners also own a tripod, but everybody who owns any type of camera...

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And He Works For Peanuts! (#7)

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We love it when a photo related item makes the news, and this one brings a smile to your face & borrows a page from our point & shoot lesson book! Melissa Brandts and her husband set the timer on their camera for a romantic lakeside snap – only for a Columbian Ground Squirrel to pop-up last minute and steal the show. "It was a once in a lifetime moment - we were laughing about this little guy for days!" The picture was taken at the idyllic Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park, Canada. Mrs Brandts said: "We had our camera set...

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