Two months ago, I got married and left for the Dominican Republic, and I didn’t bring my Nikon DSLR. Here’s why: My wife and I chose to… Read more “Why I Didn’t Bring My DSLR On My Honeymoon”
This year the 2017 Trade in & Trade up event is Friday and Saturday, October 13th and 14th. Representatives will be available from 10 am until… Read more “Trade In & Trade Up is October 14 & 15th”
Any time you are using your cell phone to take pictures outside, especially if you are going to publish or share online, there are a few things… Read more “Taking Better Outdoor Photos With Your Mobile Phone”
Recently, I had the opportunity to revisit Washington D.C. This time, I felt as though I was seeing the city through someone else’s eyes. I soon realized it was the lens of my Canon A1 that was forcing me to truly look and see the city around me.
What does summer mean to you? Using your instant camera, shoot one or a series of photos that tell your story of summer for the chance to win hundreds of dollars in prizes!
The cameras are disposable. The people are not.
Is it your first time shooting photos of fireworks? Whether you’re using a DSLR or a point-and-shoot, check out these tips for the best exposures!
Birthday parties, Prom nights, Weddings; we’re always looking to make memories at special times. What better way to memorialize the night than with a PhotoBooth at your event?
At $4,500, the Sony a9 is a beast of a camera, and a review from DXOmark states that it is “one of the best we’ve tested… with consistently good scores for dynamic range and color depth, and exceptional results for noise.”
Crowds of people, tall buildings, taxis, the rich and famous, the poor and helpless. What do these things have in common?