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I started a blog to help the folks of the inter webs on how to use a camera. We own a photography studio and teach classes in real life. We figured why not make an online contributition.
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1. Esuranceguru

The Esurance knows all and sees all, including how to get your insurance premiums down. The guru works in mysterious ways to make sure you are happy with the proper protection, otherwise he can't sleep well at night!

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2. learntouseacamera

Everything about cameras and how to use them.

Tags: howto, photography, dslr, portfolio, blog

3. primeprovisionstudio

At primeprovision you can find some of the most touching wedding videos in South West Florida. We care deeply about the love story between two people uniting, weddings carry a soft spot in your hearts here at primeprovision.

Tags: Wedding, Video, Film, Wedding Coordinator, Cinematography

Latest Blog Posts

  • CMOS Censors
    on Feb 9, 2014 in Cropped Sensor DSLR
    CMOS stands for(complementary metal-oxide semiconductor […]...
  • What is White Balance?White Balance put simply is the meter in your camera th […]...
  • What is Magic Lantern?
    on Oct 17, 2013 in Canon DSLR dng hack magic lantern raw
    This software is specifically designed for canon camera […]...
  • What is Image Stabilization
    on Oct 7, 2013 in DSLR Lenses blur Canon IS Nikon tripod VR
    Image Stabilization on a lens help prevent the shakes c […]...
  • 50mm or 35mm lens?
    on Oct 3, 2013 in Lenses
    Depending on what kind of shot you are looking for the 50mm lens will give you more of a closer, tighter feel to your shot. Whereas a 35mm lens is just the right length to be in tight quarters yet you can move close up while keep the subject well fra...
  • What is a DSLR?
    on Sep 30, 2013 in Uncategorized
    DSLR stands for Digital Single Lens Reflex They have interchangeable lenses, use a CMOS sensor which has richer colors and processes light much better than average sensors within point and shoot cameras or mobile phones. DSLR cameras allow you to man...
  • How to get camera inspiration?
    on Sep 29, 2013 in DSLR Phoneography Point and Shoot Style
    Most of us cameramen/women tend to go on a long run of producing amazing work that’s fulfilling. After a while though, the creative film runs out… The easiest way to get inspired is to just google some images     Another great o...
  • Why go Fish Eye?
    on Sep 25, 2013 in Uncategorized
    The term fisheye was coined in 1906 by American physicist and inventor Robert W. Wood based on how a fish would see an ultra-wide plane from beneath the water. Most common uses are for panorama photography and various styles of video. Many younger...
  • What is De-clicked Aperture
    on Sep 20, 2013 in Uncategorized
    With a lens that has been de-clicked aperture you can seemlessly change your aperture without f stopping. On a normal lenses you change the aperture through the camera but on when declicked lenses are adjusted manually with no stops.   The main...
  • When Should I Use a Tripod?
    on Sep 17, 2013 in Equipment blur steady steady cam tripod
    Some of the best times to use a tripod is when you need a steady shot, or want to have an easy panning movement for video. In certain conditions in order to get a proper exposure you need to lower your shutter speed to compensate, if it goes below 1/...
  • Difference Between Brands of CamerasSome of the most popular brands right now are Canon, Nikon, Sony, and Samsung. Here are some of the reason to purchase into them:   Canon is notorious for being user friendly and having some of the best options for video for the price of the ca...
  • Manual vs Auto Modes
    on Aug 28, 2013 in Posts
    There are many reasons to go manual when you are looking for a particular look to your photos.                   There is nothing wrong with staying in auto when first picking up a camera, and it gets you...
  • Lens Filters
    on Aug 27, 2013 in Filters Lenses Canon Nikon Thread Size
    Lens Filters are some of the most nifty accessories for photographers. They provide a bundle of benefits that shield your lens and enhance your photos. Although they are highly over priced, and cost about 10 cents to make, they are still worth it; if...
  • Starting Up a Photo Blog
    on Aug 25, 2013 in Posts
    This is the easiest way to get your blog started, by following these instructions on this blog tutorial.     Although we recommend going through your host provider, they usually have a streamlined way of getting started. We use Ipage, they...
  • Why to Have a Zoom and Prime Lens
    on Aug 24, 2013 in Uncategorized
    A good selection of lenses to have in your arsenal are zoom lenses such as the Nikon 18-135mm. Another great lens is the prime Canon 50mm 1.4. Keeping these type of lenses in your inventory provides a wide range of photo styles. A zoom lens will give...
  • Rule of Thirds
    on Aug 24, 2013 in Posts Style
    Although most photographers believe that every photo is open to interpretation, there are certain rules or guidelines you can follow that will spice up a particular subject. Using the Rule of Thirds will add new dimensions and style to pictures. Hum...
  • Bokeh
    on Aug 23, 2013 in Aperture Bokeh Effect Blur Lens
    Bokeh is the aesthetic quality of blur  of the outer focus portions of a picture. It is achieved through the aperture function on a camera. The quality of bokeh becomes more soft and refined with higher quality lenses. Most noticeable bokeh effects...
  • SD Cards… Which One?Right off the bat we are going to point towards Sandisk SDHC Memory Cards. These are the best selling cards currently and, used by most digital cameras despite which brand you choose. Sandisks are the most reliable and have great build to them. Memor...
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