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Equipment Recommendation: Batteries

Sanyo ENELOOP Battery Recommendation Equipment for your camera ranges from the actual camera, like the body and lenses to the accessories, like the camera bag, strap, filters and more. And while all of those are great equipment to build your photography range with, there is something so simple that without it, you could be left withoutLearn More
  • 30 Aug, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Tri-pod

We had our equipment recommendation for a travel tri-pod, which we suggested the Benro Travel Angel Tri-pod. This tri-pod is amazing for hiking, traveling, and using your tri-pod “in the wild”. But, now we are turning the corner to the tri-pod of all tri-pods, the Slik AMT Pro 700DX! Sounds like a super robot in itsLearn More
  • 23 Aug, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Camera Bag

We have recently been very motivated to give out equipment recommendations that are geared to protecting your investment. Last week, we did a rain cover to protect your camera from hard rain and dusty winds and today we are recommending a quality bag to store your camera, lenses, flashes, tri-pod, and more. You name it,Learn More
  • 16 Aug, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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Equipment Recommendation: Rain Cover

When looking through which camera’s and lenses you want to invest in, one of the features they love to throw out there is that the camera is water resistant. But, the truth of the matter is that the camera body and lenses, while SLIGHTLY water resistant are not waterproof. In San Diego, we do notLearn More
  • 9 Aug, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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New Photography Classes of 2012!

There is always difficulty becoming completely pro at the countless list of different aspect of photography. If we could, we would devote 3 hours to every aspect on that list, but for now we have added two more to the list of outdoors, headshots, portraits, studio lighting, low lights, etc. Due to suggestions and requests,Learn More
  • 2 Aug, 2011
  • Jason Kirby
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